The Mauro Panaggio Tournament started at noon with Wooster College and St. Joseph’s tipping off to an exciting matchup.

Wooster’s College pulled away from St. Josephs, 65-57, with dominant guard play from Spencer Williams, who shot 66 percent from the free throw line, finishing with 22 points and 6 assists. St. Joseph’s Darian Berry, who was named All-Tournament, led the Monks with 18 points. and 7 rebounds. Watch the game at https://livestream.com/dmesports/events/7982077/videos/167354929.

Next game, Whittier College fell short to Brockport 92-108 with Brockport’s front line dominating the game. Four out of five starters scored double digits, with all of them having fifteen plus points. Hamed Shamseldin had a triple-double of 23 points, 11 assists, and 11 rebounds. Justin Summers finished with 25 points, Josh Nelson had 22 points, and Tyler Collins had 15 points.
Whittier’s Victor Nwaba finished with 19 points and 9 rebounds. Watch the game at https://livestream.com/dmesports/events/7982176/videos/167361807.

Monday was filled with teams ready to play to make a statement. Consolation game consisted of St. Joseph’s and Whittier at noon. Whittier trailed St. Joseph’s most of the way but Whittier pulled away 84-79 in the late second half. Victor Nwaba had a tournament-high of 23 points and 9 rebounds and was named All-Tournament for Whittier. Watch the game at https://livestream.com/dmesports/events/7983389/videos/167397090.

Championship game, Wooster and Brockport went head to head at 2 pm. Wooster overpowered 81-67 Brockport with defense and great guard play. Wooster’s Spencer Williams had a tournament-high with 25 points. He was also named All-Tournament, along with Alex Baptiste who had a double-double of 15 points and 11 rebounds. Watch the game at https://livestream.com/dmesports/events/7983394/videos/167401594.

Brockport Shamseldin scored 15 points and Justin Summers scored 16 points. Both Shamseldin and Summers were named All-Tournament for Brockport.

Spencer Williams energy and guard play earned him All-Tournament MVP, scoring 47 points during the two-day tournament.