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MOUNT MERCY UNIVERSITY: Mckinney Hits Milestone in Mustang Win


By Press release submission | Jan 21, 2020


Mount Mercy University issued the following announcement on Jan. 16

Dennis McKinney (JR/Chicago, Ill.) poured in a game-high 26 points while becoming the 22nd player in school history to reach the 1,000-point mark in Mount Mercy's 97-64 rout of Culver-Stockton in a Heart of America Athletic Conference men's basketball game Wednesday night at Hennessey Recreation Center.

The Mustangs (9-8, 4-7 Heart) now prepare for Saturday's showdown with NAIA Division I third-ranked William Penn (16-1, 10-1 Heart). After a narrow 81-75 win at Central Methodist on Wednesday, the Statesmen bring a 10-game winning streak to Hennessey Rec Center for a 4:00 p.m. tipoff.

McKinney, Mount Mercy's leading scorer this season at 17.6 points per game, buried seven 3-pointers in Wednesday's runaway victory over Culver-Stockton (3-13, 2-10 Heart). He was 9-of-16 from the field overall and 7-of-11 beyond the arc while also grabbing a game-high nine rebounds. He sits in 21st place on Mount Mercy's career scoring list with 1,011 points.

Five more Mustangs also hit double figures against the Wildcats. RoyShawn Webb (JR/Cedar Rapids, Iowa) tallied 16 points, four rebounds, and five assists. Bailey Basala (JR/Moline, Ill.) chipped in 11 points, while Streeter McIlravy (JR/Solon, Iowa), Tyler Kelley (SO/Manchester, Iowa), and DJ Johnson (JR/San Antonio, Texas) added 10 points apiece. Webb also finished with a game-high five assists.

Michael Johnson was Culver-Stockton's top scorer with 19 points. Mason Vires had 15 points, Thaddeus Newby 11 points to go along with nine rebounds. Javier March dished out three assists.

Original source can be found here.

Source: Iowa State University

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