Men's Basketball Ends Home Stand on High Note

Men's Basketball Ends Home Stand on High Note

NEWTOWN, Pa.- The Centurions wrapped a five game home stand yesterday with a big win over DII opponent Delaware Technical CC Stanton, 89-62. 

Sophomore Elijah Pittman (Philadelphia, PA) lead the team with 28 points and added 12 rebounds giving him his second consecutive double-double. Fellow sophomore Ronald Garrison (Bristol, PA/Bristol) added 26 points of his own in the winning effort. 

The double digit scoring extended past Pittman and Garrison as Freshman Patrick McCauley (Southampton, PA/William Tennent) totaled 12 and Adjewoda Sanoumega (Philadelphia, PA/Creative & Performing) and Keith Howard (Feasterville, PA/Bensalem) scored 10 each.

Delaware Tech falls to 0-14 overall and 0-8 in the region. 

Bucks improves to 2-9 overall and 1-6 in the region. 

Up next the Centurions travel to Manor College on Saturday, December 15th for a 12:00 pm tip-off with the Blue Jays.