‘Jang Hyeon-seo 2-point shot 12/12’ Myongji University, Chosun University defeated and escaped from 3 consecutive losses

Myongji University got out of the swamp of losing streak and resumed its challenge for the first playoffs in the college league.토토사이트

Myongji University won the 2023 KUSF College Basketball U-League away game against Chosun University held at the Chosun University Gymnasium on the 24th, 96-76, a complete victory by 20 points.

Myongji University escaped from 3 consecutive losses and recovered a 50% win rate (5 wins, 5 losses), rising from a tie for 6th place to 6th place alone. Jang Hyun-seo (33 points, 5 rebounds, 6 assists) led the team’s attack with a 100% (12/12) 2-point shot success rate, and Jun Harrigan (18 points, 13 rebounds, 6 assists) recorded a double-double.

On the other hand, the lowest-ranked Chosun University lost 10 consecutive losses. Four players including Kim Hwan (19 points, 3 3-point shots, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, 2 steals) and Hong Young-gyu (13 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals) scored in double figures, but could not overcome the poor rebound (29-46).

The first quarter was tight. Myongji University took the lead by combining Lee Min-cheol’s 3-point shot and Jun Harrigan’s supporting shot, but they struggled against Chosun University’s even score distribution and couldn’t escape far. It was also a pity that So Joon-hyeok ended up scoreless. At the end of the first quarter, the score was 23-20.

In the second quarter, Myongji University escaped the pursuit of Chosun University. With Harrigan and Lee Min-cheol as the axis, they gained an overwhelming advantage in the fight for air supremacy, widening the gap to two digits. Myongji University, where Jang Hyun-seo and Jun Harrigan took turns showing off their firepower, finished the second quarter with a score of 45-35.

Myongji University did not let go of the reins even in the third quarter. So Joon-hyeok scored 10 points, including one 3-point shot, and Jang Hyun-seo also continued to score points by combining attacks under the goal and free throws. Myongji University failed to block Lee Young-woong, but thanks to So Jun-hyeok and Jang Hyeon-seo’s combined 19 points, the third quarter ended with 74-58.

The fourth quarter was also a time for Myongji University. Myongji University made a series of mistakes in the middle of the 4th quarter and was chased away for a while, but quickly escaped from the pursuit of Chosun University with an even distribution of points. At the end of the 4th quarter, Jang Hyun-seo succeeded in an additional free throw following a Euro step, widening the gap to 22 points. It was a key goal that signaled Myongji University’s escape from its 3-game losing streak.

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