BATHURST'S Will Cranston-Lown has been busy filling up the stat sheet in impressive fashion for the Regis University Rangers during the Colorado college's three game winning streak over the past two weeks.
The starting guard was instrumental in the Rangers' recent run of success against St Mary's University (89-81), San Francisco State University (78-75) and Wednesday morning's latest victory over SAGU American Indian College (91-63).
Cranston-Lown had a busy 37 minutes of action in the St Mary's clash, helping his side claim their first win of the season with 14 points, seven rebounds and six assists.
The well-rounded performance from Cranston-Lown, currently in his junior season, is the closest he's home to the fabled triple-double territory in his career with the NCAA Division II college.
Rangers then completed a massive second half comeback in their game with SFSU, at one stage down by 15 points.
Cranston-Lown's lay-up put Rangers up by a point inside the last 10 seconds and saw him finish with nine points, five rebounds and three assists.
Then in just 23 minutes of play against SAGU the Bathurst guard had 11 points, five rebounds and four assists in an efficient shooting performance.
Rangers have two more games at their home court at Regis Field House before their Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference matchups begin on November 30.
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