South Kingstown Native Records Dominants Paint For Colgate In Win Over Brown

Brown University Press Release

PROVIDENCE, R.I.– The Brown males’s basketball group was up to Colgate 77-68 Thursday night in the group’s house opener at the Pizzitola Sports Center.

” First Of All, Colgate is actually knowledgeable, they have a champion culture, they’re exceptionally well coached and they have actually wise gamers,” Guys’s Basketball Head Training Chair Mike Martin ’04 stated. “We wished to attempt to utilize our speed and athleticism to fight their size, however it’s much easier stated than done. In a video game like that, we had a lot of errors, a lot of breakdowns. If we wish to take on a few of the very best groups at our level, we need to get rid of a few of those errors.”

Regardless of the errors Martin referenced, the Bears still had 4 gamers score in double figures with Nana Owusu-Anane blazing a trail with 13. Paxson Wojcik had 12 and Dan Friday and Kino Lilly Jr. each had 11. Owusu-Anane and Wojcik each got 7 boards, while Lilly published 4 helps and Friday helped 3 times and had 3 takes.

The Bears opened quick and rapidly constructed a 10-4 lead 5 minutes in. However after the very first media timeout, the Raiders scored 8 of the next 10 indicate connect the video game at 12. For the remainder of the very first half, things were backward and forward with 2 lead modifications and neither side leading by more than 6. At the break, Colgate held the 34-31 edge.

With the video game connected at 35 early in the 2nd frame, Colgate went on a 15-1 go to open a 52-38 lead. Brown would fight back and after a 15-3 run of their own, highlighted by 2 3s from Kimo Ferrari and one from Wojcik, the Bears got it back to a three-point deficit at 63-60.

A string of misses out on followed for Brown which enabled the Raiders to press the lead back to 11, which was simply excessive for the Bears to conquer as they ultimately fell by 9.

Brown will now handle another Patriot League challenger, this time on the roadway at Loyola this Sunday, Nov. 13 at 5 p.m.