Cavs win first PAC game of the season

By Danielle Feole
December 6, 2007

The Cabrini Cavaliers had a victory of 86-67 over Centenary College on Dec. 3 at 3 p.m.

Randy Reid, a senior accounting major, said, “We played hard for 40 minutes and that’s what led us to victory. We knew we needed to respond after our loss at Neumann and get a conference win.”

After losing a Pennsylvania Athletic Conference game against Neumann College last week with a score of 45-53, Cabrini needed a win. The Cavaliers are now 2-3 and 1-1 in the PAC.

The Cavaliers jumped out to an early lead due to good defense. During the first half, freshman Dom Farrello helped the Cavaliers with its first double digit lead of 18-7.

Lamar Fisher had two baskets which gave the Cavaliers their largest lead of the game with only a few minutes left in the first half. Cabrini was ahead 25 points at half time.

Glenn Washington led the team with 15 points, while senior Bruce MacLelland scored 14 points for the team.

Head coach Greg Herenda said, “I was really proud of our team’s defensive intensity today. We had 22 steals in one game which is remarkable. We also stepped it up offensively as well. It was great getting our first conference win in front of our fans at home.”

Junior Andrew Baker led Centenary with 21 points and 14 rebounds.

The Cavaliers left the court with 50 rebounds, 24 offense, 38 second chance points and 22 steals.

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