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FAU freshman guard Jackson Trapp scores two points in the first half of the Owls' game vs. American on Saturday. (Owl Access Photo)

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FAU 58, American 55

Stefan Moody hits a late 3-pointer to help the Owls win their home opener at the Burrow on Saturday.

Originally published on 11/24/2012

by Owl Access Staff

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  American (2-2, 0-0 Patriot League)
at FAU  (1-3, 0-0 Sun Belt Conference)

Scouting Reports

  • About The Owls: FAU is 4-0 in home-openers under Mike Jarvis. ...F Jordan McCoy leads the Owls with 7.3 rebounds per game after coming into the season averaging 4.0 rebounds per game in his career. ... FAU trails the all-time series with American 1-3 and has lost the last two games vs. the Eagles.
  • About The Eagles:  American, coached by former Virginia coach Jeff Jones, is coming off a 67-53 loss vs. San Francisco, coached by former Owls coach Rex Walters. ...The Eagles had just one offensive rebound vs. the Dons. ...American's other defeat this season was a 72-37 loss to Minnesota in the season-opener.
  • Projected Starting Lineups

American
Coach: Jeff Jones
G Daniel Munoz 6-0 Sr. (10.2 ppg)
G Jesse Reed 6-5 Fr. (2.2 ppg)
G John Schoof 6-5 So. (6.2 ppg)
F Kyle Kager 6-8 So. (1.5 ppg)
F Stephen Lumpkins 6-8 Sr. (15.5 ppg)

Florida Atlantic
Coach:
Mike Jarvis
G Jackson Trapp 6-4 Fr. (7.0 ppg)
G Pablo Bertone 6-2 Jr. (7.3 ppg)
G Greg Gantt 6-2 Sr. (13.3 ppg)
F Jordan McCoy 6-6 Sr.  (6.5 ppg)
C Dragan Sekelja 7-0 Jr. (4.5 ppg)

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Yes, that is the young man. Thanks for the information. I hope he gets a shot somewhere else.

I believe you must be talking about Robert Lohnes. I had not heard why he left.

Sorry to hear that. He was exciting to watch and he seemed to have a lot of heart too. What was his name? I hope another school picks him up.

They wouldn't give him a scholarship so he quit

Owl Access, what ever happened to our punt returner that was from the Tampa area? He was about 5'6" and really fast. I can't remember his name.

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