PSC Men's Basketball slams into season 2-0

PSC Men's Basketball slams into season 2-0

The PSC Men's Basketball team opened up the season by hosting the first annual "Adirondack Tip Off." Team was able to finish the weekend 2-0 defeating Word of Life Bible Institute and USCAA D1 school Bryant and Stratton Syracuse. 

Against Word of Life, PSC was able to dominate despite 7 first half three pointers by the Word of Life Huskies. PSC won with a final score of 81-54. Junior Rahiem Robinson and Sophomore Sterling Scott led to the team with 18 and 12 points respectively, while junior Max Peguero was close to a double double scoring 7 points and 9 rebounds. 

Another test was a head of them the next day as the Bobcats tamed Bryant and Stratton Colege Syracuse 93-88. Raheim Robinson lead the scoring parade with 34 points (24 points in the 2nd half. Adam Seguin was a warrior getting a double double with 10 points and 12 rebounds. Rahiem Robinson and Donovan Miller were both named All-tournament team.

The PSC Men's Basketball team will play at NAIA D2 Green Mountain on Nov. 1st at 7 pm. 

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