Lions fade late against Division I Weber State

By Doug Fitzgerald published November 1, 2006

Joe Scott had 17 points but the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was worn down in the end by the Division I Weber State Wildcats in an 86-67 exhibition loss Wednesday at Ogden, Utah.

The Mountain Lions trailed 61-60 with 8:51 remaining in the game. Patrick Hannaway fouled out on a charging call, helping Weber State go on a 13-3 run. After Bryan Snyder, Kyle Perkins and Eric Davis all joined Hannaway on the bench with five fouls, that run was expanded to 25-7.

Scott, a freshman from Minneapolis, went 5-for-10 from 3-point range and added a team-high six assists in his UCCS debut. Snyder and Nic Fuller added 12 points each and Perkins, another freshman, chipped in 10.

Perkins also added a team-high six rebounds as the Mountain Lions were outrebounded by the bigger Wildcats 33-25.

Dan Henry led Weber State with 21 points.


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Patrick HannawayPatrick Hannaway34G/FSr.
Patrick HannawayPatrick Hannaway34G/FSr.
Bryan SnyderBryan Snyder54FSo.
Bryan SnyderBryan Snyder54FSo.
Eric DavisEric Davis35FFr.
Eric DavisEric Davis35FSo.
Kyle PerkinsKyle Perkins21FFr.
Kyle PerkinsKyle Perkins21FSo.
Joe ScottJoe Scott14F/GFr.
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