20-Point Streak Drives First Win

Jordan Davis had 16 points and six rebounds in the Cobbers' win over Oak Hills Christian.
Jordan Davis had 16 points and six rebounds in the Cobbers' win over Oak Hills Christian.

STORY LINE: Concordia used a 20-0 run in the final five minutes of the first half to outscore Oak Hill Christian 40-18 in the opening period on their way to a 79-60 win in a game that was played at Minn.-Crookston.

RECORD: The win is the first of the year for the Cobbers who even their overall record at 1-1. The Wolfpack loses for the eighth straight game and is now 0-8 for the year.

DIARY OF A 20-POINT STREAK: Concordia trailed for the final time in the game when Oak Hills hit a 3-point shot with 6:35 left in the first half. The Cobbers then missed their next three shots before going 8-for-16 and making five 3-pointers. The run started at the 4:51 mark when Jordan Davis hit a shot from outside the arc. Sophomore Adam Daggett was the catalyst in the game-deciding streak as he hit four 3-pointers. The Cobbers defense also forced seven turnovers during that stretch and held the Wolfpack to 0-for-2 shooting from the floor.

SCORING EFFICIENCY: Adam Daggett came off the bench to score a team-high 18 points in 20 minutes of action. He went 6-for-9 from outside the arc as he scored the first points of his college career. Daggett played in only three games last season and saw time without scoring a point in the season opener at Minn.-Morris.

TOMMY TWO-TONE: Junior guard Tommy Schyma had the best all-around game for Concordia. He grabbed a team-high eight rebounds and also dished out a career-high 10 assists. Schyma also had eight points as he missed the dreaded triple-double by a pair of boards and a made field goal.

DIMES: Concordia dished out 20 assists in its first win of the season. The last time the Cobbers reached the 20-dime mark was last year against Macalester on Jan. 27 when they also had 20 assists. The Cobbers only had two 20-assist games in all of last year.

UP NEXT: The Cobbers will return to Crookston on Sunday, Nov. 18 to take on Minn.-Crookston at 4 p.m. The Pirates are 5-1 on the season and beat Valley City State 84-54 on Saturday.