Tacoma's Ravion Bell Establishes New Blocks Record
March 7, 2017
VANCOUVER, WA -- Tacoma's Ravion Bell broke the NWAC men's modern day record* for blocks on February 25 against South Puget Sound when he recorded his 89th blocked shot of the season.
The 6'9" sophomore center out of North Atlanta High School (GA) has had six games where he has tallied more than 6 blocks including his season high 8 blocks on February 8 against Grays Harbor.
Bell transfered to Tacoma CC from Feather River College (CA) where he had 48 blocks in his freshman season.
The record was previously held by Everett's Devin Andrews who had 88 in 2012. Andrews still holds the career mark with 144.
The West Region Defensive Player of the Year will have another game to add to his record when the Titans take on North Idaho on March 9 at 10am.
Check out the game and all the action at the NWAC Basketball Championships on the NWAC Sports Network.
* block records have been kept since the 2009 season