by Barca Blog
Jermaine Beal and Merideth Marsh took their shot at ESPN's 3-point championship last night in Indianapolis.
Out of a possible 30 points, Beal totaled 15 while Marsh finished with 13. Both Commodores were eliminated after the first round.
Maryland's Eric Hayes won the men's contest, and Detroit's Brigid Mulroy took home the women's top prize.
Beal received some additional camera time later in the broadcast during the dunk competition. He delivered a great pass from the stands to setup Lazar Hayward's (Marquette) slam. One of the commentators responded emphatically, "Jermaine didn't drop a dime. He dropped a dolla!"
Vermont's Marqus Blakely went on to win that competition.
Don't forget... Beal will be one of 24 seniors to take part in the 2010 Reese's All-Star Game Friday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. CT. The game is being televised by CBS College Sports.