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Dordt College Men's Basketball vs. Jamestown

November 7, 2009

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(Jamestown, North Dakota) The Dordt College Defender men's basketball team won a 68-65 decision over the Jamestown Jimmies in Jamestown, North Dakota Saturday afternoon. The Defenders had to fight off repeated charges by the Jimmies including a three-pointer to tie it for their second win of the season.

Dordt led 40-31 at the half and were up by six late in the game before Jamestown whittled the lead down to one. Trevor Wolterstorff knocked down a pair of free throws in the final ten seconds and a three point shot by the Jimmies went off the rim and Dordt survived for the win.

Dordt made the most of their free throw attempts and made 26-34 attempts while knocking down 18-42 field goal attempts. Brandon Oldenkamp scored 17 including 4-6 on three-pointers. Trevor Wolterstorff had 17 points including 11-15 on free throws and Michael Eekhoff had 13 points and dished out five assists. Dordt was outrebounded 38-36 and was led in caroms by Oldenkamp's eight.

Jamestown was led in scoring by CJ Peeters with 15 points and Jacob Kelsey had 14.

Dordt is 2-0 while Jamestown falls to 3-1. The Defenders will host Grand View on Wednesday, November 11 starting at 7:30.

Dordt's Current Record: 2-0 (0-0)
Opponent's Current Record: 3-1 (0-0)

Team 1st Half 2nd Half Final
Dordt College 40 28 68
Jamestown 31 34 65
Dordt Rebounding Leaders Total
Brandon Oldenkamp 8
Team Total: 36
Opponent Rebounding Leaders Total
CJ Peeters 8
Team Total: 38
Dordt Scoring Leaders Total
Trevor Wolterstorff 17
Brandon Oldenkamp 17
Michael Eekhoff 13
Team Total: 68
Opponent Scoring Leaders Total
CJ Peeters 15
Jacob Kelsey 14
Team Total: 65
Dordt Team Shooting Pct
Field Goals: 18/42 43%
3-Point Field Goals: 6/15 40%
Free Throws: 26/34 76%
Opponent Team Shooting Pct
Field Goals: 26/69 38%
3-Point Field Goals: 8/24 33%
Free Throws: 5/9 56%

For more information, please contact Mike Byker, Sports Information Director, at mbyker@dordt.edu or (712) 722-6301.