Cabrini men’s basketball is in rhythm as they have now won six straight games and are going for their seventh against conference rival, Gwynedd-Mercy.
It all started with easy wins over Baptist Bible College and Centenary College. The Cavaliers faced Keystone College, who they lost to earlier in the season, defeated them, 94-79, and haven’t looked back since.
Cavs also got revenge against Immaculata University, who they lost to earlier in the season, and steamrolled them winning by 22 points.
With three games left in the regular season, the Cavs have two more home games then they hit the road for the last game of the season before the CSAC playoffs begin.
With Fran Rafferty, Jeremy Knowles, A.J. Williams and Aaron Walton-Moss alongside the three big men Goran Dulac, Jon Miller and DeLeon Floyd, the Cavs have a solid front line of attack every game.
Rafferty, Knowles, Williams and Walton-Moss all average double figures in point per game. On the other hand, the big three average three or more rebounds a game and create opportunities for second-chance baskets and breakaways.
The Blue and White have a lot of experienced juniors and seniors that were a part of their championship-game run last year, who hope to do it again.
The Cavs also have a solid bench that will give them depth so they can thrive with anyone on the court and get through back-to-back games with ease. With young players such as Howard Blake III, Corey Frizzera, Brad Fagan and Jordan Fagan on the roster, they all bring their own specialties that can impact a game from three-point range as well as coming out as a squad that head coach Marcus Kahn is comfortable playing.
Everyone on this team brings a different element. Throughout the season, Kahn was trying to find their niche and in the past six games the Cavs are dominating, working together as a cohesive unit.
The Cavs are looking to extend their win streak into the playoffs. That is the road back to the NCAA Tournament and to claiming their fourth straight CSAC championship.