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Eagles Sink Sul Ross State University

January 6, 2003
By cnp
Posted in Athletics

The Eagles were successful in their home game against American Southwest Conference opponent Sul Ross State on Monday night.

The Eagles (6-4) survived a late minute comeback by the Lobos to pick up their sixth victory of the year and fifth win over an ASC West opponent this season. With the Eagles holding onto a comfortable 82-71 lead with under one minute left in the game, the Lobos made things interesting as they connected on two three-pointers within a span of twenty seconds. Sul Ross had a chance to cut the lead to 82-81, but the Eagles forced a turnover with eleven seconds to play. The Eagles overcame a 31-29 deficit at halftime and used strong second half performances from guard Mandrell Howell and forward Michael Bollman to upend a determined Lobos team. Howell and Bollman were equally impressive in the second half, scoring 13 points each. Bollman’s dunk at the 9:56 mark, gave the Eagles a sizable 63-51 lead. Howell began the second half with a flourish, scoring five quick points to give the Eagles a 37-33 advantage and the lead for good. Ricky Johnson contributed 13 points. Bollman had a team best 16 rebounds and Howell snagged 10 rebounds. Ozarks begins their five-game road stretch in Texas when they play Schreiner University of January 9.

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