SBU is still in control of its top-four destiny. If the brown and white win the remaining five games of the regular season, they are assured a double-bye in next month’s A-10 Tournament. They would also be assured of at least the three seed, with the head-to-head tiebreaker over Richmond.
Reggie Clark (Greece Arcadia) was able to pick up 22 points for the Redhawks on the night, shooting 50% on his FGs (6-12) and 3-8 from three point land.
The fourth quarter efforts of Alexis Sestric weren’t enough, but she ended the day with a team-high 11 points to go with four boards.
Ryan Algier (Fairport) was responsible for six points during the stretch.
Saint Louis outscored La Salle 31-7 over the last 12:16 of the first half and went on to post an 84-69 Atlantic 10 Conference victory over the Explorers Saturday afternoon at Chaifetz Arena…
A total of 23 points for the Bison off 19 Eagles turnovers proved the difference maker on Saturday evening as Lipscomb (12-14, 7-6 ASUN) defeated the FGCU men’s basketball team (8-20, 5-8 ASUN) 64-54 at Allen Arena…
Behind a 21-point performance from Brian Warren, the UT Arlington men’s basketball team (12-15, 8-8 Sun Belt) never trailed and posted an impressive 76-65 win over Sun Belt Conference leader Little Rock (18-9, 12-4 Sun Belt) Saturday inside the College Park Center to complete a pivotal weekend sweep…
The Bonnies fell into a double-digit deficit just 10 minutes in and never worked their way back into the game, dropping to 17-9 overall and 9-4 in the Atlantic 10 as their five-game win streak came to a halt.
First-year Maddy Malicki also grabbed nine boards for the Herons.
The Golden Flyers had built a 29-point lead three times in the early minutes of the second half after three-pointers by junior Isaac Nelson, sophomore Zach Stenglein (Irondequoit) and Gabel.