Te’Jour Riley’s 17 Points Leads McGill To Victory

February 23, 2013

tejour rileyBermuda’s Te’Jour Riley scored 17 points as No.10-ranked McGill outlasted visiting Laval 71-70 in RSEQ men’s university basketball at Love Competition Hall on Thursday [Feb 21].

The result clinched first-place for the Redmen (10-4) with one game remaining before playoffs, marking McGill’s first regular season title in a dozen years, dating back to the 2000-01 campaign.

It also meant that both the Redmen and Martlet hoops squads finished first in the same season, a rare achievement that appears to never have been accomplished previously at the University.

Riley shot 8-for-13 from the floor and went 1-for-2 from the free-throw line. He added four rebounds, five assists and a steal before fouling out.

The 6ft 4in Bermudian basketballer was previously awarded a $20,000 scholarship by Digicel to continue his studies at McGill. He aspires to be a lawyer and is pursuing a double major in Political Science and English.

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  1. Oke Dokes says:

    Well Done!!

  2. Congrats Son,
    We are proud!
    I/We love you!
    Your number1 Fan!
    TeTe Basketball

  3. Proud of You says:

    Great job Te’Jour, keep up the good work! From your fans in Khyber Heights.