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Queen's Golden Gaellery by Jeff Chan
Men's Basketball - Queen's at McMaster 20170121
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QUEEN'S 75, McMASTER 87
QUEEN'S COMEBACK BID COMES UP JUST SHORT AGAINST NO. 10 MARAUDERS
Queen's Sports Information
The Queen's Gaels dropped their second game in as many days on Saturday evening, falling to the U SPORTS No. 10 ranked McMaster Marauders 87-75 at Burridge Gymnasium.
Jesse Graham (Kingston) tallied a game-high 25 points, shooting 10-of-14 from the field, while picking up four rebounds and three steals. Sukhpreet Singh (Toronto) and Tanner Graham added 15 points a-piece , and Russell Winters (Long Island, N.Y.) tallied eight points and a team-high eight rebounds for the Gaels, who drop to the .500 mark (6-6) for the first time this season. David McCulloch scored 25 points to help the Marauders improve to 7-6.
After going down by as many as 25 points, the Gaels put together a fourth-quarter comeback wherein the Gaels went on a 20-2 run to come within six points of the McMaster advantage at the midway point of the final period, capped off with a three from Singh. The Marauders recovered, however, putting together an 11-1 run soon after to restore their lead for good.
The Gaels shot 45.8% from the field, compared o 45.6% from the Marauders, and both squads tallied 34 rebounds.
BY THE NUMBERS
27- The Gaels scored 27 points in their fourth-quarter comeback bid
7- The Gaels bench scored seven points, compared to 22 from McMaster
50.0%- Queen's shot 50% from beyond the arc (8-16)
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