Men's Basketball vs. Mount Marty

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W 103-81

8:00 PM - Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Yankton, South Dakota
Conference Match



Dordt defeats Mount Marty 103-81



Dordt never trailed in winning a 22 point decision at Yankton, South Dakota on Wednesday , February 17 in GPAC play.  Dordt got out to a 9-2 lead with scores by three different players and quickly pushed the lead to double digits with back to back three-point baskets by Alec Henrickson to give Dordt a 17-5 lead with 15:22 left in the first half. 

Mount Marty got as close as seven before the Defenders closed the half with a run of 13-3 and led 58-34 as Nathan Rindels punctuated the half with a coast to coast drive with less than six seconds remaining.

The lead grew to 30 on two different occasions before the Defenders settled for the 103-81 win over the winless in the league Lancers.



-Dordt was 40-67 from the field and limited Mount Marty to 24-60 shooting.  Dordt made 59.7 percent of its shots while Mount Marty was converting 40 percent.

-The Lancers were 20-24 from the free throw line and Dordt was 17-22.

-Dordt had a 41-25 rebounding edge.

-Leighton Sampson scored a team high 21 points on 9-13 shooting and he also had five rebounds.

-Henrickson was 4-9 from the arc and scored 16 with four assists.

-Dalton Franken had 15 points and Nathan Rindels recorded a double-double with 14 points and 10 assists and he also had seven rebounds.

-Patrick Ciganovic scored a game high 23 points for the Lancers.

-Dordt improves to 14-15 overall and finish the year 9-11 in the GPAC.  Dordt faces Grace in non-conference play on Saturday.

-Mount Marty is 1-27 overall and 0-19 in the GPAC.



“I thought our guys played very well tonight and I thought that was largely a result of the practices we’ve been having.  I thought we played a nice game overall.  We wanted to get the possessions up because we thought our depth was a little bit better and as a result it was a very high scoring game.  I was pleased with the way we played and held Mount Marty to 40 percent shooting and we rebounded it very well.”


Dordt 103, Mount Marty 81

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