Robinson Scores 13 in United States Win

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Dominican Republic--The final night of basketball in the Dominican Repbublic was the best of all, with the high school all star team against Aborigen, San Juan, DR and the College Stars against the Dominican National Team. The games were played in the Sports Arena where the Pan American games were played last year before the largest crowd of the week, and was broadcast over the country's sports channel. Both teams came away with a win, and both teams ended the tour 4-0.

The college stars jumped out to an early 12 point lead in the first quarter with a 7-0 run with the shooting of Shawan Robinson of Clemson University , who made 2 three point FG's and 1 two point FG and the rebounding of Brandon Wallace of the University of South Carolina , only to have the Dominican National's put together an 8-0 run, as the US college stars led at the end of the frist quarter 25-19. The second quarter saw Michael Campbell of Mississippi State University come alive with his rebounding and scoring 8 points to give the US Stars a 6 point lead at the half time lead. Michael Campbell continued his torrid pace with 10 points in the third quarter, but the Dominican National outscored the US Stars
22-18 and cut the lead to 2 points, 65-63. The Dominican National team took it's first lead in the game at 73-71 with 2:49 left in the fourth quarter. But the US stars recaptured the lead and built a 7 point lead and held on to win by hitting on 8 of it's last 10 free throws. The final score was the Score International All Stars 89 and the Dominican Nationals 83. Michael Campbell of Mississippi State led all scorers with 28 points, and Brandon Wallace of South Carolina was the leading rebounder with 18 and scored 11 points. Michael Joiner of Florida State had 14 points and Shawan Robinson of Clemson added 13 points.

The teams left Saturday for their return trip the United States.

                      Scoring        Rebounds        Assists
Michael Campbell        28                15
Michael Joiner          14                 8
Shawan Robinson         13
Brandon Wallace         11                18
Lewis Monroe             8                               2
Tre Kelley               7                               7
Shaun Holtz              6                 4
Ricky Hood               2                               2

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