Tigers held the Dragons for a 81-67 victory
After an impressive win against the Clark Atlanta Panthers, the Tigers came out of their cave roaring with intensity against Lane College. Soon after the tip-off Antrjuan Albright opened up the game with a three-pointer from three feet behind the arches. He then gain possession of the ball again and knock down another three pointer to give the Tigers an early six point lead. Lane College tried to answer back with a three pointer however it seemed as if that stirred up a scoring frenzy by the BC Tigers. Coach Fred Watson and the Tigers began to pull away and would eventually gain a 15 point lead on the Dragons. Albright led the offensive rush scoring 10 points while Kennie Eberhart, Anton Greer, and Marcus Goode each scored seven points. The Tigers shot 50 percent from the field, 50 percent from behind the arches and an astonishing 76.9 percent from the free throw line. At the end of the half the Tigers outscored the Dragons by 16, the score 41-25.
The second half of the game continued at the same pace. The Tigers dominated the Dragons with speed and quality shooting on the hardwood. Lane College eventually slid into the double bonus category with fouls and sealed their own fate to defeat. The Dragons never regained composure but did finish strong by narrowing the lead to14 points. Tigers offensively chop the scoring deficit down towards the end of the half. Greer led offensive attack for the Tigers with 19 points while shooting 11 for 15 from the free throw line. Eberhart also added 15 points while Marcus Goode totaled 9 rebounds. The final score of the game was 81-67. The Tigers improved their record to 4-2 SIAC and 4-4 overall.
Source: BC Sports Information
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