Anoka-Ramsey Community College Golden Rams Men’s Basketball Team Defeat St. Cloud Tech 86-72

January 13, 2010

The Anoka-Ramsey Community College Men’s basketball team got back on the winning track Saturday, Jan. 9 by defeating St. Cloud Technical College, 86-72.

A renewed defensive effort in the second half proved to be the difference as the Golden Rams picked up the pace and forced a season-high 31 turnovers for the game, including 20 steals.

On the offensive end, the Golden Rams once again made their living off of transition baskets and three-point shots. For the fifth straight game the Golden Rams attempted at least 30 three’s (38) and made at least ten (13).

Leading the way for the Golden Rams was Trey Scott with a season-high 37 points and 7 steals. Quincy Bethea Jr. flirted with a triple-double as he recorded 19 points, 9 rebounds, and 7 steals. Charley Baker and Ben Snyder chipped in with 11 points and 10 points respectively.

The Golden Rams are now 7-8 on the season, already one more win than they had all of last season.  Full team statistics can be found at .

Up next for the Anoka-Ramsey Golden Rams is a home game vs. Riverland Community College, Wednesday, Jan. 13,  8pm at the Anoka-Ramsey Community College Coon Rapids Campus Gymnasium.

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Anoka-Ramsey Community College, with campuses in Cambridge and Coon Rapids, has been a leading provider of higher education and training in East Central Minnesota since 1978 and the north suburban area of Minneapolis/St. Paul since 1965. Annually, the college serves more than 10,000 learners of all ages as they pursue associate degrees that transfer as the first two years of a bachelor's degree, or certificate programs that lead immediately to rewarding careers. In fiscal year 2008, the Continuing Education and Customized Training division generated more than 4,800 registrations in both credit and non-credit courses. Anoka-Ramsey Community College is a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System, which includes 32 institutions on 54 campuses.