DURHAM, N.H. - The University of New Hampshire men's basketball team held a blue-white scrimmage Friday night at Lundholm Gymnasium, with the blue squad dominating the exhibition, 99-52.
Senior Austin Ganly (N. Yarmouth, Maine) stole the show for the blue squad with a game-high 30 points, including several spectacular dunks. Ganly also had 10 rebounds, while fellow blue-teamer senior Chris Brown (Boston, Mass.) cleaned up the glass with a game-high 17 boards to go along with 14 points.
Junior Jeff Senulis (Grand Island, N.Y.) led the white squad with 14 points. Sophomore Matt Kauderer (Rydal, Pa.) chipped in with 13 points and 10 rebounds for the white team.
A late surge in the first half broke the game wide open for the blue squad. With 3:23 to go, and the blue team leading 36-27, freshman Roland Williams (Eglin AFB, Fla.) made a layup to start a 12-2 run to end the half, giving the blue a 48-29 lead at the half.
Also playing well for the blue squad were sophomore Allen Gould (Grand Rapids, Mich.) with 14 points, sophomore Marcus Bullock (Cherry Hill, N.J.) with 12, junior Shawn Collette (Westminster, Mass.) with 14 and sophomore Kyle Peterson (Malone, Wisc.) with 12.
The Brooklyn Beasts, originally scheduled to take on the Wildcats in exhibition action, were unable to make the trip due to travelling problems.
The 'Cats open the season at the University of Notre Dame on Nov. 16 .