ASA College Guard Davon Taylor finished with a game high 21 points off the bench
By Cardell Dudley
As much strategy, practice time and x's and o's that goes into a basketball game, sometimes the outcome can be determined by a rather simple thing. In the game between ASA College (7-1) and PGCC (2-6), the single reason why ASA walked out of PGCC with a 95-76 victory, was due to their outstanding shooting. ASA was relentless, shooting 55% from the field and 43% from 3-pt range for the game. PGCC had their runs, however they couldn't match the hot shooting from ASA College, shooting 41% from the field and 15% from three for the game. Second chance points (19) and points off turnovers (18) is what helped PGCC make it a game. "Our conditioning was a major factor in the game," said ASA College assistant coach Chris Flegler following the game. "We got stronger as the game went on. Our defense and rebounding were much better in the second half. There were a lot of areas where we could've performed better but it was a good road win. A lot of respect for PGCC, those guys fought us to the very end." ASA guard Davon Taylor came off the bench to score a game high 21 points while his backcourt mate Gjaimier Stanford added 18. Donell Diggs paced PGCC with 17 points and 5 assist. ASA College will take on CCBC-Dundalk Dec 5th at 5pm while PGCC will hit the road to take on Northern Virginia Community College Dec 6th at 4:30pm.
ASA College Point Guard Gjaimier Stanford added 18 points, 5 rebounds and 4 assist