A Brendan Lane dunk with 39 seconds left put Pepperdine up for good. Lane, the UCLA transfer finished with eight points and five rebounds. The star of the game was Stacy Davis who scored 28 points, pulled down ten rebounds and was 11-11 from the free throw line as Pepperdine won 69-65.
USD was in foul trouble all game. Christopher Anderson, Jito Kok and Dennis Kramer all had two fouls in the first half and had to sit. Anderson picked up his fourth foul with 7:39 to go and he had to be careful the rest of the game.
Four players scored in double digits for the Toreros. Kramer, the 6’11 forward shot 7-11 and finished with a team high 17 points while Chris Sarbaugh had 21 big bench minutes scoring 12 points. The guard filled in nicely when Anderson was on the bench in foul trouble or when Johnny Dee needed a break.
After only scoring 3 points against LMU, Dee scored 11 tonight. He was efficient shooting 3 of 4, but it wasn’t enough as USD drops to (10-8) overall and (1-4) in West Coast Conference play.
Amadi Udenyi, a freshman from Pepperdine had a very solid game, he only scored five points, but the four steals he contributed were huge.
Jeremy Major, another Pepperdine freshman had 12 points, five assists and two steals as Pepperdine’s record improves to (11-7) and (4-2) in conference play which ties them for second in the conference.
USD’s next game is Thursday at Santa Clara.
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