CLINTON, Iowa - Freshman guard Chris Davis (Colorado Springs, CO) scored a career-high 27 points
and ignited a second half comeback for NIACC in a 86-76 win over Clinton
Davis scored 19 points in the second half (15 of those off
of 3-pointers) to help the Trojans outscore the Cougars by 24 points in the
final 10 minutes of the game.
Davis' previous high was 20 set against Rochester Community
and Technical College (RCTC) on November 15.
Sophomore post player Kendale
Dunn (Cleveland, OH) also had a career-high scoring night with 24 points,
one better than his previous high of 23 also set against RCTC.
NIACC (10-8 overall, 2-1 in the Iowa Community College Athletic
Conference) will host No. 3 Kirkwood on Saturday at 3 p.m.