Lowe hands off 10 assists in win (Basketball)
January 2, 2011
Marcus Lowe of Anchorage dropped enough dimes to make dollar against D’Youville College in NCAA D3 action.
The 5-foot-8 junior point guard keyed a 78-59 victory for Rochester Institute of Technology by scoring 6 points and adding a career-high 10 assists in 24 minutes.
Lowe, of Service High fame, leads RIT with 32 assists in nine games.
He is averaging 5.4 points, 3.6 assists and 2.0 steals (all career highs) despite playing limited minutes.
RIT has got to have one of the longest benches in the country. Incredibly, 20 players have seen the court and a dozen of them average at least 8.8 minutes per game.
Somehow, Lowe finds a way to play 23.9 per contest despite only making four starts.