Bears' Men's Basketball Recap at Glendale 2-22-17

Bears stay ahead in race for ACCAC Regular Season crown
Bears stay ahead in race for ACCAC Regular Season crown


(at Glendale, AZ)

                                                                  1         2      Final

(10) Phoenix                                               45       40       85

Glendale                                                    34       42       76

High Scorers:

PHX:               Johnathan Matthews 20, Lavette Parker 15, Quinton Johnson 11

GLEN:           Darnell Cowart 22, Dominique Bradley 17, Jordan McCants 10


PHX:               23-5 Overall, 16-4 ACCAC

GLEN:           16-12 Overall, 11-9 ACCAC

Coach’s Quote:

Matt Gordon:  “It was a tough road win, but we made plays when we had to down the stretch.”

PHX’s Next Game: 

Men:                    at South Mountain Saturday 4PM (SMCC Campus-Phoenix) (regular season road finale)

Women:             at South Mountain Saturday 2PM (SMCC Campus-Phoenix) (regular season road finale)

Game Notes:

-4 Bears in double figures (Kaveon Moore 10)

-GLEN’s only lead of game was 3-0; PHX went on 13-3 run to take lead for good

-PHX opened 2nd half on 7-2 run; GLEN never closer than 7 pts rest of game

-PHX’s largest lead was 16 points (52-36)

-Rebounds:  PHX 32 (Reilly Goulet 10), GLEN 46 (Bradley 13, Cowart 10)

-Assists:  PHX 19 (Matthews/Avonte Nelms 6), GLEN 18 (Bradley 5)

-3-ptrs:  PHX 8-for-22 (Parker 3), GLEN 4-for-15 (4 players with 1)

-FG Shooting:  PHX 45% (32-for-71), GLEN 43% (29-for-68)

-FT Shooting:  PHX 13-for-14 (Matthews 6-for-6), GLEN 14-for-24 (Cowart/McCants (each) 4-for-6)

-Bears remain in sole possession of 1st place in ACCAC by 1 game over AZ Western & Cochise

About Phoenix College

Phoenix College is one of the 10 colleges in the Maricopa County Community College District, one of the largest community college districts in the nation. Phoenix College offers academic courses leading to associate degrees, university transfer, certificates and short-term job training to more than 11,000 students annually.