ASU loses in semifinals

Thursday, March 26, 2009 7:59 PM
Last updated 9:09 PM
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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. - Augusta State's season is over.

ASU's Garret Siler (right) goes up against Cal Poly Pomona's Tobias Jahn in Thursday's semifinal game.  Michael Holahan/Staff
Michael Holahan/Staff
ASU's Garret Siler (right) goes up against Cal Poly Pomona's Tobias Jahn in Thursday's semifinal game.

The Jaguars lost to Cal Poly Pomona, 74-70, on Thursday night in the semifinals of the Division II basketball tournament.

No. 4 Augusta State finished the season at 31-4. Unranked Cal Poly Pomona improved to 25-7 and will play in the championship game Saturday.

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Just My Opinion
Just My Opinion 03/26/09 - 08:18 pm
Hard to beat a team that has

Hard to beat a team that has the mojo going that Cal Poly Pomona has this season! Very sincere and hearty congratulations to the Jags for making it this far!! Absolutely NO need to hang your heads, did the whole CSRA proud again! Thank you so much, and be ready to go back again next year!

perception 03/26/09 - 09:37 pm
Are you kidding me opinion?

Are you kidding me opinion? The jags played with no heart tonight. They acted like they were owed a win tonight. The offense is called "motion" for a reason. You are supposed to move. We would get set in our half court and not move at all. When the coaching staff watches the game tape, they will be embarassed by the product they put on the court.

qwerty 03/26/09 - 10:27 pm
Congratulations to another

Congratulations to another historic season Jags. You made us all proud. Don't listen to fair weather fans like "perception." You had a great season and should be very proud. Thank you Jason, Garrett, and Steve. We will miss you and thank you for some great years and for raising ASU basketball to new heights. And for the guys returning, get ready for another run next year. You will have a lot of expectations and we all look forward to seeing you exceed them all. Great year. Thank you for everything.

green3658 03/27/09 - 03:24 am
Good job ASU. You're still

Good job ASU. You're still our CHAMPS

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