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Sacramento State falls to 1-1 after loss to South Korea - Jul 25, 2016

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Just 17 hours after beating India in the opening round, Sacramento State was back on the court for the second round of the 38th-annual William Jones Cup in Taiwan. This time, however, the Hornets dropped a 63-48 decision to South Korea. In a game where neither team shot particularly well, it was South Korea that combined to outscore Sacramento State, 31-17, in the second and third quarters to take control of the game. The Hornets shot .313 (21-67) from the field, .181 (2-11) from the 3-point line and .444 (4-9) from the free throw line. South Korea shot .391 (25-64) from the field, .353 (6-17) from distance and .700 (7-10) from the free throw line. No player from either team scored more than 11 points. Both teams moved their record to 1-1 at the tournament as the Hornets beat India, 62-60, in the first round while South Korea fell to Egypt, 74-73. Byun Ki Hoon (187-G/F-89) stepped up with 11 points for South Korea. A pair of Hornets scored in double figures, including Nick Hornsby (201-F) (10 points, 10 rebounds, 4 steals) and Justin Strings (201-F) (10 points, 4 rebounds, 2 steals). Hornsby has noted double figures in rebounds both games of the tournament while Strings has scored in double digits both games thus far. Center Eric Stuteville (211-C) was in foul trouble the majority of the game, finishing with six points, six rebounds, two steals and four fouls in 19 minutes. Grant Dressler (198-G/F) added six points and two steals, Jeff Wu had five points, three rebounds and two assists, and Izayah Mauriohooho-Le'afa (188-G-96) finished with five points. Joshua Patton (203-F) chipped in four rebounds and Trevis Jackson had two steals. Sacramento State did have 14 steals, including at least one swipe from seven different players. South Korea held a 36-35 edge in the rebounding department and had eight blocked shots. The Hornets, who are playing eight games over a stretch of nine days in Taiwan, will play again on Sunday night at midnight PDT against Iran.
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William Jones Cup Standings
 1. Canada 8-1 
 2. Lithuania 8-1 
 3. Philippine. 6-3 
 4. S.Korea 6-3 
 5. Taiwan B 5-4 
 6. Iran 4-5 
 7. Iraq 4-5 
 8. Japan 2-7 
 9. Taiwan 2-7 
 10. India 0-9 
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 1 Ying-Chun Chen20.4 
 2 Demario A. Mayfield19.7 
 3 Yi-Hsiang Chou18.8 
 4 Navid Rezaeifar18.6 
 5 Amjyot Singh Gill18.1 
 6 Diego Kapelan18 
 7 Edvinas Seskus15.9 
 8 Eigirdas Zukauskas15.8 
 9 Kyle Barone15.4 
 10 Connor Wood14 
Rebounds Per Game
 1 Kyle Barone12.5 
 2 Myers Michael12.3 
 3 Michale Kyser9.9 
 4 Quincy Davis
 5 Ali Hameed8.1 
 6 Dwayne Smith7.9 
 7 Dhulfiqar Al-hchaimi7.6 
 8 Chr. Standhardiner7.4 
 9 Keyvan Reaei7.3 
 10 Sajjad Pazrofteh6.9 
Assists Per Game
 1 Ying-Chun Chen4.4 
 2 Kiefer Ravena4.3 
 3 Domantas Seskus3.9 
 4 Eigirdas Zukauskas3.9 
 5 Demario A. Mayfield3.7 
 6 Edvinas Seskus3.4 
 7 Lee Junghyun3.1 
 8 Wen-Ding Tzeng3.1 
 9 Yi-Jie Su
 10 Sunhyung Kim
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