Men's Basketball vs. Trinity Christian

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W 91-47

Dordt Classic

2:00 PM - Saturday, November 25, 2017
Sioux Center, Iowa
Non-conference Match



Dordt defeats Trinity Christian 91-47


Dordt pulled away from Trinity Christian late in the first half and ran away with a 91-47 win over the Trolls on Saturday afternoon, November 25 in Sioux Center, Iowa.

Dordt’s Chandler Brunsting scored the first 13 points of the game for the Defenders to go up 13-2 as the guard converted three three-point baskets and two two-point baskets.

Trinity Christian cut the lead to 20-14 but a Kyle Lang three-point basket got the Defenders back up by nine and Dordt eventually extended the lead to 33-21.  The three-point basket ignited a 10-0 run that ended with a Marcus Winterfeld free throw and Dordt led 46-23 at halftime.

The lead only widened as the second half unfolded and the lead grew to 46 before the final of 91-47.


Trinity Christian was limited to 17-45 shooting from the field and 1-11 from the three-point line.

Dordt was 31-64 from the field and 16-33 from the three-point line.

Dordt had a 35-29 rebounding edge and had 13 offensive rebounds.

Dordt forced 27 turnovers by the Trolls with 18 of them coming off of steals.

Chandler Brunsting scored a career high 18 points and had four steals in 15 minutes of action.

Alec Henrickson scored 12 on 4-7 three-point shooting and Marcus Winterfeld added 11 while Andrew O’Donnell scored ten with a team high seven rebounds.

Kyle Lang scored nine on three three-point shots and Dejay Fykstra came off the bench to score eight.

Dordt is 6-5 this season while Trinity Christian falls to 3-7.  Dordt will host Mount Marty on Wednesday night.


“Sometimes our youth and inexperience hurts us that we’re a little up and down on the floor but because we are young we have that short memory and we were able to come back and fight really well today. It was probably the most complete defensive game we’ve played this year which is really good to see. Chandler Brunsting is really stepping up and being a good leader. He’s playing really well to his ability, makes the hustle plays—had 12 boards last night and today came out and got us started.  He’s just got an edge about him and he’s really beginning to play well for us.”