11th Hour: Week of 11/30

Giving you what you missed and what's coming up this week in Owl Athletics

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11th Hour: Week of 11/30

FAU guard Ali Gorell (23) dribbles up the court in the first quarter of play against Milwaukee on Nov. 17. Gorell was the highest scoring Owl with 20 points on the night.  Max Jackson | Staff Photographer

FAU guard Ali Gorell (23) dribbles up the court in the first quarter of play against Milwaukee on Nov. 17. Gorell was the highest scoring Owl with 20 points on the night. Max Jackson | Staff Photographer

FAU guard Ali Gorell (23) dribbles up the court in the first quarter of play against Milwaukee on Nov. 17. Gorell was the highest scoring Owl with 20 points on the night. Max Jackson | Staff Photographer

FAU guard Ali Gorell (23) dribbles up the court in the first quarter of play against Milwaukee on Nov. 17. Gorell was the highest scoring Owl with 20 points on the night. Max Jackson | Staff Photographer

Ryan Lynch, Sports Editor

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Scores from this week:

Football (3-9, 3-5 C-USA):

  • Saturday, Nov. 28 vs. Old Dominion, (W, 33-31)

Game recap here

Men’s Basketball (1-4):

Off this week

Women’s Basketball (4-1):

  • Tuesday, Nov. 24 vs. Milwaukee, (W, 71-67)

Game recap here

FAU Thanksgiving Tournament

  • Friday, Nov. 27 vs. Delaware State (W, 83-55)
  • Saturday, Nov 28 vs. South Dakota (L, 76-53)

Tournament recap here

Reflections and Notes:

Women’s Basketball:

  • Women’s basketball had their four-game winning streak broken by South Dakota Saturday during the FAU Thanksgiving Tournament championship game. The streak is the longest to begin a year since before the 2000-01 season.

Football:

  • Football finishes at 3-9 for the second consecutive season under head coach Charlie Partridge. His career record of 6-18 puts him at second place all time in wins behind Howard Schnellenberger.
  • With four sacks during last Saturday’s game, junior defensive end Trey Hendrickson surpassed the program record for career sacks. The previous record of 16 was set in 2013 by Cory Henry.

  • Redshirt sophomore Marcus Clark scored his first ever touchdown with the Owls during Saturday’s game, rushing for a 15-yard score in the second quarter.

Upcoming Games:

Women’s Basketball:

  • Sunday, Dec. 6 vs. Keiser, noon.

Men’s Basketball:

  • Tuesday, Dec. 1 at East Carolina

TV: American Sports Network/ESPN3.com

Radio: ESPN West Palm 106.3 FM

Photo of the week:

Guard Danneal Ford (00) is double teamed while going up for a layup during the Owls’ 71-67 win versus Milwaukee on Nov. 17. Mohammed Emran | Asst. Creative Director

Guard Danneal Ford (00) is double teamed while going up for a layup during the Owls’ 71-67 win versus Milwaukee on Nov. 17. Mohammed Emran | Asst. Creative Director

Ryan Lynch is the sports editor of the University Press. For tips regarding this or other articles, he can be contacted at [email protected] or on Twitter.