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Originally published Tuesday, November 13, 2007 at 12:00 AM

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Capsule Preview | UW vs. New Jersey Tech, 8 p.m.

P Huskies HT PPG* F Jon Brockman 6-7 14. 2 F Quincy Pondexter 6-6 10. 7 G Joel Smith 6-4 3. 7 G Venoy Overton 5-11 n/a G Justin Dentmon...

New Jersey Tech at Washington

8 tonight at Edmundson Pavilion

TV/Radio: None/KJR 950 AM

Records: UW 0-0, NJIT 0-1

High Point vs. Utah

5 tonight at Edmundson Pavilion

High Point: Consensus pick to win Big South. Returns three starters from a team that finished 22-10. Enters the tournament 0-1 having lost at Charlotte on Friday, 61-55. Arizona Reid, a 6-foot-5 forward, was the conference's player of the year last season.

Utah: In first season under Jim Boylen, a former assistant at Michigan State, after firing Ray Giacoletti after an 11-19 record last season. Led by 7-foot-1, 265-pound junior center Luke Nevill. Junior guard Lawrence Borha scored 20 in opening win.

Bob Condotta

P Huskies HT PPG*
F Jon Brockman 6-7 14.2
F Quincy Pondexter 6-6 10.7
G Joel Smith 6-4 3.7
G Venoy Overton 5-11 n/a
G Justin Dentmon 5-11 10.1
P Highlanders HT PPG
F Nesho Milosevic 6-8 8.0
C Dan Stonkus 6-9 2.0
G Justin Garris 6-3 2.0
G Jheryl Wilson 6-3 2.0
G Kraig Peters 6-4 4.0

*Scoring averages for Huskies are from last season; Joel Smith average is from 2005-06.

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