Press Release

2013-14 Men's Basketball: PSU Brandywine

February 6, 2014

Nathaniel Brown had 11 points for the Wildcats

Nathaniel Brown had 11 points for the Wildcats

MEDIA, Pa. – Despite leading for the majority of the game, the Pennsylvania College of Technology men’s basketball team lost 95-89 to Penn State Brandywine Thursday. Brandywine took the lead with just around four minutes remaining in the game. Keeping it tight, freshman Marquis Delgado (Mansfield) hit a three to tie it at 89 with just under a minute remaining but Brandywine was able to make a three and some free throws to take it. Junior James Boylan (Newton, N.J) continued his hot offensive streak leading the team with 18 points. Five Wildcats were in double figures with freshman David Ware Jr. (Philadelphia) scoring his season high 15 points, while freshman Jerome Edwards (Philadelphia) added 13, Delgado 12 and sophomore Nathaniel Brown (Philadelphia) 11. 2-10 overall and 1-12 in the Penn State University Athletic Conference

Penn College opened on a 10-5 lead, five points coming local Ware. Brandywine was able to tie the game but Penn College was able to hold on taking back the lead and bringing it to as big of a lead as six.

Boylan was an offensive standout in the half notching 14 points and helping the team go into the break up 46-43.

In the second half, the Wildcats maintained the lead getting as high as 53-46. Brandywine brought it to within one on three different occasions before taking the 80-78 lead with four minutes remaining.

Fouls were a major concern for the Wildcats as the tallies were lopsided at 25-11. Brandywine captured 22 of its points from the charity stripe.

Penn College out-rebounded Brandywine 50-47 with Brown leading the team with nine and Boylan notching eight.

Next up, Penn College travels to Penn State Scranton on Friday, Feb. 7 for an 8 p.m. game.

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