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Wednesday, November 30, 2022
Lambert & Mount Saint Vincent Fall to Crandall

Eric Lambert and his Mount Saint Vincent University Men’s Basketball teammates went down to Crandall Chargers 80 – 69.

Mount Saint Vincent University held a 19 – 14 lead at the end of the First Quarter, but Crandall scored 18 points in the Second Quarter and restricted Mount Saint Vincent University to 9 points as the teams went to the break with Crandall leading 32 – 28.

Crandall would continue their scoring with 29 Third Quarter Points, while Mount Saint Vincent University could only manage 23 points, in the Fourth Quarter Crandall outscored Mount Saint Vincent University 19 – 18.

Lambert had 1 Rebound in the game playing two minutes.
Saturday, November 26, 2022
Lambert's Mount Saint Vincent Edge St. Thomas University

Eric Lambert and his Mount Saint Vincent University Men’s Basketball teammates were back in action, they edged St. Thomas University 98 - 97.

Mount Saint Vincent held a 22 – 20 lead at the end of the First Quarter, they would outscore St. Thomas University 37 – 24 in the Second Quarter to take a 59 – 44 lead at the break.

St. Thomas University would close the gap to 9 points at the end of the Third Period after outscoring Mount Saint Vincent 25 – 19. St. Thomas University would outscore Mount Saint Vincent in the Final Quarter 28 – 20, but they came up one point short to force overtime.

Lambert was on the bench but never got into the game as mount Saint Vincent only used 9 players in the entire game.
Friday, November 25, 2022
Patrick's Sacramento State Fall to Hawaii

Hawaii shot 60% (33-55) from the field and 50% (7-14) from the 3-point line on the way to a 74-61 win over David Patrick’s Sacramento State in the first round of the North Shore Classic at Cannon Activities Center.

Hawaii got off to an incredible start, shooting a ridiculous 74% (20-27) in the first half, including 4-of-5 from distance. That propelled Hawaii to a 44-30 halftime lead. In a game that saw them lead for 39 minutes, Sacramento State would get no closer than 11 points of the Hawaii lead in the second half. Hawaii did cool off late in the second half when they went the final four minutes of the contest without a point.

Sacramento State shot well from the field (47%), but were not up to par defensively, which included Hawaii turning the ball over just seven times. Sacramento State shot 24% (4-17) from the 3-point line compared to 59% (20-34) from inside the arc. Both teams had the same amount of rebounds, and 10 of Sacramento State’s 26 boards were on the offensive glass.
Wednesday, November 23, 2022
Patrick's Sacramento State Fall to UC Davis

UC Davis outscored David Patrick’s Sacramento State, 49 - 31, in the second half en route to an 82 - 71 victory in the basketball version of the Causeway Classic on at Golden1 Center.

Sacramento State led the entire first half and entered the break with a seven-point lead after shooting 7-for-10 from the 3-point line. Four different Sacramento State players hit 3-balls in the first half, and Sacramento State led by as many as 12 points.

However, it was a much different story after halftime as UC Davis scored 49 points in the second half while shooting 57% (17-30) from the field, and 63% (5-8) from the 3-point line. UC Davis, who led for just under eight minutes of the entire contest, and Sacramento State were tied at 64-64 with just under five minutes to play. UC Davis would then go on an 18-7 run over the final 4:49 to put things away.
Monday, November 21, 2022
Lambert & Mount Saint Vincent Defeat Mount Allison

Eric Lambert and his Mount Saint Vincent University Men’s Basketball teammates were back on their home floor and also back in the win column and led the game from start to finish defeating Mount Allison 77 - 68.

Led by rookie star Isaac Matheson with 17 points and Will Spaulding with 13, Mount Saint Vincent moved their record to above .500 and in sole possession of the third place in the ACAA standings.

The Mount Saint Vincent bench was also a major contributor to the win with a 27-10 advantage over Mount Allison. Off the bench, Adam Callaghan went 3-4 from the three-point line and chipped in with 13 points, while second-year guard Lyon McLean shot 3-3 from behind the arc and scored 9, and Lambert came off the bench playing four minutes, he went 0-1 from Field, he grabbed 2 Rebounds, and 1 Assist.

Mount Allison was led by ACAA scoring leader Noah McCarthy who played almost the entire game and dropped 33 points, including threes, foul shots, and at the basket, but it wasn't enough.
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