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Fighting Falcons Lose to Westminster


Fighting Falcons Lose to Westminster

Montebello, California- November 15, 2016– The California Miramar University Fighting Falcons lost to the Westminster Griffins 61-102. The Falcons are now 0-4 for the season.

The Falcons got off to a slow start with the score being 2-14 in the first 4 minutes and they struggled going into half time with the score being 27-57. In the second half the Falcons came alive, scoring 34 points and holding Westminster to 45 points.

The Falcons never lead and was bested by Westminster in all stats. This was not a surprise to Coach Chris Shade who knew they would be a formidable opponent. “I made a lot of changes in practice this week,” says Shade. “We went with bigger players and worked on our zone defense because Westminster is an aggressive team with some accurate 3 point shooters and they are not afraid to drive the ball inside and make big plays. Our plan was to contain them and use the clock.”

The Falcons had three players in double digits. Sondale Conner 14pts, Devin McDonough 11pts and Tory Stamps with 10pts. Christian Mora was the play maker of the night with 4 assist.

The game was part a three day tournament hosted by the Westminster. The Falcons will see action again tomorrow against Bristol at 5pm and Saturday against East Oregon at 4pm.

You can live stream the games at www.rmacsports.org

The Fighting Falcons are currently in their inaugural season with hopes of building a gold standard program with local and international talent once their NAIA membership is implemented.

California Miramar University’s mission is to provide students from around the world, including United States Military personnel and veterans, with programs that enable them to acquire skills, competencies, and academic excellence that will enhance their careers and professions, enrich their personal lives, and enable them to make significant contributions to the global community. The University is committed to providing quality educational programs that enable our students to acquire expertise in a wide variety of fields including the arts, the sciences, business, management, technology, strategic leadership, sports and non-degree certifications.

For more information about Cal Miramar visit www.calmu.edu.


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