Eagles Express – 25th November
Lots of good action this weekend with plenty of Eagles alumni playing back to back games. Check out the updates and links below to follow the action.
Check back Monday for a recap and also look out for an article from several Eagles alumni coming up!
Sam Timmins – University of Washington
After a week of the huskies are back at home for a game against rival Seattle University
Saturday NZT 9am – V Seattle
Preview – Huskies Preview
Sam Lees – Whitworth University
After a great 3-0 start Whitworth travel to play in the Hawaii Thanksgiving Classic in Honolulu. On Saturday New Zealand time they take on North Central College before taking on Arcadia University on Sunday NZT. Check out the links below to follow Sam and the Whitworth team’s games this weekend.
Saturday 230pm NZT – V North Central College
Sunday 445pm NZT – Arcadia University
Livestream (Available closer to game time) – https://portal.stretchinternet.com/hpusharks/
Live stats (Available closer to game time) – http://www.sidearmstats.com/hpu/mbball/
Jackson Stent – Casper College
Casper College had a 80-67 win over Colorado Northwestern Community College yesterday to move to 6-3 on the season. Tomorrow at 1pm NZT they play Lamar Community College.
Saturday 1pm NZT – V Lamar Community College
Livestream (will be at this link closer to the game) – https://livestream.com/accounts/6859073
Zoe Richards – Eckerd College
After a week of Eckerd College play 2 games this weekend playing Johnson C. Smith University on Saturday NZT and then Sunday NZT the team play the University of Mount Olive.
Saturday 9am NZT V Johnson C. Smith University
Sunday 9am NZT V University of Mount Olive
Livestream – https://portal.stretchinternet.com/eckerd/
Live stats – http://www.sidearmstats.com/eckerd/wbball/
Harrison Meads – Pepperdine University
A mixed week UC Santa BArbara loss 84-92. HArrison had 8 points 5 rebounds in 13 minutes. Then the team had a 80-76 win over Oral Roberts. They now play the number 16 rank team in Division 1 Texas A & M.
Saturday 3pm NZT V Texas A & M
Hayden Collier Laramine County
Hayden had 2 points, 2 assists and 5 rebounds in a 84-77 in a win over Northwest College. The team now has 10 days of before 4 games in 7 days.
Mary Goulding – Fordham University
Fordham University play Northern Colorado at 1pm NZT in New York. This will be Mary’s second game back from injury.
Saturday 1pm NZT – V Northern Colorado
Video (Available closer to game time) – Video link
Live stats (Available closer to game time) – http://www.sidearmstats.com/fordham/wbball/
Sam Smith – Texas Wesleyan University
Texas Wesleyan dropped their second game to LSU-Shreveport this season 75-85. Sam had 8 points 6 rebounds 3 assist in 31 minutes. The team now play in Fort Worth Sunday NZT V Jarvis Christian College.
Sunday 8am NZT V Jarvis Christian College
Live Stats and live stream link (Available closer to game time) – https://portal.stretchinternet.com/ramsports/
Shou Nisbet- Southeast community college
Southeast Community College had another tough Overtime loss this time against Northeast Community College. Shou had 4 points, 5 rebounds and 2 assists in 22 minutes. The team now play Sunday 9am NZT against Hesston College who they lost to on a buzzer beater a few weeks ago. They will look to flip that this time.
Sunday 9am NZT – V Hesston College
Tessa Boagni– Cal State Northridge
Cal State Northridge play in the Warner Center Marriott Thanksgiving Classic this weekend. First up the team play Idaho and then will either play Arizona or TCU depending on results.. Check out the live stats and live stream links below.
Saturday NZT 130pm- V Idaho
Sunday NZT – TBC (1130am or 130pm) V Either Arizona or TCU
Livestats (Available closer to game time) – http://www.sidearmstats.com/csun/wbball/
Live Video (Available closer to game time) – http://bigwest.sidearmstreaming.com/watch/?Live=1
Good luck to all the Eagles Alumni!
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