Men's Basketball Overwhelmed by Bobcats

Men's Basketball Overwhelmed by Bobcats

Greensburg, Pa – The Bethany College men's basketball team traveled to Greensburg, Pa for a non-conference tilt against the Pitt-Greensburg Bobcats Saturday afternoon. The Bobcats cruised by the Bison, 81-60. Senior Aiden Albert led the Bison with 13 points. Freshman Neshawn Brown added 11 points for the Green and White.


Bethany and Pitt-Greensburg exchanged buckets to start the game. After Neshawn Brown knotted the game at 4-4, the Bobcats went on a run to take and build a commanding lead over the Bison. An Albert layup cut the lead to 28-16 at the 11:01 mark of the first half. Khalil Wilson scored six straight points for the Bison with under seven minutes left in the half cutting the Bobcat lead, 39-26. With 4:09 left, Albert knocked in a jumper to cut the lead to 12, 42-30. A Brown layup at the buzzer gave the Bison some life going into the break, 56-37.

The Bison attempted to gain momentum and cut the deficit in the second half, but could not get the stops needed. After a bucket from Dalton Hamrick, a Wilson free throw, and a Dylan Furlong layup, the Green and White were held scoreless until the 13:20 mark when Albert muscled in a layup. Bethany trailed by as many as 23 throughout the game, falling 81-60.  



Bethany College Bison – 0-6 (0-0 PAC)

Pitt-Greensburg Bobcats – 1-2 (0-0 AMCC)


Bethany College men's basketball returns to action in December when they travel to Beaver Falls, Pa to open up PAC conference play against the Geneva Golden Tornadoes. Tipoff set for 7:30 pm.