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.