Bonnies back home for confounding La Salle matchup

Bonnies back home for confounding La Salle matchup

By CHUCKIE MAGGIO Your guess at which La Salle Explorers team shows up to St. Bonaventure tomorrow evening is as good as anyone else’s. Saint Louis was so desperate for a victory at Chaifetz Arena over the weekend, for example, because losing to La Salle temporarily blurred the Billikens’ postseason picture. Dayton and Richmond also […]

La Salle claims Gulf Coast Showcase title

Courtesy of ESTERO, Fla. – Led by an MVP performance from sophomore Ed Croswell, the La Salle University men’s basketball team took home the Gulf Coast Showcase championship with an 81-76, overtime victory over South Alabama at Hertz Arena on Wednesday evening. Croswell scored 18 points and added 12 rebounds while senior Isiah Deas scored […]

La Salle uses strong defensive performance to earn 69-60 win at UMass

The La Salle University men’s basketball team held Massachusetts, the top-scoring team in the Atlantic 10, nearly 18 points below its season average en route to a 69-60 victory in the league opener for both schools on Saturday. The win at Mullins Center was the first for La Salle at the venue in nearly a decade (Jan. 24, 2009) and marked the second straight season that the Explorers have began A-10 play with a win…

La Salle adds Boston University graduate transfer Cheddi Mosely

PHILADELPHIA – La Salle University head men’s basketball coach Ashley Howard has announced the addition of Boston University graduate transfer Cheddi Mosely to his team’s 2018-19 roster. Mosely will be eligible to play for the Explorers immediately.

“We are excited to add Cheddi Mosely to the La Salle basketball family,” Howard said. “Cheddi is an experienced winner who brings great pedigree and a winning mindset to our program. We are looking forward to having Cheddi join the Explorers this season.”

As a freshman, Mosely was a Patriot League All-Rookie Team selection after shooting nearly 40 percent from three-point range. The 6-3 guard scored 20 points on 8-of-13 shooting against Lehigh and had at least three made three-pointers on nine separate occasions.

The following year, the Jersey City, N.J. native finished second on the team and eighth in the Patriot League in scoring at 13.3 points per contest. Mosely reached double figures 21 times, including a career-high 26 points against Binghamton. He ranked 10th in the conference in free throw shooting (77.7%) and 13th in steals (1.1 spg).

Mosely played in BU’s first two games of 2017-18, tallying 12 points on 5-of-9 shooting against Northeastern in the season opener before a knee injury sidelined him for the remainder of the year…

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