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SAGU Defense Too Much for MBB
2/9/2013
Bryan KaaseThe University of St. Thomas men’s basketball team dropped its second home game of the year on Feb. 9 at the Jerabeck Activity and Athletic Center. Red River Athletic Conference leader Southwestern Assemblies of God University beat St. Thomas 53-48.
 
The game was a defensive battle from the tipoff. No team led by more than 4 points in the first half, and the game was tied up at 23 going into halftime. The Celts could not contain the Lions, and their five-game win streak came to an end.
 
The Lions of SAGU have won 14 straight contests, are 13-0 on the road this season and are currently ranked 13th in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics.
 
Senior Travis Lampley led the Celts with 14 points and nine assists. Bryan Kaase and Caleb Williams both finished with 12 points and 10 rebounds. SAGU won the rebounding battle 47-42 and had 16 offensive rebounds.
 
St. Thomas is 18-6 on the season and 13-5 in the Red River. Next home game for the Celts is on Feb. 23 versus Louisiana State University-Shreveport. LSU-Shreveport is currently ranked second in the NAIA above UST.
 
Before coming home, the Celts will hit the road for four road games. The team will play Northwood University at 7 p.m. on Feb. 11 in Cedar Hill, Texas.

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Pictured: Bryan Kaase
 
 

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