BULLDOGS MEN TIED FOR THIRD
The Bellevue College men's basketball team hosted the North Seattle Storm on Wednesday, Jan. 19, and behind a strong defensive effort, the Bulldogs were able to hold off the Storm for an 83-56 win. Bellevue held Seattle to 38% shooting from the field including just one for 18 from the three-point range. Once again, 6-03 sophomore Cedric Clarington led Bellevue's scoring with 16 points. Freshmen Rex Nelson and Kellen Landry were the other Bulldogs in double figures with 14 and 10, respectively.
On Saturday, Jan. 22, the Bulldogs traveled to Bellingham to face the Whatcom Community College Orcas. Whatcom was able to turn a three point halftime lead into a nine point victory as Bellevue was unable to consistently defend or rebound. The Orcas recorded 17 offensive rebounds and out rebounded the Bulldogs 37-32 for the game. Antonio Gonzalez filled the stat sheet with six points, seven rebounds, and five assists. Malcholm Love had one of his best games of the year scoring 12 points on just six shots. The loss to Whatcom drops the Bulldogs (4-2, 9-6) into a tie for third place in the North Division.
Bellevue finishes the first round of league play this week when the Bulldogs play at Everett CC (2-4, 2-11) on Wednesday, Jan. 26, with tip-off at 7 p.m. Then, Edmonds (1-5, 3-11) visits Bellevue for a Saturday evening game, January 29, at 6 p.m. 6pm.
Both the Bellevue College women’s and men’s home basketball games Saturday, Jan. 29, will be broadcast live on Bellevue College cable channel 28.
Please visit the BC Athletics website http://bellevuecollege.edu/athletics/ for additional team information. For complete standings, coaches’ polls and up-to-the-minute results go to http://nwaacc.org
Admission to all Bellevue College men’s and women’s home games is FREE to students, staff and faculty. Please come and support our outstanding student-athletes.
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