Advertisement
Advertisement

Holy Cross Falls Late in First Patriot League Matchup

Advertisement

Holy Cross, despite a late comeback, dropped its first Patriot League matchup of the season, as it fell 79-74 to Colgate.

The Crusaders trailed 77-68 with 45 seconds left when freshman guard Austin Butler nailed two 3-pointers in 20 seconds, to pull the Crusaders within three points.


Final

1 2 T
COLG (6-6, 1-0 Patriot) 36 43 79
HC (3-9, 0-1) 36 38 74

However, Colgate senior forward Jordan Swopshire made a dunk in the closing seconds of the game to give the Raiders the win, giving himself a season-high 22 points in the process.

Junior forward Jehyve Floyd led the Crusaders with 15 points, while Butler scored 14 points and led the team with six rebounds. Junior forward Karl Charles scored 11 points, and freshman forward Jacob Grandison chipped in 10 off the bench.

Advertisement

Sophomore forward Will Rayman led the Raiders in rebounds with nine, and also contributed 15 points. Freshman guard Jordan Burns scored 12 points and had five assists.

The Crusaders were outrebounded by 10 in this game, which has become a common theme in their losses this season. Part of their downfall also came from the fact they shot 38 percent from beyond the arc, while Colgate shot 48 percent from deep.

Holy Cross continues Patriot League Play on Tuesday when it visits Lafayette (2-10, 0-1) for a 7 p.m. tip off.

Advertisement

Check us out on our socials:   
Twitter: @PTSTNews and @TalkPrimeTime
Facebook Page: Prime Time Sports Talk
Join our Facebook Group: Prime Time Sports Talk 
Instagram: @primetimesportstalk

Advertisement

Share this:

More Money, More Problems.

I took a casual poll on whether or not college athletes should be paid or compensated when their respective university uses their image or likeness. The results were not as I expected. Out of about 100 people who responded, 72 of them said that college athletes should not be paid. This sample included people who had played and who were passionate about college athletics, people who were recently out of college and people who have been graduated for a long time. I personally voted that they should be compensated for their image being used for marketing or recruiting and in a way, they are with scholarships. But we all know that scholarships can only help so much.

Read More

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Advertisement
Browse by Category:
Advertisement
Advertisement

Visit ChiefsBlitz.com for
hard-hitting KC Chiefs coverage.

Advertisement