By John Crumpacker - #WCChoops Columnist At 1-2, it’s fair to say Santa Clara basketball has not gotten off to the start it wanted after home losses to Nevada and Cal Poly, with a Thanksgiving week trip to the Great Alaska Shootout upcoming. Nevertheless, there is reason for hope on the Mission campus as coach Herb Sendek begins his second season in charge of the Broncos. Guard K.J. Feagin is healthy following offseason foot surgery and is averaging 18.3 points and 3.0 assists per game.
By John Crumpacker - #WCChoops Columnist There’s a whole lot of gone in WCC men’s basketball this season, one day away from the start of 2017-18. In fact, an entire all-star team could be assembled from accomplished players around the conference now plying their trades elsewhere or simply getting on with their post-hoops lives. Santa Clara’s Jared Brownridge, the WCC’s career scoring leader? Gone.
LAS VEGAS - Over the course of a few hours spent bopping between tables at the WCC Tip-Off event last week at the Orleans in Las Vegas, it was a toss-up as to what was the best item culled among the conference’s 10 women’s teams. It could be the fact that at Loyola Marymount, Cal transfer Gabby Green’s father, Will Green, is dating the mother of one of her current teammates, Bree Alford, and has been for some time. Sorry, nothing TMZ-salacious here.
Despite huge games from guard Colbey Ross (25 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists) and forward Kameron Edwards (27 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists), Pepperdine drops home game to UC Santa Barbara 92-84.#WCChoops
Led by 2 guys named Isaiah, San Diego defeats Arkansas-Little Rock 66-52 at the Slim Gym. Isaiah Pineiro has 20 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists while Isaiah Wright has 12 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists.#WCChoops
No. 21 Saint Mary's starts season 4-0 with 79-61 win at San Jose State. Five Gaels score in double figures, led by center Jock Landale with 22. Point guard Emmett Naar has 10 points, 12 assists.#WCChoops
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