Falcons Split Two Games in Canada
Sept. 2, 2007
The Air Force men's basketball team moved its record to 3-1 on its Labor Day Weekend Canadion trip by splitting a pair of games Sunday in Vancouver, Canada. The Falcons dropped a 72-60 decision to the Vancouver All-Stars Sunday morning, then blew out the University of British Columbia, 97-67, Sunday evening.
Statistics were not available for the game against the Vancouver All-Stars. Senior Tim Anderson led five Falcons in double figures with 24 points against UBC. He added assists and six steals. Fellow senior Eric Kenzik added 17 points and a game-high eight rebounds for Air Force. Junior Anwar Johnson scored 15 points and senior Keith Maren and junior Matt Holland each added 13.
The Falcons turned a 37-31 halftime lead into a rout by outscoring UBC 60-36 in the final two quarters. Air Force shot 60.6 percent from the field and 60 percent from three-point range in the second half. AFA shot 53.3 percent from the field for the game and 48 percent (12-25) from long range.
Air Force wraps up its trip on Monday against UC-Fraser Valley at 10 a.m. (MT).