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slides: 5 Takeaways From Holy Cross’ 73-69 Loss to New Hampshire

Friday, November 20, 2015

 

The Holy Cross Crusaders men's basketball team (1-2) fell 73-69 to (2-1) New Hampshire on Thursday night at the Hart Center. The Crusaders have now dropped two straight games.

See the Five Takeaways Slideshow Below

Holy Cross trailed by one point, 40-39, early in the second half before allowing New Hampshire to score the next 13 straight points to go up 53-39.

The Crusaders would battle back to get within two, 67-65, with 2:52 left to play after the Crusaders used a 12-2 run to get back into the game. Holy Cross was still down by two, 71-69, in the final minute, however, New Hampshire grabbed a key offensive rebound and knocked down their free throws to seal the game.

The Leaders

Robert Champion led Holy Cross with a career high 19 points off the bench for the Crusaders.

Next Up

Holy Cross returns to action on Sunday, November 22 when they visit Quinnipiac. Game time is set for 2 p.m.

 

Related Slideshow: 5 Takeaways From Holy Cross’ 73-69 Loss to New Hampshire

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Karl Charles

Freshman Karl Charles has started all three games so far for Holy Cross and has point totals of six, 13 and five in this game against New Hampshire.

So far in this young season, Charles is 7 of 16 from te field and averages 7.3 points per game.

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Robert Champion

Robert Champion led Holy Cross with 19 points off the bench on 7 of 13 shooting from the field, including 5-10 from three-point land.

Champion also dished out two assists and thad three rebounds in his 26 minutes of action.

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Free Throws

Holy Cross spent most of the game shooting three's and in doing so, failed to get to the free throw line.

The Crusaders got to the free throw line on seven times in the game, led by Anthony Thompson who got to the line five times.

The Crusaders shot 51 % from the free throw line.

By comparison, New Hampshire shot 13 free throws and made nine of them.

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2nd Chance Points

One of the big reasons Holy Cross lost this game was that they gave up 16 second chance points on nine offensive rebounds that New Hampshire grabbed.

The Crusaders grabbed five offensive rebounds, two by Matt Husek, but only managed three second chance points.

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Three-pointers

Holy Cross set new recorsds for three-pointers madeand three-pointers attempted. Holy Cross attempted 35 three-pointers andmade 15 of them to set a new record. The 15 made three's are both a school record and tied a Hart Center.

Robert Champion led Holy Cross with 10 attempted three-pointers,making five of them, while Anthony Thompsen attempted ten and made five of them.

Holy Cross shot 42% from three-point land overall.

 
 

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