Marshall Scores 17 Points and Grabs Career-High 15 Rebounds
CHESTERTOWN, Md. – Sophomore forward Dallas Marshall (Germantown, Md./Clarksburg) registered his third double-double of the year with a team-best 17 points and a career-high 15 rebounds to lead all players to help host Washington College down visiting McDaniel, 67-62, on Wednesday night at the Cain Athletic Center in Centennial Conference men's basketball action. The Shoremen improve to 4-5 overall and 1-3 in the Centennial, while the Green Terror drop to 1-6 and 0-4 respectively.
Washington College 67 McDaniel 62
How It Happened
- With the scored tied at 17-17 following a layup by McDaniel's Austin Cannon with 2:17 left in the first half, Washington scored five of the final six points of the half to take a 22-18 lead into halftime. Marshall put the Shoremen ahead for good on a layup with 1:47 remaining.
- The Shoremen scored seven of the first nine points of the second half to take a 29-20 lead with 18:14 to go in the game on a three-pointer by Josh Porteous. The Porteous triple capped a 12-3 run that spanned 3:33 over both halves.
- Washington took its biggest lead of the game of 16 points at 45-29 with 9:52 left in the game on a three by Cole Storm.
- The Green Terror would outscore the Shoremen, 33-22, the rest of the way and got within four points on two occasions in the final minute, but that's as close as they would get. Cannon drained two free throws with 25 seconds left to cut the WC lead to 64-60 and Cannon netted a lay-in off of a steal with three ticks left to trim the hosts' lead to 66-62.
- Marshall, who scored the Shoremen's final field goal on a tip-in of a miss with 1:47 to give the hosts a 57-48 lead, canned a free throw with 2.3 seconds left to provide the final margin as Washington went 10-for-12 in the final 67 seconds of the game from the foul line .
For The Shoremen (4-5, 1-3 CC)
- Marshall (season-high and team-best 17 points and career-topping 15 rebounds to lead all players), Porteous (16 points), Tas Dixon (three assists and two steals), Austin Allen (two steals).
- The Shoremen outscored the Green Terror in bench points, 26-11, and second chance points, 9-7.
- The Shoremen shot 37% (22-for-59) from the floor, 39% (9-for-23) from three-point range and 78% (14-for-18) from the foul line.
- Washington held a 42-33 advantage on the glass and had 14 turnovers.
For McDaniel (1-6, 0-4 CC)
- Cannon (game-best 26 points and four assists), Josh McWilliams (10 points, six rebounds, four assists and two steals), Benjamin Young (six boards).
- The Green Terror shot 44% (22-for-50) from the floor, 24% (4-for-17) from three-point range and 58% (14-for-24) from the free throw stripe.
- McDaniel outscored Washington 30-22 in points in the paint, 18-10 in points off of turnovers and 4-0 in transition points.
- The Green Terror had 13 turnovers in the contest.
- Marshall was named the Chestertown McDonald's Shoremen Player of the Game on the webcast.
- The Shoremen had 15 assists on their 22 made baskets, with 10 different players notching a helper in the victory.
- Washington shot 55% (6-for-11) from three-point range in the second half.
- Tonight concluded a stretch where Washington played every other day for the past 11 days, a total of six games.
12/10 @ Elizabethtown – 12:00 p.m. (Non-conference game)
- The Shoremen downed the Blue Jays, 64-56, last December at home.