Men's Hoops Finishes Canadian Tour 5-0 With Win Over Concordia

Aug. 27, 2014


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MONTREAL, Quebec - Cam Gregory scored 14 points and grabbed eight rebounds, both team-highs, and Loyola University Maryland men's basketball finished its 2014 Canadian Tour with a 5-0 record by defeating host Concordia University, 72-49, on Wednesday night.

The Greyhounds will return to Baltimore on Thursday after beating the Stingers and fellow Canadian Interuniversity Sports teams Universite du Quebec a Montreal, Laval University and McGill Univeristy and club team Brookwood Elite on its seven-day tour north of the border.

Gregory made 4-of-7 shots from the field, punctuated by two powerful dunks, and was 6-of-6 from the free-throw line. Five of his rebounds came on the offensive glass as Loyola outrebounded the Stingers, 41-30.

Watch two of Gregory's dunks against Concordia

Tyler Hubbard knocked down three 3-pointers and finished with 11 points, while Franz Rassman added nine points and six rebounds.

Loyola held Concordia to 29.5 percent shooting from the field (18-of-61), forcing 23 Stingers turnovers along the way.

The Greyhounds jumped out to a 21-4 lead after the first quarter, and while Concordia drew to within 32-25 at halftime, Loyola outscored the Stingers, 28-7, in the third quarter to lead by 28, 60-32, after 30 minutes of action.

Stefano Mancini and Sean Tuohy Jr. each had three steals, and Jarred Joens and Andre Walker pilfered two apiece. Denzel Brito led all players with five assists.