DU Basketball Will Begin Playoffs On Sunday

by Irv Moss

The #3 seed Denver Pioneers will play in the Sun Belt Conference basketball tournament this weekend without junior guard Chase Hallam, a starter in all 90 games of his college career since his freshman season in 2009-10.

The 6-foot-5 Hallam is sidelined for the rest of the season with a back injury. He accompanied the Pioneers to Hot Springs, Ark., where they play #6 seed South Alabama in the quarterfinals Sunday at 7:45 p.m. mountain.

He missed DU's final regular-season game Sunday against North Texas and an MRI revealed a fractured disc in his upper back [read entire article].

7 comments:

dggoddard said...

DU's Women's team will play Florida International on Sunday morning. Check DenverPioneers.com for start time and internet viewing options.

mightejoe said...

And Boone is here. Wore my Boone shirt and quicy recognized

Anonymous said...

DU Women lose to Florida International 67-59.

Poor finish to very good year.

timt89 said...

Middle Tenn just fell...Good news

J. Kimmel said...

Streaming live on http://www.sunbeltsports.org/ for $6. A little surprised to see the stands are only maybe 10% full. DU up 15-9 in 1st quarter.

Anonymous said...

No one cares about DU and South Alabama in Arkansas.

The big news is Middle Tennessee (#1 seed) got knocked out by #9 seed Ark. State.

Table is set for DU,

Anonymous said...

DU up 27-22 at half. DU looks rusty after 8 day layoff.

Lot's of fouls in the first half. Depth will crucial in the second half.