|Dickinson State (N.D.)||26||38||64|
|Feb. 17, 2017|
|Jamestown (N.D.)||Indv. Leaders||Dickinson State (N.D.)|
|#5 Logan Brown - 14||Points||#23 Marcus White - 17|
|#31 Riley Henderson - 8||Rebounds||#23 Marcus White - 13|
|#13 Jake Hagler - 3||Assists||#5 Jake Buck - 2|
|Jamestown (N.D.)||Team Statistics||Dickinson State (N.D.)|
|48.4% (30 - 62)||Field Goals %||35.5% (22 - 62)|
|56.5% (13 - 23)||3 Point Field Goals %||10.5% (2 - 19)|
|61.1% (11 - 18)||Free Throws||69.2% (18 - 26)|
|4||2nd Chance Pts||6|
DICKINSON, N.D.-- All five Jimmie starters hit for double figures as Jamestown handed Dickinson State its first home conference loss of the season with an 84-64 win Friday night.
Logan Brown (SR/Roseville, Minn.) led Jamestown (16-13, 10-5 NSAA) with 14 points, including four three-pointers. Jake Hagler (SR/Cando, N.D.) had 13 points and three assists while Riley Henderson (SO/Bismarck, N.D.) chipped in with 12 points and eight rebounds. Jon Purintun (SO/Linton, N.D.) finished with 11 and Jacob Havron (SR/Pukalani, Hawaii) 10. Christian Kvilvang (SO/Cando, N.D.) came off the bench to score 10 points and added four rebounds and two steals.
Marcus White topped all scorers with 17 points for the Blue Hawks (19-10, 10-5 NSAA). He also pulled down 13 rebounds to finish with a double-double. Reggie Fields Jr. added 15 and Gilberto Shojgreen Jr. was also in double figures with 13.
The Jimmies opened up a 20-point halftime lead, due in large part to shooting 57 percent from the field, including 67 percent from three. UJ held Dickinson State to 10-of-33 shooting overall and just 1-of-10 from beyond the arc.
UJ cooled off somewhat in the second half, shooting 39 percent overall, but 45 percent from three. The Blue Hawks' three-point struggles continued in the final 20 minutes as they made just 1 of 9 attempts.
Jamestown outrebounded Dickinson State 23-20 in the second half and held a 9-5 advantage in offensive rebounds. Both teams finished with 41 rebounds.
Friday's win guarantees at least one home game for the Jimmies in the NSAA postseason tournament, as they will be either the second or the third seed. UJ will finish the regular season Saturday at Valley City State.