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Wednesday, November 6, 2019
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Top Performances
1Andrew Fleming (UME vs. MERR) 37 pts (12/18 fg), 10 reb, 5 ast, 2 blk
2Cletrell Pope (BETH vs. ND1) 22 pts (9/18 fg), 19 reb, 5 ast, 5 blk
3Cole Anthony (UNC vs. ND) 34 pts (12/24 fg), 6/11 3fg, 11 reb, 5 ast
4Isaiah Bailey (BETH vs. ND1) 24 pts (7/12 fg), 1/3 3fg, 7 reb, 6 ast, 2 stl
5Savion Flagg (TAMU vs. NWSU) 22 pts (9/11 fg), 1/2 3fg, 7 reb, 5 ast, 2 stl, 3 blk
6Sean McDermott (BUTL vs. IUPUI) 26 pts (10/11 fg), 4/5 3fg, 6 reb
7Will Rayman (COLG vs. NJIT) 18 pts (5/8 fg), 2/3 3fg, 12 reb
8Omer Yurtseven (GU vs. MSM) 20 pts (7/9 fg), 12 reb
9Damon Wilson (GSU vs. ND1) 22 pts (8/10 fg), 4/4 3fg, 7 reb, 3 stl
10Sayeed Pridgett (MONT vs. STAN) 17 pts (8/13 fg), 10 reb, 6 ast, 3 stl, 2 blk
Game of the Day
Notre Dame Fightin` Irish 65, North Carolina Tar Heels 76
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) Cole Anthony didn't need much time to make his mark on the North Carolina record book. Anthony set the school record for scoring by a freshman in his debut, finishing with 34 points and 11 rebounds while leading the ninth-ranked Tar Heels past Notre Dame 76-65 in their opener Wednesday night. With his father - former UNLV and NBA guard Greg Anthony - in the stands, the Atlantic Coast Conference preseason freshman of the year broke Rashad McCants' 17-year-old scoring record by a freshman in his first game and finished 12 of 24 from the field with six 3-pointers. "It's cool, I'm going to - not celebrate, but be happy about it a little bit tonight, give myself a little pat on the back," Anthony said. "But we've got practice tomorrow. We've got to lock back in. We've got a game on Friday." Anthony scored 15 points during a 29-13 second-half run that put the Tar Heels in control. Prentiss Hubb scored a career-high 22 points, T.J. Gibbs added 19 and John Mooney finished with 10 for the Fighting Irish. They led 37-32 just under 2 minutes into the second half. That's when Anthony took over. He started the run with a runner, reeled off seven straight points for his team and hit three 3s in a 4-minute span, the last of which gave the Tar Heels their first double-figure lead at 61-50 with 9 minutes remaining. "Sometimes, I used to say, Tyler Hansbrough carried us," Williams said of about the former national player of the year. "Cole Anthony carried us tonight. ... That was pretty impressive, to say the least." BIG PICTURE Notre Dame: The Fighting Irish had never opened a season with a conference game - in any of their conferences - and this was a tough ask, though they did more than simply play the foil in Anthony's debut. They outscored UNC 12-2 during the few minutes when Anthony was resting on the bench, built that second-half lead on Hubb's shooting but couldn't contain the Tar Heels' freshman down the stretch.
CINC 56, OSU 64   UVA 48, SYR 34   NAU 52, ARIZ 91  
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