by guard combo Kasey Walker-Gregg and Michael Motley, SUNY Erie men’s
basketball surged to its 10th win over its last 12 games with a
110-70 blowout of Genesee Community College inside the Burt Flickinger Athletic
Center on February 14.
led the Kats (14-7) in scoring with 20 points, while running mate Motley would
add 17 points and 11 rebounds for a double-double. The pair topped a
well-rounded and robust offensive effort, with guard Kyle Harris adding 16
points, forward Shevon Anisca adding 14 and Winston Beato Jr. adding 10 to
round out the game’s top scorers.
The Kats are back in action on February 17 when they take on Jamestown
Community College inside Flickinger Center, tip-off at 3 p.m.
another high-scoring performance by sophomore forward Aaron Shabazz, the SUNY
Erie women earned a Valentine’s Day win over rival GCC, 81-71 on its Flickinger
Center home court.
would lead all scorers with 33 points while adding 21 rebounds, while teammate
Shamecca Minor would add 27 points against a tough Cougars defense.
Shabazz and Co. will face JCC on February 17 at 1 p.m. inside the Flickinger
Erie improved its record to 12-10 on the season with a 6-5 road win over
University at Buffalo Division II squad on February 10.
forward Timothy Pellittieri notched a hat trick for the Kats, who are 8-2 over
their last 10 games. Matthew Ess, Sean Degnan and Anthony Russell all added
single goals in the win.
The Kats are back on the ice when they travel to RIT's Rutter Arena on February 16 (7 p.m.) before returning home to HarborCenter to face the same RIT squad on February 17
at 7:30 p.m.
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