University Of Scranton Defeats Gettysburg
Scranton Prep graduate Logan Bailey scored 20 points to lead the University of Scranton to its 12th straight win, 71-59, over Gettysburg in a men’s basketball game Wednesday.
The Royals (12-0) ended the first half on a 9-0 run and then scored the first six points of the second half to stretch their lead to 17 points.
Kyle DeVerna had 18 points and five rebounds for Scranton and Abington Heights graduate Jackson Danzig had 12 points, six rebounds and six assists.
Amherst 88, Keystone 61
At La Plume, C.J. Bachmann scored 16 points to lead five players in double figures for Amherst College.
The Mammoths led by 13 at halftime and held Keystone to 9 of 29 shooting in the second half to pull away.
Jalen Flynn had 14 points and eight rebounds for Keystone (0-13) and Ray Mills and Austin Smith each had 11 points.
College of New Jersey 79
At Ewing Twp., New Jersey, the College of New Jersey broke open a close game with a 19-4 run to close out the first half.
The Lions then scored the first seven points after halftime and would push their lead to 28 midway through the second half.
Lakeland graduate Tony Harding scored 14 points for Misericordia (5-6) and Justin Iton had 11 points.
Susquehanna 88, Wilkes 64
At Selinsgrove, Susquehanna University shot 59 percent from the floor in the second half to pull away for a win.
The River Hawks scored the first 14 points of the second half to break away from a tie game.
Tommy Bowen scored 17 points for the Colonels (9-3).
Drew 71, King’s 60
At Wilkes-Barre, Darius Reiter scored 16 points to lead five players in double figures as Drew University cruised to a win.
Riley Collins had 13 points and 12 assists for Drew, which held King’s to 35 percent shooting, including 4 of 18 on 3-pointers.
Jake Pawliczak had 14 points for King’s (2-11) and Tyler Millan scored 12.
Stockton University held Marywood University to 20 percent shooting in the game to hand the Pacers their third-straight loss, 53-43.
Marywood (4-8) cut a 16-point deficit in half with four minutes left in the game but Stockton held the Pacers scoreless the rest of the way.
Aryah Aungst scored 14 points for Marywood and Honesdale graduate Natasha Hessling had eight points and 11 rebounds.