Radford University College Men’s Basketball Team Head Coach Albert Ato Sam has described his team’s 2020 UPAC Title win as a “great feeling”.
He said this in an exclusive interview with Basketballghana.com in the aftermath of leading Radford to clinch its first ever title thanks to a 58-46 win over Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in the final game.
The special edition of the Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges (UPAC) Basketball Championship was played out at the Tema Community 4 Court for the first time ever.
Despite losing 32-47 to KNUST at the preliminary stage, Radford mounted a comeback in the third quarter to reduce the deficit to two points (39-41) and completed the comeback thanks to MVP Lawal Toyin’s marksmanship from three point range.
“It’s a very great feeling, seriously great. I think the first time we participated was three years ago…and we thank God we got this one” Sam stated.
UPAC Is Ghana’s biggest tertiary basketball competition and University of Ghana is the most successful in the competition’s history with four title wins.
By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
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