Consecrated Heart’s Parker establishes precedent with 24 helps
Sacred Heart sophomore watchman Cameron Parker had 24 helps on Sunday in a 101- 57 triumph over Division III Pine Manor, the most by a Division I player since helps turned into an official measurement in the 1983- 84 season.The past high for helps was 22, done by four players, most as of late by Oklahoma’s Trae Young in 2017.Parker didn’t score in Sacred Heart’s triumph, turning into the principal player over the past 20 seasons with 20 helps and 0 of every a game.He came into Sunday’s down averaging 6.9 helps per game.Parker tied the imprint with 6:59 left in the game and broke it 32 seconds after the fact, bolstering E.J. Anosike for consecutive layups and giving the Pioneers (4-4) a 85- 49 lead. Parker’s last help additionally prompted an Anosike layup with 5:13 remaining. The Pioneers completed with a school record 33 helps on 42 containers. They likewise had a season-low 10 turnovers.Parker, who set a Northeastern Conference first year recruit record last season with 213 all out helps – 17th best in the country – took only two shots in the game. He included seven bounce back and four takes before heading off to the seat with 3:11 left to play. Parker’s past high for aids a game was 14.Sacred Heart improved to 4-4 on the season with the win.The Associated Press added to this report.