first_img Associated Press February 6, 2020 Davidson, VCU meet in conference play Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditDavidson (11-10, 5-4) vs. VCU (16-6, 6-3)Stuart Siegel Center, Richmond, Virginia; Friday, 7 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: A10 foes meet as Davidson takes on VCU. Davidson easily beat UMass by 35 at home on Saturday, while VCU fell to Rhode Island on the road on Friday, 87-75.center_img STEPPING UP: Marcus Santos-Silva has put up 13 points and nine rebounds to lead the way for the Rams. De’Riante Jenkins has complemented Santos-Silva and is putting up 10.7 points, four rebounds and two steals per game. The Wildcats have been led by Jon Axel Gudmundsson, who is averaging 14.9 points, 6.9 rebounds and 4.1 assists.A10 ADVANCEMENT: The Wildcats have scored 75.2 points per game to conference opponents thus far. That’s an improvement from the 70.3 per game they recorded against non-conference competition.CREATING OFFENSE: Gudmundsson has either made or assisted on 46 percent of all Davidson field goals over the last five games. Gudmundsson has 35 field goals and 29 assists in those games.ASSIST-TO-FG RATIO: The Wildcats have recently used assists to create buckets more often than the Rams. VCU has an assist on 44 of 88 field goals (50 percent) across its past three games while Davidson has assists on 50 of 93 field goals (53.8 percent) during its past three games.STIFLING DEFENSE: VCU has forced opponents into committing turnovers on 25.4 percent of all possessions this year, the eighth-highest rate among all Division I teams. ___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.comlast_img read more


first_imgRep. Domah receives the symbolic key of the district from a proxy of former Rep. DunahRoger Domah, the newly-elected Representative of Nimba County Electoral District #7, has promised to complete all public projects his predecessor did not complete until his tenure expired.Rep. Domah, who spoke in Saclepea on Saturday, March 10, at a well attended reconciliation conference organized by his office, also assured the residents that he would complete any of the projects his predecessor had initiated.“Any project [that] government money was used for in the district will be completed by my administration while at the same time we embark on new ones,” Domah declared.He spoke against a typical Liberian tendency that allow any new and in-coming government to abandon state-funded projects to the detriment of public resources. Rather, said government tends to reinvent another project to be funded by the same taxpayers’ money.Rep Domah (far right) with other representatives and local leaders unveiling the keyDomah called on the citizens to remain united and work together so as to complete any of the public projects his predecessor, Worlea Saywah Dunah, did not complete.“Even though I have my own initiatives that the citizens would point to in the future, let us first complete the incomplete ones to safeguard public funds,” he said.He promised to make his leadership inclusive, thereby calling on his supporters and the citizens in general to reconcile, whatever the differences, to live and work  in peace and unity.“I am appealing to everyone of you to come together as one body, so we can move our development agenda forward, because this is no time to campaign,” Domah said.He said that nobody in the 2017 October legislative race was more qualified or had better ideas than the rest of the contestants; but if they come together they can make the district better again since the election was over.“No matter what tribe you speak, which religion you belong to and which party one voted for, my heart remains freely open to all, because I am here to embrace everyone so that we can work together,” the Representative said.“District #7 is centrally located, whatever we do here can easily spread to the rest of the County and if we come together and put our differences aside, Nimba County will follow suit,” he said.Domah’s victory in the October 2017 legislative election was challenged by one of the contestants,  Evan Koah, over alleged fraud. However the Supreme Court ruled in Domah’s favor.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more