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  • HIGH REBOUND: CLEVELAND ST - OMARI WESTLEY 10, STEVE GANSEY 9, TWO PLAYERS

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  • WEST VIRGINIA - J.D. COLLINS 7, MIKE GANSEY 3, JOHANNES

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  • WEST VIRGINIA - MIKE GANSEY 5, KEVIN PITTSNOGLE 5, D'OR

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  • WEST VIRGINIA - KEVIN PITTSNOGLE 17, MIKE GANSEY 13, TYRONE

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  • WEST VIRGINIA - MIKE GANSEY 7, TYRONE SALLY 5, KEVIN

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  • WEST VIRGINIA - TYRONE SALLY 25, MIKE GANSEY 19, KEVIN

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  • HIGH ASSISTS: WEST VIRGINIA - J.D. COLLINS 5, MIKE GANSEY 4, DARRIS NICHOLS

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  • HIGH REBOUND: WEST VIRGINIA - D'OR FISCHER 5, MIKE GANSEY 4, JOE HERBER 4

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  • HIGH SCORERS: WEST VIRGINIA - MIKE GANSEY 29, TYRONE SALLY 21, D'OR FISCHER

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  • HIGH REBOUND: WEST VIRGINIA - D'OR FISCHER 10, MIKE GANSEY 7, TWO PLAYERS

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  • Gansey, or gansai (in Irish) means a woolen sweater or jumper. Similar to a jersey, it is thought the name comes from Guernsey, another of the Channel Islands. When we were children and we would go stealing apples from a neighbouring orchard, we would say we got a "gansy load" meaning all the apples you could fit in the turned up front of your gansey.

    June 9, 2009