CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. – The Keuka College Men's Basketball team lost on to Wilson College on Saturday in a North Eastern Athletic Conference game by the score of 94-75.
The Wolves (3-17, 3-12 NEAC) conclude their weekend with a game at Gallaudet University on Sunday.
Keuka College had five players score in double figures, three of which earned double-doubles. Cliff Stevens led Keuka with 18 points and 12 rebounds on the afternoon. Dylan Doupe scored 15 points and collected 10 rebounds. Rounding out the double-doubles for the Wolves was sophomore Trevor Powell. He tied Stevens for the team lead in rebounding with 12 while adding 12 points. The other two starters for the Wolves, Greg Tyler and Cameron Winston, added 12 and 11 points in the loss.
Wilson College jumped out to an early lead over the Wolves on Saturday. The Phoenix used a 10-0 run in the middle of the half to push their lead out to 19 points, 32-13. The Wolves fought to stay in the game, but Wilson maintained their margin for most of the half. A three-pointer by the Phoenix at the buzzer gave Wilson a 48-26 halftime lead.
The Wolves continued to work to cut into the lead, but every attempt was met by Wilson. The Phoenix used their three-point shooting to their advantage. In the game, Wilson outscored Keuka 30-6 from behind the arc. With eight minutes left to play, the Wolves scored eight unanswered to narrow the score to 69-61. However that would be as close as Keuka would make it. Wilson College answered with a basket and made their free throws in the closing minutes. They would defeat Keuka College 94-75.