2003-2004 Roster

2003-2004 Schedule & Results

 

2003-2004 Season Previews & Info Online!

Check out this season preview article from on the Santa Cruz Sentinel website... "Cabrillo Men: Looking for a Conference Title."

Click here to read the 2003-2004 season preview, an interview with Head Coach Tony Marcopulos.

Finally, check out our 2003-2004 Media Guide / Game Program (6 MB)... now available online!

 

GAME SUMMARIES:

Game #1 - 'Hawks Win Season Opener!

The Seahawks (1-0) won their season opener 50-39 over Butte College on Nov 11th.  The 'Hawks overcame a cold-shooting first half by dominating the interior in the second half.  Anthony Robinson lead all scorers with 13 points and he grabbed 8 rebounds. 

Cabrillo also demonstrated how they finished last season ranked #8 in the state in team defense, allowing Butte only 39 points (Butte had scored 77 in their season opener).
 

Game #2 - Cabrillo Wins Again, Beating DeAnza 60-55

Cabrillo (2-0) beat  DeAnza College 60-55 on Wednesday, Nov. 19th.

The Seahawks overcame a 3-point shooting barrage by DeAnza (1-1) to win their second straight game. DeAnza made eight 3-point shots in the first 20 minutes of play, on their way to a 36-24 halftime lead. However, Cabrillo closed out the game with a 20-7 run during the last 10 minutes.

A 3-pointer by Vince Inglima gave the 'Hawks their first lead in the 2nd half. Then, after DeAnza had tied the game at 55, Maurice Miller's offensive rebound and putback put Cabrillo in the lead for good. Julian Hatcher's "dagger" from 3-point land with about 1 minute left to play put the nail in DeAnza's coffin.

Vince Inglima had 15 points to lead Cabrillo. Anthony Robinson and Maurice Miller each added 10 points. Robinson also grabbed 11 rebounds.

Newspaper Article: Santa Cruz Sentinel

 

Game #3 - Seahawks Down Contra Costa 66-62 for their Third Straight Win!

 

Cabrillo (3-0) beat  Contra Costa College 66-62 on Saturday, Nov. 22nd. The Seahawks surged to a 34-20 halftime lead and then fought off a Contra Costa (1-4) comeback attempt to win their third straight game.

Maurice Miller had 17 points and 9 rebounds, leading the 'Hawks in both categories. Vince Inglima and Anthony Robinson were also in double figures for Cabrillo, scoring 10 points each. Julian Hatcher had 5 assists to go with his 6 points.

Newspaper Article: Santa Cruz Sentinel

 

Game #4 - 15th-ranked Cabrillo Suffers First Defeat

 

15th-ranked Cabrillo lost 56-62 at 4th-ranked Ohlone College on Tuesday, November 25th. Cabrillo (3-1) got off to a good start in their first road game of the season and were leading 32-30 at halftime. However, Ohlone's leading scorer for the evening, Holmes, scored 13 of his game-high 23 points in the 2nd half as Ohlone (6-0) earned the victory.

 

Vince Inglima scored 12 points to lead the Seahawks. James Drake scored 10 points while Julian Hatcher and Kevin Dyess both added 9 points. Anthony Robinson grabbed 13 rebounds.

Newspaper Article: Santa Cruz Sentinel

 

Games #5, 6, & 7 - 'Hawks Take 2nd Place at D.V.C. Tourney

The Cabrillo College Seahawks were in Pleasant Hill this past weekend competing in the Diablo Valley College Tournament.  Cabrillo played well in the first two rounds to earn their way into the championship game.  However, a poor shooting night (29%) against host D.V.C. cost them the tournament title. Cabrillo forward Vince Inglima was named to the All-Tournament Team. Here are the results:

FIRST ROUND: #15 Cabrillo beat Butte 61 - 43

Leading Scorers: Kevin Dyess (14 points), Julian Hatcher (13 points)

Newspaper Article: Santa Cruz Sentinel

SEMI-FINALS: #15 Cabrillo beat Consumnes River 72 - 63

Leading Scorers: Vince Inglima & Maurice Miller (15 points)

Newspaper Article: Santa Cruz Sentinel

CHAMPIONSHIP: #15 Cabrillo lost to #6 D.V.C. 37 - 63

Leading Scorers: Vince Inglima (13 points)

 

Games #8, 9 & 10 - Cabrillo Falls in Skyline Tournament 3rd-Place Game

Cabrillo competed in the Skyline College Tournament.  Click here to see the tournament bracket.  Cabrillo center Murphy Stewart earned recognition as a member of the All-Tournament Team. Game by game results are posted below:

FIRST ROUND: #10 Cabrillo beat #8 Columbia 83 - 68

Leading Scorers: Vince Inglima (19 pts), Julian Hatcher (14 pts), Maurice Miller (14 pts), Anthony Robinson (12 pts)

Summary: Cabrillo lead by as many as 23 points in the second half and fought off a late Columbia 3-point barrage. Columbia was unable to match-up with the Seahawk's strong presence in the paint down the stretch. Cabrillo shot 51% for the game and held Columbia to only 40% shooting.

SEMI-FINALS: #10 Cabrillo lost to #6 D.V.C. 49 - 58

Leading Scorers: Murphy Stewart (17 pts)

Summary: Tonight's semi-final match-up was a re-match of last Sunday's DVC Tournament championship game which DVC won 63-37. Although Cabrillo once again displayed a strong inside game (lead by Stewart's season-high 17 points), the Seahawks had no answer for DVC forward Mo Charlo, who scored a game-high 20 points.  DVC, who scored 100 points in the tournament's first round, improved to 7-1 while Cabrillo dropped to 6-3.

3rd-PLACE GAME: Cabrillo lost to Merritt 68 - 71

Leading Scorers: Vince Inglima (14 pts), Maurice Miller (12 pts), Anthony Robinson (12 pts), Murphy Stewart (10 pts)

Games #11, 12 & 13 - Cabrillo Takes 3rd-Place At The Chabot Tournament

Cabrillo took 3rd-place in the Chabot Tournament with a 58 - 53 victory over Alameda. Maurice Miller averaged 17.7 points per game during the tournament.

FIRST ROUND: #11 Cabrillo beat Solano 65 - 56

Leading Scorers: Maurice Miller (19 points), Murphy Stewart (12 points)

SEMI-FINALS: #11 Cabrillo lost to #1 Fresno City 80 - 109

Leading Scorers: Maurice Miller (22 points), Anthony Robinson (13 points), Julian Hatcher (12 points)

3RD-PLACE GAME : #11 Cabrillo beat #15 Alameda 58 - 53

Leading Scorers: Vince Inglima (18 points), Murphy Stewart (16 points), Maurice Miller (12 points)

 

Game # 14 - Cabrillo Cruises Past Skyline 71-59, Seahawks Still Unbeaten At Home

#12 Cabrillo defeated Skyline College 71-59 on Dec. 30th to remain undefeated (4-0) at home. After a hard fought first half that ended with Cabrillo leading 29-27, the Seahawks surged ahead with 2 three-point shots from Vince Inglima and then held a double-digit lead the rest of the way.  Leading scorer for Cabrillo was Vince Inglima with 18 points. Murphy Stewart and Maurice Miller each scored 14 points while Anthony Robinson also scored in double-figures with 12.

 

Game # 15 - 'Hawks Edged 69-67 by #9 San Francisco

#12 Cabrillo lost 67 - 69 to #9 San Francisco City College on the road on January 2nd. Vince Inglima lead Cabrillo with a season-high 25 points while Julian Hatcher scored 14 points and Murphy Stewart added 10.

 

Game #16 - 'Hawks Fall Short At #2 Chabot, Lose 76-65

#12 Cabrillo lost 65 - 76 on the road at #2 Chabot College on Jan. 7th. After falling behind by 19 points early in the game, Cabrillo cut the lead to 5 before trailing 38-29 at the half. In the 2nd half the Seahawks surged to a 6 point lead at 56-50 before Chabot mounted a comeback of their own. Cabrillo drops to 9-7 overall while Chabot improved to 13-2.

 

Game #17 - Cabrillo Rolls Past Foothill College 73-61

Cabrillo defeated Foothill College 73-61 on Saturday, January 10th in their last non-conference game of the season.  The Seahawks improved to 10-7 overall while Foothill dropped to 9-7 overall. The Seahawks, who were ahead 35-30 at halftime, used an 18-3 run to surge ahead by as many as 19 points in the 2nd half. Cabrillo scored 24 points in the paint and had a 20-10 rebounding advantage in the 2nd half.

Maurice Miller made four 3-point shots and had 22 points (17 in the first half) to lead the Cabrillo attack.  Vince Inglima scored 17 of his 19 points in the 2nd half as the Seahawks pulled away.  Murphy Stewart dominated inside, scoring 16 points and grabbing 15 rebounds.

Game #18 - 'Hawks Drop League Opener, Losing 65-51 at #8 San Jose City College

In the Coast Conference opener for both schools, #8 San Jose City defeated #12 Cabrillo 65-51 on January 16th. Maurice Miller scored 21 points to lead the Seahawks (10-8, 0-1) and Murphy Stewart added 13 points.

Game #19 - Seahawks Defeat Gavilan 52 - 43

#15 Cabrillo (11-8, 1-1) beat Gavilan College (2-15, 1-1) on January 21st by a score of 52-43. Murphy Stewart scored a season-high 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Cabrillo. Maurice Miller was also in double figures with 12 points. Santa Cruz Sentinel article: Cabrillo Remains Perfect

Game #20 - Cabrillo Knocks Off #10 West Valley 58-55!

#15 Cabrillo knocked off #10 West Valley 58-55 on January 24th, holding on to 2nd place in the Coast Conference South and remaing undefeated (7-0) at home! Only San Jose City College (3-0) is ahead of the Seahawks in the league standings.

Despite losing the rebounding battle 29-18, the Seahawks took care of the ball (only 9 turnovers) and shot their way to a hard-fought victory. After trailing 21-25 at the half, Cabrillo made 8 out of 14 3-point shots in the 2nd half.

Cabrillo (12-8, 2-1) had four players score in double-figures: Vince Inglima(18), Dylan Marvin(14), Julian Hatcher(11), and Maurice Miller (10). Jordan Crumley scored 14 points to lead West Valley (11-8, 1-2).

Game #21 - 'Hawks Lose At Monterey Peninsula 62-56

#12 Cabrillo lost at Monterey Peninsula College 62-56 on Wednesday night. The Seahawks were plagued by poor shooting in the first half and trailed 26-13 at the intermission. Cabrillo warmed up in the 2nd half and outscored MPC 43-36 after halftime.  Maurice Miller and Julian Hatcher combined for 36 2nd-half points but it was too little, too late for the Seahawks.

Maurice Miller scored 23 of his season-high 27 points in the 2nd half to lead Cabrillo while Julian Hatcher added 16 points. Monterey Peninsula improved to 3-1 in Coast Conference play while Cabrillo drops to 2-2.

Game #22 - Cabrillo Drops 59-55 Decision At Hartnell

#12 Cabrillo lost at Hartnell College 59-55 on Saturday night despite leading 26-24 at the half. Maurice Miller scored 25 points to lead the Seahawks (12-10, 2-3).  Dylan Marvin added 11 points and Vince Inglima chipped in 10 points.


Game #23 - #11 Cabrillo Loses 3rd Straight: San Jose City Wins Tight Game 64-54

#15 Cabrillo lost a tough battle with #11 San Jose City College 54-64 on Saturday, February 7th. It was Cabrillo's first loss at home this season (7-1). San Jose City (16-7, 6-0) maintained control of first place in the Coast Conference South.

Cabrillo (12-11, 2-4) closed the 1st half on a 12-6 run to tie the game at 35.  San Jose City jumped out to a 9 point lead at 35-44 early in the 2nd half before Cabrillo went on a 10-0 run to take a 45-44 lead with 13:10 left in the game.  However, San Jose shot over 50% from the floor for the game to pull away.

Maurice Miller scored 21 points to lead Cabrillo. Vince Inglima added 13 points.

Game #24 - Cabrillo Loses At Gavilan 59-61

Game #25 - Cabrillo Loses At West Valley 70-60

Cabrillo trailed 37-21 at the half. In the 2nd half, the Seahawks cut the lead to 7 but couldn't get any closer down the stretch. Vince Inglima scored 21 points to lead Cabrillo while Maurice Miller added 17.

Game #26 - Seahawks Hammer MPC 74 - 41!

Still clinging to slim playoff hopes, Cabrillo hammered Monterey Peninsula College 74 - 41 on Wednesday night. The Seahawks sprinted out to a 12-2 lead on the strength of four made 3-point shots (2 each from Vince Inglima and Maurice Miller) and never looked back. Cabrillo led 45-22 at the half after making all 7 of their 3-point attempts. The 'Hawks increased their lead to as many as 34 in the 2nd half before cruising to the 33-point victory. Cabrillo shot 59% from the field and out-rebounded MPC 32-20.

Vince Inglima led all scorers with a season-high tying 27 points (21 coming in the first half) while Maurice Miller added 26 points (22 in the first half).  Julian Hatcher chipped in 8 points (including 2 3's), all in the 2nd half.

Game #27 - 'Hawks Finish Season Strong, Defeating Hartnell 65 - 53

Cabrillo defeated Hartnell College 65-53 on Saturday night to finish in 3rd place in the Coast Conference South. The 'Hawks finish the regular season with a winning record for the first time since 1984! Cabrillo's winning percentage has improved in each of four seasons that Tony Marcopulos has been at the helm.

The 'Hawks, who finish the regular season ranked #3 in the state in team defense (allowing only 60.7 ppg), held Hartnell to 39% shooting.  Cabrillo also won the battle of the boards 29-24. The Seahawks held their largest lead at 58-44 with 7:19 left in the game when Hartnell went on a 9-0 run to cut the lead to 5 with 1:30 left. However, Cabrillo responded with a 7-0 run to put the game away.

The Seahawks, who executed their offense very effectively, were led by Maurice Miller's 27 points.  Julian Hatcher scored 12 points including 2 3-point shots made. Vince Inglima added 11 points on 5-6 shooting and grabbed 6 rebounds. Brandon Schuyler chipped in 8 points (on 4-4 shooting) and grabbed 4 rebounds. Dylan Marvin scored 4 points, grabbed 6 rebounds and handed out 3 assists while directing the Cabrillo offense.

 

SEASON-END INFORMATION

Seahawks Miss The Playoffs

Despite earning a winning record (14-13) for the first time in 20 years, Cabrillo will miss out on the 2004 State Playoffs. The Seahawks have made the playoffs in each of Coach Marcopulos' previous 3 seasons at Cabrillo. However, state budget cuts forced the COA to reduce the number of playoff teams in the state from 64 to 32 (16 from the north and 16 from the south). For more details... Click here to read an article in the Santa Cruz Sentinel

 

'Hawks Finish Season Strong, Wind Up 9-1 at Home!

Cabrillo closed out the 2003-2004 season with consecutive wins over Monterey Peninsula College and Hartnell College to finish the season with a record of 9-1 at home!  The Seahawks defeated MPC 74 - 41 on February 18th and beat Hartnell 65 - 53 on February 21st.  With those wins, Cabrillo captured 3rd place in the Coast Conference's South Division. The Cabrillo Men's Basketball Program continues to improve under the direction of Head Coach Tony Marcopulos. Cabrillo's winning percentage has improved in each of four seasons that he has been at the helm.

 

Cabrillo Defense Ranked #2 in the State!

The 'Hawks finished the regular season as California's second best defensive team! Cabrillo allowed an average of only 60.7 points per game for the entire season.  During Coast Conference play, the Seahawks allowed only 57.3 ppg. Click here to see team defense statistics for every team in the state

 

Seahawks Honored By Coast Conference

Maurice Miller - 1st Team All-Conference, League leader in scoring at 21.3 ppg, had 7th best 3-point percentage in league games at 40.3%

Vince Inglima - 2nd Team All-Conference (2nd year in a row), League's #12 scorer at 12.2 ppg.

Julian Hatcher - Honorable Mention All-Conference, League's #16 scorer at 9.4 ppg.

Best Record In 20 Years Not Enough,

INGLIMA, MARVIN, MURPHY AND SCHUYLER

ALL SIGN TO PLAY AT FOUR YEAR SCHOOLS

Vince Inglima, Dylan Marvin, Murphy Stewart and Brandon Schuyler have all signed on to play at four year institutions for the 2004-2005 school year.

Cabrillo College forward Vince Inglima has accepted a basketball scholarship to attend Sonoma State University in the fall of 2004.  Inglima earned All-Coast Conference (South) 2nd team honors two years in a row. Inglima is also a 3.9 student while at Cabrillo.

Marvin, a 6'2" starting point guard for the Seahawks in 2003-2004, will be attending Occidental College in the Fall. Marvin, from Corvallis, OR., concluded his two year career at Cabrillo with a 4.0 GPA. Occidental College is located in Southern California and is without question one of the elite academic institutions in the country.

Stewart, a 6'9" Forward/Center, has signed on to play at Bethany College in the Fall. Stewart's outstanding athletic ability caught the eye of many Four year colleges at the Div. 1 and 2 levels. However, Stewart's local ties have kept him close to home so that all can follow his career closely. Stewart is a 2001 Santa Cruz High graduate.

Schuyler, a 6'6" forward also from Corvallis, OR., will join Vince Inglima at Sonoma State University. Schuyler finished his two year career at Cabrillo with a 3.0 GPA.

 

 
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