South Carolina vs. Boston College Post-Game Notes
Jan. 1, 2011
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South Carolina vs. Boston College Post-Game Notes (1/1/11)
The Gamecocks used the starting lineup of Harris-Jackson-Muldrow-Richardson-Ellington for the second consecutive game after playing the first 10 games of the season with a lineup of Cooke-Jackson-Muldrow-Richardson-Ellington.
Boston College was held without a block in the contest, marking the first time the Gamecocks held an opponent to zero blocks since January 5, 2010 (Longwood) - a span of 28 games. It was also the second straight game that Boston College failed to record a blocked shot.
The two teams combined to set a Colonial Life Arena record for 3-pointer attempts in a single game. South Carolina (7-for-26) and Boston College (13-for-32) combined to attempt 58 3-pointers, surpassing the previous record of 56 attempts set in a 90-82 South Carolina victory against Alabama on February 4, 2004.
South Carolina committed a season-low seven turnovers while forcing Boston College into 14 turnovers.
The Gamecocks drop their first match at Colonial Life Arena this season, falling to 7-1 at home.
#15 Malik Cooke
Tied his season and Gamecock high with 13 points.
Tied his Gamecock high with one blocked shot.
#23 Bruce Ellington
Did not commit a turnover in the game, a career first for the point guard.
#12 Ramon Galloway
Tied his career high with three assists The last time he registered three assists was in the victory against Delaware State on December 1.
Set a career high with three steals.
Has continued his hot streak by hitting double-figures for the third straight game. Galloway scored 11 at Furman and 15 against Jacksonville State before scoring 15 Saturday.
#30 Lakeem Jackson
Set a career high with five assists.
#32 Johndre Jefferson
Tied his season high with one steal.
#44 Sam Muldrow
Finished the game with two blocks and now has joined the 200-block club. He is now 50 blocks away from surpassing Brandon Wallace (249) for first place in Gamecock history in career blocks. Muldrow currently has 200 career blocks.
South Carolina hosts South Carolina State on Tuesday at 7 p.m. The game will be broadcast live by Fox Sports Carolinas from Colonial Life Arena, marking South Carolina's seventh appearance on the channel this season.