Tom Herzog ties school record for blocked shots

Posted: December 12, 2010 by Jared Field in College

From the Orlando Sentinel:

UCF senior center Tom Herzog transferred from Michigan State with the hope of making a bigger impact in his final year of college basketball eligibility.

He reaped the rewards of his big move Saturday, earning the first standing ovation of his college career.

Herzog’s play helped propel the Knights (8-0) to a 76-59 win over Bethune-Cookman (4-5) Saturday afternoon at UCF Arena before an announced crowd of 5,094.

He scored 14 points and tied a school record with eight blocked shots in 17 minutes while nursing an injured wrist. Herzog’s dominance in the paint helped the Knights pull away from the scrappy Wildcats.

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Comments
  1. prepfan says:

    Good to see Tom get a chance to play

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