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Penn career high - Jan 20, 2019

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Eral Penn
Eral Penn (201-F) the LIU Brooklyn men's basketball team trailed by as many as 10 points Saturday afternoon in the Steinberg Wellness Center, but the Blackbirds put together a total team effort to come from behind and beat Fairleigh Dickinson, 79-77. Sophomore Eral Penn had a career-high 12 points in the win, shooting 6-for-6 from the field. He also had nine rebounds and two blocks. With the win, the Blackbirds move to 9-8 on the season, and 3-2 in the Northeast Conference. FDU would rally to tie the game back up, but then it was Penn who came to the plate, slamming home back to back dunks that gave LIU a 75-71 lead with 2:27 to play. Though FDU would make a comeback attempt of their own, the Blackbirds would not trail again. A three by Frias at 2:01 would push the lead back to 78-74, and though the Knights would get a three to answer, the Blackbirds held on, forced a late turnover on the visitors, and sealed the win with a made free throw from Flowers, 79-77.


The Panola College Ponies found out what's it's like to be on the losing end of a close game as they fell 64-62 to Kilgore College on Saturday afternoon in Arthur Johnson Gym.The loss ended an eight-game winning streak for the Ponies (16-4, 6-2) in which they had won three games by two points and one by four. Kilgore College (13-6, 4-6) ended a four-game slide with the win. The Ponies held a 28-23 halftime lead and opened up a 40-30 advantage at the 14:24 mark. But long-range scoring from Darrian Grays and Jordyn Owens, along with Demiere Brown, keyed a 19-5 run that put them up 49-45 with 8:51 remaining, Panola never regained the lead, but did tie up on several occasions, including on Joel Vaiangina's 3-pointer from the corner with 1:19 remaining, 62-62. It was just his second 3-pointer of the season. Rodrigue Tha Andela, who dominated the boards for the Rangers most of the afternoon, scored inside with 47.6 seconds left. After a Panola turnover, Owens would miss two free throws with 12.8 seconds left. The Ponies got the ball to their leading scorer, Lenell Henry, on an Isolation play near the free-throw line, but he couldn't get his shot to fall and the Rangers got the rebound and the win.   

Blyden helps eagles soar - 1 day ago
Kyanti Blyden(190-G) and the Husson University Eagles (15-10, 11-3 NAC) finished out the regular season on a high note picking up a North Atlantic Conference (NAC) victory, 72-58, as they defeated Maine Maritime Academy (11-13, 7-7 NAC) on the road Tuesday night. Blyden tallied 12 points off the bench, along with five boards and four steals. Husson managed to hold a slight advantage for the remainder of the night, but Maine Maritime never gave as they clawed their way back within one poin...   [read more]
Shooting Stars named 2019 SCBBC 14-16 MLK Jr Champ - 4 days ago
SEA COWS BAY, Tortola, VI - With Green Machine declared the Sea Cows Bay Basketball Club's (SCBBC) Martin Luther King Jr (MLK Jr) champs in the 9-12 category, Shooting Stars now reign supreme in 14-16 category, sweeping the accolades in the final match-up against All Stars. Jason Audain Jr was declared Shooting Stars MVP with 30 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals & 4 assists meanwhile Shaquon George was declared All Star MVP with 17 points, 1 rebound, 1 steal and 2 assists. Below is the list o...   [read more]

Eral Penn
Penn stat sheet stuffer - 5 days ago
The LIU Brooklyn men's basketball team led by as many as ten points at home Saturday afternoon, but couldn't withstand Wagner's late run, and fell to the Seahawks, 68-65. Sophomore Eral Penn(201-F) had six points, seven rebounds and four blocks, LIU moves to 11-13, and 5-7 in the Northeast Conference. The game, which saw two 5-7 teams jostling for an advantage in the NEC standings, was a battle from start to finish, as the lead changed hands 15 times, and the game saw a tie score 12 diff...   [read more]

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