Evergreen Gets Blown Out by Lewis&Clark 100-66
December 10, 2002
by Devin Jones
PORTLAND, OR -- After defeating Lewis-Clark State College (Idaho) on Saturday, Evergreen (3-7) suffered a blow out in Oregon against Lewis & Clark College (3-2) on Tuesday evening, 100-66.
Evergreen struggled with their shooting and never found their touch throughout the game, shooting a disappointing 33% (24-71) for the game, including a terrible 16% (5-30) from the three-point line.
On the other hand, Lewis & Clark College never seemed to miss. The Pioneers shot an outstanding 54% (36-66) from the field including 42% (14-33) from the three-point line.
The Pioneers were led by the hot shooting of Danny Winchester who knocked down six of his ten three pointers on his way to a game high 28 points. Overall Winchester was 11-16 from the field.
Kristofer Speier also had the shooting touch for Lewis & Clark, converting on 10 of his 13 attempts and finishing the game with 24 points. Speier also had a game high 13 rebounds. Ryan Wells chipped in 12 points (4-6) off the bench for the Pioneers. The Geoducks were led by Adam Laneer (Tumwater, Wash. / Tumwater HS) and Mike Parker (Washington DC / Clover Park HS) who each had 16 points for the game. Parker went 7-15 from the field and had four rebounds, while Laneer went 5-13 for the game, including 6-8 from the free throw line.
Chris Ferguson (Los Angeles, Cal. / University HS) scored a season high 10 points on 4-8 shooting for the Geoducks in just seven minutes of play.
"We didn't come prepared to play tonight," said Evergreen Head Coach John Barbee, "we started off slow and just didn't bring the same intensity that we had played with for the past few games."
The Geoducks will have plenty of time to prepare for their next opponent and will face Seattle University on Friday evening at the Geoducks College Recreation Center; tip-off will be at 7:30 p.m.