Starting the game on a 14-2 run, uOttawa Gee-Gees produced a more sustained overall defensive performance and got solid production from 6’3″ Caleb Agada, who shook off a lacklustre effort vs. Sam Houston State as the Gee-Gees knocked off Liberty Flames 72-61 in Costa Rica this afternoon. Once again there were no official stats kept however Ottawa maintained a double digit lead for much of the affair, with all 12 players on the roster getting time and no one seeing more than 26 minutes. 6’6″ Matt Plunkett got going early from downtown and led the Gee-Gees with his perimeter shooting while 6’9″ Jean-Pierre Charles had a strong game on the glass. Ottawa led 23-13 after the first quarter and maintained their lead throughout for the double digit win over NCAA Division 1 Big South quarter-finalists from last season. Liberty will face another CIS program this coming Thursday when the Flames meet Brock while uOttawa is next scheduled on Friday with a game against Boise State.