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Eral Penn starts with double figures - Nov 6, 2018

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BROOKLYN, N.Y. - The LIU Brooklyn men's basketball team had a total team win in their home and season opener Tuesday night in the Steinberg Wellness Center, as the Blackbirds beat the College of New Rochelle, 109-76. All 12 players on the active roster scored points in the game, with six LIU players scoring in double digits. It was the most points in a game for the Blackbirds since the 2002-03 season.

Ty Flowers had a strong debut in his first time on the court in an LIU uniform. The redshirt sophomore, who had to sit out last year due to transfer regulations, had a career high in points (21), rebounds (10), assists (6) and blocks (4) for the Blackbirds. Senior Raul Frias also had career highs in points (19) and rebounds (9), while senior Raiquan Clark led the team with 22 points, nine rebounds, since steals and five assists.

Junior Jashaun Agosto was also in double digits with 12 points, while sophomore Eral Penn (201-F) had 10 points, six rebounds and two blocks, and junior Ashtyn Bradley added nine points late in the game.

LIU led wire-to-wire in the win, including a 59-40 advantage at the halftime break. The Blackbirds would score 29 points off of CNR turnovers, and the team had 17 steals total. LIU also pushed the pace, scoring 52 of their 109 points on fast break chances. The Blackbirds shot 51.9 percent from the field in the win.

Up next, the Blackbirds host Brown, Friday, November 9 at 7:30 p.m.   

VIP's Kye M. Rymer refurbishes Huntums Ghut B/Ball Court - 1 day ago
HUNTUMS GHUT, Tortola, VI - Many of the Virgin Islands' (VI) most talented basketball players, emerge from Huntums Ghut. Players such as Norville S. Carey, Deon J. Edwin, Kennedy H. Bass, Frankly L. Penn Jr, Jason A. Edwin, Dion M. Blyden and JoVaughn N. Cameron, to name a few. After Hurricanes Irma and Maria in 2017 that destroyed the Huntums Ghut Basketball Court, the Government of the day-National Democratic Party 1 (NDP1)-did nothing for its restoration. Rymer working already It wa...   [read more]
On Fire, Red Rulers trounce opponents in SCBBC weekend games - 1 day ago
SEA COW'S BAY, Tortola, VI - The Sea Cow's Bay Basketball Club's (SCBBC) Martin Luther King Jr (MLK Jr) games continued, on Saturday, January 19, 2019, at the Albion Court, with 'On Fire' trouncing YEP, 42-35 and Red Rulers overcoming 'Blue Boys,' 24 - 22. During the first matchup of the evening, Kymal T. Panchoo stole the show netting 16 points, while snagging rebounds. Donnar J. Henry, was also 'On Fire' scoring 11 points for his team, while Raphael E. Singh scored eight points, with t...   [read more]
Green Machine takes lead in SCBBC MLK Jr 9-12 match - 2 days ago
SEA COWS BAY, Tortola, VI - As the Sea Cows Bay Basketball Club's (SCBBC) Martin Luther King Jr (MLK Jr) games are on the way, the match between Green Machine and Blue Boys was a good start to the tournament in the 9-12 category. Green Machine's top scorer, Jordin Cameron shined with 8 points, 4 rebounds and 7 steals, meanwhile, Blue Boy's Kalani Marquis, Sean Adams and Jamarley Ramirez each tied with the same amount of points and rebounds. See below the full results for the SCBBC MLK Jr...   [read more]

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