HOUSTON -- The College of Charleston's Andrew Goudelock continued his fantastic weekend, scoring a team-high 21 points for the West to lead his team to a 113-108 victory over the East in the National Association of Basketball Coaches College All-Star Game on Friday at Reliant Stadium, site of the NCAA Final Four.
Goudelock, who won the 3-Point Shooting Championship in Houston the night before, hit 8 of 17 (47 percent) field-goal attempts, including 5 of 12 (42 percent) shots from 3-point range. He also had three rebounds, one assist and one turnover.
"It has been a fun experience," said Goudelock, Charleston's all-time leading scorer. "I wanted to take advantage of the opportunity to come to Texas and do some great things. It's an honor to have participated in such a prestigious game and 3-point event. I am happy we won today, and it was a really good weekend for me."
The West team rallied from a 13-point second half deficit for the victory. Six players on the West team scored in double figures, including Morehead State's Kenneth Faried, who had 17 points and 18 rebounds.
The East team, coached by former University of South Carolina coach Bill Foster, was led by Georgetown's Austin Freeman, who also scored 21 points.
Goudelock will travel next to the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament to be held April 6-9 in Portsmouth, Va. The event annually serves as a pre-NBA draft camp featuring some of the best college basketball players. He was one of 64 players across the country to receive an invitation, including South Carolina's Sam Muldrow.
The Post and Courier's Tommy Braswell compiled this report. He can be reached at email@example.com.