The Blue Devils’ Men’s Basketball team lost its fourth straight match-up on Thursday night, falling to La Salle 85-59 for their first home loss of the season. “That was a good team out there,” Head Coach Howie Dickenman said. “We had the opportunity to face a good Atlantic-10 team, and I think they’re the best […]
Though the CCSU men’s basketball team had one of its better offensive performances of the season, it could not withstand a second-half onslaught by Long Island University.
Leaving it all on the floor, the CCSU men’s basketball team lost a heartbreaker 68-67 to Quinnipiac in what could have been a preview of the NEC tournament.
Despite yet another MVP performance from Ken Horton, the Blue Devils (18-9) couldn’t overcome the rest of the teams ineffectiveness on offense. It was Quinnipiac (19-8) 67, Horton 35 with the rest of Blue Devils chipping in 32 in what was CCSU’s final home game of the season.
It was a nail biter in a boring sort of way as the CCSU men’s basketball team hung on for a 57-56 victory over Sacred Heart.
With both teams struggling offensively, the game was close throughout. While defense was a factor, both teams missed shots that normally would fall.
Despite the late game heroics of Shemik Thompson, the CCSU men’s basketball team saw its seven game win streak snapped, falling to Bryant 85-80 in overtime Saturday.
Backed by an MVP-caliber performance from Ken Horton, the CCSU men’s basketball team routed conference opponent Bryant 71-55 Wednesday. Posting his NEC leading ninth double-double of the season, Horton led the Blue Devils (17-7) to its seventh straight victory. Horton led everybody with 23 points and 11 rebounds. While that would be enough to garner support for the NEC MVP award, Horton didn’t stop there. His six blocks and six steals may have put Horton as the leading candidate for the award, showing his ability to dominate a game on both sides of the court.
After missing all of last season because of an injury, junior forward Ken Horton has returned to form and has played a major role in the Blue Devils winning season.
The CCSU men’s basketball team turned in another dominating performance, rolling through NEC opponent Mount St. Mary’s 71-52.
The Blue Devils (13-7) were led by Ken Horton, who finished with 18 points and 11 rebounds, picking up his third straight double-double and sixth of the season. Though the bulk of the scoring came from Horton, Shemik Thompson and Robbie Ptacek, every player for the Blue Devils contributed. All eleven players who entered the game scored for CCSU.
Using the momentum of a Shemik Thompson buzzer beater, the CCSU men’s basketball team won an overtime thriller 72-67 over Fairleigh Dickinson.
Despite trailing to FDU (4-14) by four with 10 seconds left, the Blue Devils (12-7) remained poised and were able to send the game to overtime. CCSU was able to chip away at the lead and benefited from FDU’s missed free throws.
Even with Ken Horton’s 31 point performance, the CCSU men’s basketball team saw its five game win streak snapped when LIU defeated the Blue Devils 72-67.
The Blue Devils (10-7, 3-3 NEC) led for much of the game, but were unable to close it out. CCSU led up until the six minute mark of the second half when LIU (13-4, 5-1 NEC) went on an 11-0 run to overtake CCSU, sending the Blue Devils to its first home loss of the season.