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Richmond hoopsters among college leaders

Richmond athletes are among the statistical leaders through 10 weeks of the 2012-13 Pacific Western Athletic Association basketball season.

Brody Greig of the Langara College Falcons sports the best assists average per game—9.35—through 17 games in the men's league. Langara teammate Elliott Mason is eighth on the list with an average of 2.76 assists per game.

Denise Busayong, who plays for Langara's women's basketball team, is eighth in average points per game with 11.18.

Langara's men's team, coached by Paul Eberhardt, who also coaches the R.C. Palmer Griffins high school team, is 16-1 on the season and ranked second in Canada.

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