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For this season, the guard play is the strength of the team, led by 6'-4' junior Ron Lewis (17 ppg, 5 rpg) and 6'-3' sophomore Steven Wright (4.2 rpg). The backcourt also has very good depth with 6'-3' junior Pat Phillips, sophomore Austin Montgomery and 5'-9' freshman G Perrick Robinson, a top prospect. They also have 6'-4' Germain Fitch and added 6'-2' G John Floyd, a transfer from Oakland.

The frontcourt loses 6'-10' center Kevin Netter, but has some good returning talent in 6'-6' senior John Reimold (15 ppg, 5 rpg) and 6'-8' 240-lb senior Cory Eyink (5 ppg). Big man 6'-8' senior Josh Almanson comes off the bench to provide minutes and rebounds up front along with 6'-11' sophomore Matt Lefeld. They should be able to creep over the .500 mark with their talent, but they must first learn to win on the road.
The Bowling Green Falcons (14-17) are not off a happy season. They lost 4 of their final 5 games. A big factor was home/road play: Bowling Green was 12-5 SU/7-5 ATS at home, but 2-12 SU/5-7 ATS on the road. BG should have been better, as they played terrific defense (42% shooting allowed) and shot a strong 45% from the field.