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  • GEORGE NAMED VaSID ODAC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
    May 25, 2010
    Hampden-Sydney rookie Harrison George (Raleigh, NC/Leesville) was named the State Rookie of the Year by the Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID). The award follows George's ODAC Rookie of the Year honors. George stands as Hampden-Sydney's first-ever Rookie of the Year honoree.
  • TIGERS TAKE TOUGH LOSS TO #18 R-MC IN QUARTERFINALS
    February 26, 2010
    Fourth seeded and 18th ranked Randolph-Macon got off to a hot start and never looked back downing the fifth seeded Tigers in the quarterfinals of the ODAC Tournament by a score of 84-48. Senior and three-time All-ODAC honoree Turner King (Roanoke, VA/Roanoke Catholic) paced the Tigers with a game-high 15 points, while being just the fourth player in school history to score 1,800 points. King's career total of 1,801 ranks fourth in school history.
  • GEORGE NAMED TIGERS' FIRST ODAC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
    February 25, 2010
    Hampden-Sydney rookie Harrison George (Raleigh, NC/Leesville) was named the ODAC's Rookie of the Year while garnering honorable mention accolades. George now stands as Hampden-Sydney's first-ever Rookie of the Year honoree. Senior guard Turner King (Roanoke, VA/Roanoke Catholic) also earned his third consecutive All-ODAC honors being named to the second team.
  • TIGERS DROP 89-79 DECISION TO #10 VWC
    February 20, 2010
    Though the Tigers stayed with #10 Virginia Wesleyan for much of the first half, the Marlins built up a lead in the second half that they would not relinquish as the Tigers fell 89-79. Senior Jonathan Mudd (Miami, FL/American) however, had a career-day with his first double-double on career-highs 25 points and 10 rebounds.
  • RIVALRY LIVES UP TO EXPECTATIONS, TIGERS PREVAIL OVER #16 R-MC
    February 17, 2010
    For one of the most anticipated games of the season in front of a sellout crowd in Randolph-Macon's Crenshaw Gymnasium, the game lived up to all expectations as it was a tight, back-and-forth game all the way through with the Tigers prevailing in the end by a score of 66-61.
  • TIGERS EARN BIG 77-63 WIN OVER ROANOKE
    February 10, 2010
    Hampden-Sydney returned to the win column with a huge 77-63 win over Roanoke College to improve to 12-11 on the year and 7-7 in the ODAC with just two regular season games remaining. Freshman Harrison George (Raleigh, NC/Leesville) tied his career-high, which came in the Tigers' first meeting with Roanoke, of 24 points while adding 11 rebounds. Senior Turner King (Roanoke, VA/Roanoke Catholic) also continued his hot play with 22 points and five rebounds.
  • TIGERS STUMBLE ON THE ROAD, FALL 71-69 TO E&H
    February 06, 2010
    Despite being down 10 points with just 5:48 to play in the game, Hampden-Sydney rallied to tie the game at 69-69, but Emory &Henry's Terrance Grigg hit the dagger with five seconds remaining to lift his Wasps to a 71-69 victory, while the Tigers drop to 11-11 on the year and 6-7 in the ODAC.
  • TIGERS FALL JUST SHORT OF EPIC UPSET, LOSE 76-74
    February 03, 2010
    Behind a raucous Tiger fan base that made the trip to Greensboro, Hampden-Sydney came so close to doing what no team has done in 14 previous games and beat #1 Guilford College. The Tigers, however, fell just short taking a 76-74 loss to snap a five game win streak. With the loss, the Tigers fall to 11-10 overall and 6-6 in ODAC play.
  • TIGERS HOLD ON FOR FIFTH STRAIGHT, 81-72 OVER WAU
    January 31, 2010
    Hampden-Sydney continues to roll recording its fifth straight win with an 81-72 victory over Washington Adventist University. Despite a slow start, the Tigers offense was clicking with three players in double figures. Senior Turner King (Roanoke, VA/Roanoke Catholic) led the way with his first double-double of the season scoring a game-high 19 points while pulling down 10 rebounds.
  • TIGERS EXTEND STREAK TO FOUR, SHOCK #11 EMU 80-68
    January 30, 2010
    Hampden-Sydney has hit its stride winning its fourth straight game with one of the biggest victories of the season beating #11 Eastern Mennonite 80-68. The Tigers were led by seniors Turner King (Roanoke, VA/Roanoke Catholic) and Jonathan Mudd (Miami, FL/American) who each scored 17 points while freshman Harrison George (Raleigh, NC/Leesville) scored 16, including a thunderous dunk in traffic to all but seal the game with three and a half minutes remaining.
  • TIGERS WIN THIRD STRAIGHT, 75-66 OVER RANDOLPH
    January 27, 2010
    Hampden-Sydney won its third straight game, and first ever against Randolph, to improve to 9-9 on the season and 5-5 in the ODAC. The Tigers were again led by freshman Harrison George (Raleigh, NC/Leesville) who scored a game-high 18 points, but senior Lane Medlin (West Point, VA/Fork Union) came to play, scoring a season-high 15 points while going 4-of-5 from beyond the arc.
  • TIGERS CONTINUE TO ROLL WITH 73-66 WIN OVER W&L
    January 23, 2010
    Hampden-Sydney won its second consecutive ODAC game with a 73-66 win over Washington & Lee. The Tigers are back on track and improve to 8-9 on the year and 4-5 in conference. Freshman Harrison George (Raleigh, NC/Leesville) continued to impress tying his career-high point total with a game-high 24 on 9-of-15 shooting.
  • TIGERS CLAIM CRUCIAL 76-69 ODAC WIN OVER LC
    January 20, 2010
    Hampden-Sydney travelled to Lynchburg and took home a much needed 76-69 win to improve to 7-9 and 3-5 in the ODAC. The Tigers held a 44-37 lead at halftime and held on in the second half. Freshman Harrison George (Raleigh, NC/Leesville) led the way with a game-high 18 points and 13 rebounds, while Ben Jessee (Midlothian, VA/Cosby) and Turner King (Roanoke, VA/Roanoke Catholic) each added 14 points.
  • TIGERS FALL 64-59 TO BRIDGEWATER
    January 16, 2010
    Hampden-Sydney outscored Bridgewater 36-34 in the second half, but could not quite overcome the seven point deficit at halftime, falling 64-59 to the host Eagles. Bridgewater’s Dominic Trawick led all scorers with 29 points on 11-of-19 shooting, while sophomore Ben Jessee (Midlothian, VA/Cosby) and freshman Harrison George (Raleigh, NC/Leesville) paced the Tigers with 17 points.
  • LATE GAME RALLY NOT ENOUGH AS TIGERS FALL 69-67
    January 13, 2010
    Though the Tigers were down 11 with just over six minutes to play, they went on to outscore the #8 Virginia Wesleyan Marlins 13-5 to come within just three points, but could not hit the game-tying shot and fell just short in a heartbreaking 69-67 loss.
  • GEORGE'S NEAR TRIPLE-DOUBLE LIFTS TIGERS TO 89-75 WIN
    January 09, 2010
    Freshman Harrison George (Raleigh, NC/Leesville) continues to impress, especially in conference play, and after today's performance scouting reports will be sure to include #23. In the Tigers' 89-75 win over Emory & Henry, George did it all tallying 19 points on 8-of-11 shooting, 13 rebounds, seven assists, five steals and two blocks while not turning the ball over once.
  • #1 RMC RALLIES TO TAKE 69-68 WIN IN FLEET
    January 06, 2010
    Hampden-Sydney led the #1 team in the nation by 16 points in the second half, but the furious rally by Randolph-Macon proved to be too much and was capped off by the game-winning three pointer from Adam Desgain with 4.9 seconds to play in regulation. Tiger freshman Harrison George (Raleigh, NC/Leesville) led all scorers with 19 points on 9-of-11 shooting from the field.
  • TIGERS DROP ODAC DECISION TO EMU 88-71
    January 02, 2010
    Hampden-Sydney jumped out to a 6-0 lead against Eastern Mennonite, but the Runnin’ Royals showed why they stand at 9-1 and 3-0 in the ODAC by responding with a 13-0 run, earning an early 13-6 lead that they would never relinquish.
  • TIGERS FALL JUST SHORT OF CHAMPIONSHIP WITH 70-69 LOSS
    December 30, 2009
    In a back-and-forth game, it was Alex Franz of St. Mary's who had the last strike as he hit the game winning three pointer with 12 seconds to play, putting the Seahawks up 70-69. Franz was named Tournament MVP while Hampden-Sydney's Turner King (Roanoke, VA/Roanoke Catholic) was also named to the All-Tournament team after scoring 12 points while adding six rebounds.
  • KING MAJESTIC IN TIGERS 83-56 WIN OVER JOHN JAY
    December 29, 2009
    Everything looked good for Hampden-Sydney early, which started out the Car Coop/Weenie Miller Holiday Hoops Tournament on 19-0 run against John Jay. In the first seven minutes, senior guard Turner King (Roanoke, VA/Roanoke Catholic) boasted 12 of his teams' 19 points by knocking down four three pointers.
  • TIGERS TAKE 70-55 ROAD LOSS AT AVERETT
    December 17, 2009
    Despite 16 points and eight rebounds from freshman Harrison George (Raleigh, NC/Leesville), Hampden-Sydney fell 70-55 to USA South-foe Averett University. The Cougars had four players score in double figures, including a double-double from Chad Hardway (13 points, 13 rebounds).
  • #7 GUILFORD STEALS 77-72 VICTORY IN FLEET
    December 09, 2009
    In front of one of the best crowds in recent history, Hampden-Sydney had #7 Guilford College down eight at halftime, but could not quite hold on falling 77-72. Guilford's Rhett Bonner had 19 points in the second half to lift the Quakers to victory. Senior Turner King (Roanoke, VA/Roanoke Catholic) again led the Tigers with 13 points.
  • DESPITE SECOND HALF RALLY, TIGERS FALL 68-62 TO SALISBURY
    December 06, 2009
    In the championship game of the Salisbury University Optimist Classic, Hampden-Sydney had a tough shooting night going just 33.9 percent via 21-of-62 shooting while falling to host Salisbury 68-62. Despite their struggles, the Tigers nearly overcame a 21 point deficit with just over 11 minutes to play.
  • TIGERS ADVANCE TO TOURNEY CHAMPIONSHIP WITH 87-78 WIN
    December 05, 2009
    Senior guard Turner King (Roanoke, VA/Roanoke Catholic) poured in a season-high 27 points in the Tigers' 87-78 win in the first day of the Salisbury University Optimist Classic to help his team advance to the championship game. In the second game of the day, host Salisbury defeated Methodist University and will meet the Tigers tomorrow.
  • BIG SECOND HALF PROPELS TIGERS OVER ROANOKE 90-76
    December 02, 2009
    Freshman Harrison George (Raleigh, NC/Leesville) let the ODAC know just who he was tonight as he poured in 24 points on 10-of-13 shooting in the Tigers' 90-76 win over Roanoke College. With the win, Hampden-Sydney improves to 3-1 and 1-0 in the conference.
  • TIGERS SWEEP SOUTH REGION HOOPS CHALLENGE, 79-71 OVER SU
    November 29, 2009
    Hampden-Sydney earned its second win in as many days with a 79-71 victory over Shenandoah University in the final game of the Main St. Lanes South Region Hoops Challenge. Senior Turner King (Roanoke, VA/Roanoke Catholic) led the Tigers for the second time this season tallying a game-high 20 points.
  • TIGERS EARN FIRST WIN OF SEASON, 90-79 OVER NCWC
    November 28, 2009
    Hampden-Sydney picked up its first win tonight in the Main St. Lanes South Region Hoops Challenge as it defeated North Carolina Wesleyan College 90-79 to improve to 1-1 on the season. The Bishops could not handle the balanced attack of the Tigers, who had six players score in double figures.
  • DESPITE CLOSE FIRST HALF, TIGERS FALL TO HIGH POINT 100-74
    November 21, 2009
    Hampden-Sydney was right on the heels of High Point University after 20 minutes of play as they trailed by just eight points with a score of 45-37. It was a tale of two halves, however, as the Panthers were able to pull away to a 100-74 victory in Hampden-Sydney’s season opener. Three Tigers managed to score in double figures as senior Turner King (Roanoke, VA/Roanoke Catholic) led the way with 21 points while sophomore Ben Jessee (Midlothian, VA/Cosby) and freshman Harrison George (Raleigh, NC/Leesville) registered 12 and 10 points respectively.