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Penn with 8 &7 - Jan 31, 2019

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Eral Penn
The LIU Brooklyn men's basketball team rallied from an 11-point deficit to nearly come back and beat Fairleigh Dickinson on the road Thursday night, but the Blackbirds couldn't overcome the Knights' sharp shooting, and fell, 80-77. Sophomore Eral Penn (201-F) added eight points in the loss, along with seven rebounds.

The Blackbirds came out hot to start the second half, scoring six straight points to close the gap to just one point, 45-44, but FDU answered with an 8-0 run of its own that widened the lead to 53-44. Thought the Knights would eventually take an 11-point lead, 60-49, the Blackbirds kept battling back.

Over the next four minutes, LIU went on a 10-2 run, driven by baskets from Flowers and Clark, that would cut the difference to 62-59 with 8:29 to play, and FDU would call a timeout. Three minutes later, sophomore Eral Penn hit his first career-three pointer, and followed it up with a layup 40 seconds later that put together a one-man 5-0 run, and brought the Blackbirds within two points, 66-64.

But a 4-0 run by the Knights gave them a buffer, 72-66, and that proved to be the difference as the clock wound down. Frias hit a three pointer with 92 seconds left that gave LIU a fighting chance, but the Knights went 6-for-6 at the free throw line to keep the Blackbirds at arm's length. Batts would hit a last-second three as the buzzer sounded, but it was not enough, and LIU fell to the Knights, 80-77.   

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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