Three Stars of the Day: Ramon, Troyer, McCamey

    
February 8th, 2008

Three Stars of The Day

 

We handpick the best performances of the day, whether it be stat lines that make you drool, or clutch performances.  Either way, its our way of showing the love:

 

Ronal Ramon - Pittsburgh

Only hit two field goals, but gets the top spot for hitting the game-winning three to beat WVU at the buzzer

 

Chad Troyer - Pacific

Paced the Tigers with 30 points, as they moved into a tie for first in the Big West by beating Northridge in OT.

 

Demetri McCamey - Illinois

The freshman blew past his previous high by scoring 31 points, although the Illini fell in double-OT

 

Other Top Performers

 

Lester Hudson - UT-Martin - Another monster game for Hudson with 38 points, 9 boards, and 6 dimes

 

OJ Mayo - USC - The Trojans won for the 6th time in 7 games as Mayo scored 29, his highest output of the year

 

KC Rivers - Clemson - Set a new career-high of 32 points, and made eight threes as the tigers destroyed Virginia

 

 

Previous Stars of the Day

February 6th - Michael Beasley, Kansas State

February 4th - Todd Golden, Saint Mary's

February 3rd - Tyler Hansbrough, UNC

January 30th - Chase Budinger, Arizona

January 29th - Beasley/Walker, Kansas State

January 28th - Chris Godzinski, Wofford

January 27th - DeMarcus Nelson, Duke

January 26th - Hackett/Lewis/Mayo, USC

January 24th - Jerryd Bayless, Arizona

January 22nd - Patrick Patterson, Kentucky

January 21st - DJ Augustin, Texas

January 20th - Dezmon Harris, Weber State

January 19th - James Gist, Maryland

January 18th - Abbott/Harden, Arizona State

January 17th - Dionte Christmas, Temple

January 14th - Roy Hibbert, Georgetown

January 11th - Lester Hudson, Tennessee-Martin

January 9th - DJ White, Indiana

January 8th - Lester Hudson, Tennessee-Martin

January 7th - Wayne Ellington, UNC

January 6th - Shan Foster, Vanderbilt

January 5th - Damon Huffman, Brown

January 4th - Luke Harangody, Notre Dame

January 3rd - Damon Huffman, Brown

January 2nd - Martin Zeno, Texas Tech

November/December Star of the Day Archive