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Photojournalism: No. 10 Jaguars remain undefeated after Saturday win

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Tyrese Mapp of Allen, left, and Daniel Allen of Augusta battle for a rebound on Dec. 4 at Christenberry Fieldhouse. Photo by Mike Adams

It was all Jaguars as Augusta University’s men’s basketball team destroyed Allen University of Columbia 126-39 Dec. 4 at Christenberry Fieldhouse.

The Jags showed no mercy from the get-go, leading handily at halftime 67-10.

John Whitehead of Augusta, right, battles with NyQuan McCombs of Allen for a rebound on Saturday, Dec. 4, Christenberry Fieldhouse,. Photo by Mike Adams

Going into the match, Augusta was ranked 10 in the most recent NCAA National Rankings, released by the National Association of Basketball Coaches Dec. 1, according to the Augusta Jaguars athletics website, augustajags.com.

Darren Lucas White of Augusta, left, drives to the basket as Josh Linder of Allen defends on Dec. 4 at Christenberry Fieldhouse. Photo by Mike Adams

The Jags defeated Claflin College 77-53 Dec. 2.

Augusta University is 7-0 on the year and will host the College of Coastal Georgia Dec. 11.

Adonnis Tolbert of Augusta, center, grabs a rebound against Allen on Dec. 4 at Christenberry Fieldhouse. Photo by Mike Adams
Daniel Allen of Augusta, left, and Calvin McCutcheon of Allen battle for a loose ball on Saturday, Dec. 4, 2021 at Christenberry Fieldhouse. Photo by Mike Adams
Davis Viti of Augusta, back, attempts a shot over Tyrese Mapp of Allen on Dec. 4 at Christenberry Fieldhouse. Photo by Mike Adams
Darren Lucas White of Augusta attempts a shot against Allen on Saturday, Dec. 4 t Christenberry Fieldhouse. Photo by Mike Adams.
Tyrese Mapp of Allen, left, and Adonnis Tolbert battle for a rebound on Saturday, Dec. 4, at Christenberry Fieldhouse. Photo by Mike Adams
Adonnis Tolbert of Augusta tries to grab a rebound against Allen on Saturday, Dec. 4, at Christenberry Fieldhouse. Photo by Mike Adams
Miguel Arnold of Augusta drives in for a layup against Allen on Saturday, Dec. 4 at Christenberry Fieldhouse. Photo by Mike Adams

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