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2013-14 Men's Basketball: PSU Brandywine Dutch Burch Tip-Off Tournament - Lycoming College

November 16, 2013

Penn College shot just over 51 percent from the field in the game

Penn College shot just over 51 percent from the field in the game

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Freshman Bryce Lonsway (Tiffin, Ohio) sank 17 points as the Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s basketball team lost 85-73 to Penn State Brandywine in the consolation game of the Dutch Burch Tip-Off Tournament Saturday. Penn College led for most of the game but allowed Brandywine to put up a run and take the lead with just seven minutes left. Lonsway was named to the All-Tournament Team averaging 15 in the two games. With the loss, the Wildcats fall to 0-2 overall.

Freshman Vincent Mauck (Philadelphia) opened the game with a three to put Penn College up early. Freshman Thomas Ross (Williamsport) hit a three at 18:17 to give his team its largest lead of the half at 9-2.

Mauck ended the game with five points while Ross had nine and led the team with nine rebounds.

The Lions came back and tied the game at nine just under a minute later. Nine lead changes and two ties ensued in the back-and-forth half. With just under two to play, Penn College took a 39-34 lead but the Lions again tied it with 15 seconds remaining. Freshman Marquis Delgado (Mansfield) was fouled and hit a free-throw to give the team the 42-41 advantage going into the break.

Delgado ended the game with 11 points and five assists. In the half, the Wildcats shot 16-31 (.516) from the floor including six threes.

Out of the break, Penn College held strong with the lead, but was never able to get more than a six-point advantage. Up 63-58 at 8:22, the Lions went on an 11-1 run to swing the momentum and take the lead by five. They never gave it up from that point.

Also for the Wildcats, freshman Christopher Johnson (Lorton, Va.) notched 10 points.

Penn College next travels to Mansfield University on Monday, Nov. 18 for a 7:30 p.m. match.

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