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One might say just about everything went wrong in SDSU's first meeting the Carleton Ravens Men.  There's little question Carlton is a great basketball team.  The Jacks finished 2-2 in the trip to Canada.  Here are some of the stats from each of the four games.

GAME 1:  On 8/9/18, SDSU 76, McGill 69.  Skyler Flatten led the Jacks with 22 and Brandon Key had 20. Mike Daum had eight points. Jacks shot 40.9% from the field.

GAME 2:  8/10/18, Carleton University Ravens 113, SDSU 51.  The Jacks got stomped the whole way.  David Jenkins was the top scorer for SDSU with 15. The Jacks shot 38.2% for the game. Mike Daum had eight points. Carleton shot 59.5% including 15 three-pointers.  Carleton finished third in the Canadian National Tournament last season and the nucleus from that team returned this year. 

GAME 3:  8/11/18, SDSU 93, U of Ottawa 77.  SDSU shot 52.4% including a dozen three-pointers. Jacks led by David Jenkins jr. with 30 and Mike Daum had 22.

GAME 4:  8/12/18:  Jackrabbits returned to Carleton for a rematch.  Carleton 83, SDSU 64. Jacks shot 32.3% from the field but in this game Carleton's shooting cooled off compared to the first game.  In the first half, the Jacks led most of the way, holding Carleton to just 26.3% from the field which included making just 1 of 10 three point shot attempts.  Carleton got on track in the second half, finishing the game 44.3% from the field (compare to the first game: 59.5% with 15 three-pointers).   Several SDSU freshman played well.  Mike Daum led the Jacks in scoring with 18.  David Jenkins Jr and Skyler Flatten each had 17.  

Carleton is a legit basketball power. As noted by SiouxVolley in an earlier post:  Carleton beat Cincinnatti and Ole' Miss earlier in the week.  Those scores were:  Carleton 86, Cincinnati 67 (August 6) and Carleton 81, Ole' Miss 63 (August 8).  

 

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