Johnny Cronin and Jacob Williams scored 20 details apiece to lead the College of Mary Washington men’s basketball workforce to a 68–62 Capital Athletic Convention victory about browsing Penn State–Harrisburg on Saturday at the Anderson Center.
Cronin pulled down 15 rebounds whilst Williams snagged 10 extra for the Eagles, who improved their report to 15–7, 7–4 in the CAC.
The Eagles took the lead early and taken care of it as a result of a lot of the game until finally the Nittany Lions cut it to 62–59 with 36 seconds remaining. Da’Shawn Prepare dinner drained two absolutely free throws, and when the Lions got nearer at 64–62, Prepare dinner and Williams each individual scored a pair of absolutely free throws each individual to secure the win.
The Eagles vacation to Southern Virginia on Wednesday for another CAC encounter.
Penn State–Harrisburg (13–9, 5–6): Brandon Coleman 7, Kahlil Williams 24, Donyae Baylor-Carroll 14, Zegary Scott III 4, Keenan Smart 8, Chris Bing 5. Totals: 22 12-16 62.
UMW (15–7, 7–4): Johnny Cronin 20, Jacob Williams 20, Da’Shawn Prepare dinner 10, A.J. Robinson 2, Drew Johnson 7, Greg Rowson 9, Totals: 23 16-20 68.
Halftime: UMW, 33-21. Three-stage basket: Penn State–Harrisburg 6 (Baylor–Carroll 4, Coleman, Smart), UMW 6 (Williams 3, Prepare dinner 2, Johnson). Rebounds: Penn State–Harrisburg 36 (Williams 10), UMW 40 (Cronin 15).
Major by 15 details at halftime, the Eagles stepped up their defensive depth in the 2nd half and confined the Nittany Lions to just 6 details in running away with a 66–28 CAC victory at the Anderson Center.
Jordan Pamlayne paced UMW with 15 details and 11 rebounds whilst Emily Thompson chipped in 12 details and Meghan Comer 10 details.
The Eagles will enjoy host Southern Virginia in another CAC contest on Wednesday.
Penn State-Harrisburg (9–13, 3–8): Anna Mahan 2, Abrianna Hamby 2, Shanique Mattis 6, Laurel Amey 3, Kendis Butler 6, Rachel Miller 1, Aireo Payne 2, Katie Humphrey 2, Madison Hemler 2, Briana Davis 2, Totals: 11 2–6 28.
UMW (10–12, 4–7): Alannah Miller 5, Jordan Pamlayne 15, Emily Thompson 12, Meghan Comer 10, Kayla Sakyi 7, Faith St. Clair 7, Erika Carter 7, Thora Gibbs 4. Totals: 25 11-15 66.
Halftime: UMW, 37–22. Three-stage basket: Penn State-Harrisburg 4 (Butler 2, Mattis, Amey), UMW 5 (Thompson 3, Comer, Miller). Rebounds: Penn State-Harrisburg 30 (Mattis 5), UMW 34 (Pamlayne 11).
Winter season Monitor
Rajah Walton cleared 22 toes, 6.5 inches to end third in the men’s long soar as the Eagles competed in the VMI Winter season Relays. Walton’s leap was the greatest of all Division III competitors at the satisfy.
Ripken Smith’s toss of 15.82 meters was good adequate for fourth location in the men’s hammer. David Danek and Ben Onguene cleared 6–2.25 to end fourth and fifth, respectively, in the men’s large soar.
Victoria Chanthayasak-White cleared 4–11 to end fifth in the women’s large soar she was the top Division III finisher.
The Eagles will next compete at the CAC championships in Newport Information, starting Friday.
Patrick Hughes and Mike Fleming gained their doubles match, then break up to assert individual matches in top the 20th-ranked Eagles to a 7–2 victory about browsing No. 15 N.C. Wesleyan in the Eagles’ dwelling opener at the Indoor Tennis Center.
Derek Hagino and Ryland Byrd also gained their doubles match, and UMW got solo victories from Matt Miles, Cole Tecce and Moses Hutchinson.
The Eagles host George Mason in an exhibition match on Friday.
Chris White scored a few plans and Shane McKenzie created two helps, but it wasn’t adequate as the Eagles fell powering early and dropped a 14–7 nonconference game to Hampden–Sydney Higher education in Farmville.
The Eagles (0–2) will be on the highway again next Saturday, this time from host Shenandoah.