Thursday, January 19, 2006

Odds and Ends

From CBS
1. Wildcats report: Notes, quotes
2. Wildcats report: Getting inside
3. Wildcats report: Strategy and personnel

College Mid-Major Top 25 Poll
Davidson at 34th in the voting. Hopefully moving up soon. I believe that DC started out the year at about 9th or so.

From SoCon official website:
Southern Conference Men's Basketball weekly release

"One Streak Remains: Even though Davidson’s consecutive league wins stopped at 27 last weekend, the Wildcats still have one win streak intact. Davidson has won 16 straight games at Belk Arena, the longest active home winning streak in the conference. The Wildcats host Georgia Southern on Saturday in a contest of two of the top three teams currently in the South Division."

"McKillop Three Treys Shy of 200: Davidson’s Matt McKillop enters Saturday’s game with Georgia Southern three 3-pointers shy of becoming the third active SoCon player to record 200 treys for his career. McKillop would become only the second Wildcat to reach 200 career 3-pointers, joining teammate Brendan Winters who has 240."

"Winters Nears Top Five at Davidson: Brendan Winters is presently sixth at Davidson with 1,652 career points. He needs 10 points to move into fifth place in school history and 42 away from fourth. Winters is also 48 points shy of becoming only the fourth player in school annals to score 1,700 points in a career."

"SoCon Television Schedule: The SoCon’s eight-game television package on FSN South continues Saturday with Davidson hosting Georgia Southern at 2 p.m. Also this Saturday is a CSS broadcast between Wofford and College of Charleston. The next scheduled game on FSN South is Saturday, January 28 as College of Charleston hosts Chattanooga, while the next CSS telecast is Monday, January 23 as Western Carolina entertains College of Charleston."

Here's a link to the entire article. It has a good bit of info on other teams in the league. I just cherry-picked the Davidson bits.

Non-Davidson post:
Put this in the holy cow category....Division III Carnegie Mellon Tartans defeat Princton Tigers, 51-46 (at Princeton)

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