The Hoops Scoop - November 19, 2011
The Hoops Scoop is a compilation of the day’s top local basketball news
- CU men fell to the University of Maryland at the Puerto Rico Tip-Off. Andre Roberson led the Buffaloes with 21 points and 13 rebounds in the losing effort. CU will try to pick up the first win of the tournament when they take on Western Michigan on Sunday morning. That game can be found on ESPN3.com
- Metro State was led by Jonathan Morse as they cruised to a 56-45 victory over South Dakota Mines in Denver. Morse had 16 points and 11 rebounds for the victorious Roadrunners. Metro State improved to 3-0 on the season.
- Adams State women fell to Dixie State College at the Grand Canyon Tournament. The Grizzlies will get a chance to get back in the win column when they take on the host Grand Canyon 'Lopes on Saturday.
- The UCCS men notched their first win of the season on Friday night when they knocked off the Oklahoma Panhandle Stae Aggies. May Heydman led the Mountain Lions with 25 points.
- Tim Miles and the Colorado State men look to erase the bad memories of their loss to Stanford when they take on Southern Mississippi tonight at Moby Arena. The Rams will need to step up with Pierce Hornung (concussion) and Dwight Smith (muscle spasms) likely missing the game.
- The Colorado Mesa women's team lost a heartbreaker in their season opener on Friday night. Cal-State Chico scored the final five points of the game and earned a 62-59 victory in front of their home fans.
- Air Force knocked off Western State 65-37 at the Academy on Friday night. The Falcons hit 10 3-pointers to lead the rout of the Mountaineers.
- CSU-Pueblo put a hurting on the Colorado College men in a 71-51 victory for the Thunderwolves. Pueblo was led by their work on the glass, outrebounding CC 51-27.
- CSU women announced the addition of Hali Ford for the 2012-2013 season. Head Coach Kristen Holt says Ford "is a tremendous athlete with a lot of upside"
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