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IPFW blows out Judson in record fashion

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Mastodons hold Eagles to 22 points

Wednesday, November 21, 2012 - 12:49 am

IPFW obliterated visiting Judson on Tuesday at Memorial Coliseum 92-22 and did so in record-setting fashion.

The Mastodons set a program mark for fewest points allowed in a game. The 22 points are the fewest allowed in school history, fewer than the previous low of 36 set against IU-East on Nov. 25, 2008. The 70-point margin of victory is also a single-game school record; the previous record was 52 set against Marygrove in a 106-54 win on Dec. 1, 2007.

Four Mastodons players reached double-figure scoring, led by a career-high 17 points from Herbert Graham, while Frank Gaines scored 15, Joe Reed 14 and Luis Jacobo 13. Kevin Harden finished with nine points. Isaiah McCray, Mario Hines and Joe Edwards each scored eight.

McCray pulled down a game-high eight rebounds, with Jacobo snagging six, as IPFW out-rebounded the Eagles 43 to 23. Edwards dished out a career-high five assists, and Graham picked up four steals.

IPFW (3-3) scored the first four points of the game before Judson knocked down a basket with 16:20 to play in the first half, cutting the deficit in half. From there, IPFW ran off 17 consecutive points over a nearly nine-minute span and climbed ahead 21-2.

The Mastodons led 30-4 after a Graham lay-in with 4:46 to play and 38-6 after a Reed layup before Judson closed the first half by scoring five of the last seven points to narrow the gap to 40-11 at the break.

IPFW used runs of 12-0, 16-0 and 20-0 in the second half, pushing the team's lead to as many as 72, before the Eagles got the final two points of the game to reach the 92-22 final score.

IPFW made 35 of 58 shots from the field (60.3 percent), 9 of 19 on threes (47.4 percent) and 13 of 15 on free-throw tries (86.7 percent), while holding Judson to 17.6 percent (9 of 51) from the field, 2 of 26 (7.7 percent) from threess and 2-for-2 from the charity stripe. IPFW forced 28 turnovers, picking up 17 steals and 17 assists.

The Mastodons will travel to Dartmouth (1-1) at 2 p.m. Saturday.