Northeastern Overpowered by Ohio State, 80-55


It was an ugly game all around for Northeastern on Sunday in the PK80 Invitational.

The Huskies were outshot, outrebounded and outmanned in an 80-55 loss to Ohio State on the road.


1 2 T
NE (2-2) 17 38 55
OSU (4-0) 47 33 80

Northeastern was held to just nine points in the first 14:47 of this one. Meanwhile, the Buckeyes pumped in 36 points to by 27.

The Huskies trailed 47-17 at the break. Northeastern, despite outscoring the Buckeyes, albeit mainly their bench, 38-33 in the second half, stood no change.

Donnell Gresham Jr., who was the only member of his team to reach double-digit points, scored 16.

Northeastern committed 16 turnovers to Ohio State’s nine in the loss.

The Huskies – losers of two straight – look to get back into the win column on Thursday at 3 p.m. against Utah State (3-2).


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