Cal Poly Pomona basketball players honored

Cal Poly Pomona claimed both CCAA Basketball Player of the week honors with senior guard Reyana Colson chosen the top player on the women’s side and junior forward Dwayne Fells selected on the men’s side.

Colson was named tournament Most Valuable Player after leading the Broncos (6-0) to a 2-0 record at the GNAC/CCAA Challenge. She averaged 25.5 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals in leading Cal Poly Pomona to wins over Western Oregon and Northwest Nazarene.

It is the second time this season she has been so honored.

Fells helped the Broncos (3-3) to a split of their games at the Grand Canyon Christmas Classic. He averaged 19 points, 7.5 rebounds and 2 blocks in a loss to Montana State-Billings and a win over Simon Fraser. He shot 64 percent from the field (16-for-25).

Both teams return to action on Dec. 29, hosting San Francisco State as the teams resume CCAA play.

It’s 10-10 at 15:41

Well we’re at the first time out at Cameron Indoor Stadium in the battle of the Division I and II champions. So far so good for the Broncos. It’s 10-10. Who would have thought?

The Broncos started out strong and scored on a layup by Tobias Jahn off the opening tipoff. Intimidated they’re not.
Jahn has six points and Dwayne Fells has four. Jahn even lowered his shoulder and elbowed his way past 6-10 Mason Plumlee for his second hoop. He looks more physical than he ever did in the past. 
Fells just knocked a Duke defender to the floor going for an offensive rebound. 
Now 17-14 Duke with 12:25 left in the half.
Second timeout of the game and it’s 21-14 Duke with 11:51 left in the half. 
The Broncos are holding their own. But they’re not getting any calls. They know better than to expect one though!