Morrisville State men drop road decision to Medaille

Morrisville State men drop road decision to Medaille

MORRISVILLE, N.Y. – The Morrisville State College men's basketball team fell to 3-5 overall Monday night, dropping a non-conference road decision to host Medaille College in Buffalo by a 97-85 final. 

Junior Ibrahima Toure (Brooklyn, N.Y.) paced the Mustang efforts with 21 points, just missing a double-double as he pulled down a team best nine rebounds. Freshman Trent Ward (Auburn, N.Y.) was one of three additional teammates to post double digits in the high scoring affair, netting 19 for the Mustangs while adding four assists and two steals to his tallies. 

Sophomore Will Thomas (Morrisville, N.Y.) contributed 15, while junior point guard Joe Hulbert (Duanesburg, N.Y.) added 13 points and four assists to the efforts on the night.

Medaille had three combine for 71 points last night, including Chris Willingham who posted a team high 25 points while teammates Jammal Coleman and Johnathan Belton each added 23 apiece.

Morrisville State and Medaille played to a 45 point opening half, before the hosts rallied in the second behind a 56.7% shooting performance from the floor in the second half to outscore the visitors 52-40 en route to the win.

The Mustangs resume action following the holiday break Saturday, January 10th, traveling to SUNY Canton.

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