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The Alice Lloyd College Eagles opened the 2012-13 season on the road as they traveled to Pikeville to participate in the University of Pikeville Classic over the weekend. Below are recaps of each game.

November 3, 2012

ALC 106
University of Cincinnati Clermont 90

Blaine Green

Junior forward Blaine Green led five players in double figures as the Eagles opened the season with a big win.

The first half saw Clermont look to press and play an up-tempo style of ball. ALC was able to match their tempo however, and rode the shooting of guards Isaac Wilson and Stuart Stamper to vault to a 49-31 halftime lead.

In the second half, forwards Corey Hunter and Cody Stumbo chipped in with some nice buckets as the Eagles maintained their cushion and coasted to the double digit victory.

For ALC (1-0), Green led the way with a career high 21 points. Wilson and Stamper added 19 and 18 points apiece, while Hunter and Stumbo chipped in with 16 and 15. Wilson also added a game high 10 assists.

In addition, center Terry Muse added a game high 16 rebounds and 8 points and 4 blocks to the effort.

On the night, ALC connected on a solid 53.5% from the field.


November 4, 2012

ALC 66
Ohio Midwestern College 88

Tyler Rogers

For the second consecutive night, Coach JR Hammonds squad faced a run and gun team, but on this night, the opponent proved up to the challenge as ALC suffered its first loss of the season.

OMC came out of the gates well. They rode their long range shooting to leap ahead 46-25 by intermission.
In the second half, the Eagles tried to make a comeback, but were undone by their shooting.

For ALC (1-1), Tyler Rogers led the way with 17 points. He also added 7 rebounds and 3 blocks.

Terry Muse put up huge numbers in defeat as he added 15 points and ripped down 18 rebounds.
Stuart Stamper and Blaine Green chipped in with 11 and 10 points apiece, while Isaac Wilson had 6 assists.

On the night, ALC only connected on just 38% from the floor and a frigid 50% (7-14) from the foul line.