FEBURARY 3 | 1:00 PM
BOSTON – The Suffolk men's basketball team concludes its second straight three-game as the Rams ready for a Regis rematch Saturday, Feb. 3 at 1 p.m.
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LAST TIME OUT
Thomas Duffy and Michael Hagopian's 27 points apiece would not be enough as the Suffolk men's basketball team slipped to Albertus Magnus, 88-84, Thursday night in a GNAC thriller at Regan Gymnasium.
MORE READING: Albertus Magnus Edges Men's Basketball, 88-84
With five regular season games remaining, Suffolk's 11-9 overall record and 6-5 league ledger puts the Rams in seventh place in the GNAC standings.
Defensively, Mulson powers the Rams on the glass with 6.3 rpg with Kevin Querusio adding 4.5 rpg. Duffy and Hagopian add 4.0 rpg and 3.7 rpg, respectively.
Regis was edged by Lasell, 69-67, Thursday night as the Lasers hit a late three to move the Pride to 10-10 overall and 7-5 in league action, which is good for sixth place.
The Pride's 72.0 ppg is anchored by a 13.3 ppg effort by Ademola Afonja. The junior forward is joined in double figures by Roger Hamel, who pitches in 10.7 ppg.
Alonja is the main threat on the glass as well for the Pride with 8.1 rpg to his credit. Shawn Wedderburn and Juvens Dalger notch 5.7 rpg and 5.0 rpg, respectively.
WE MEET AGAIN
Trailing by as many as 18 with under 10 minutes remaining, the Suffolk men's basketball team made a late push, but it wouldn't be enough as the Rams fell to the Pride of Regis, 65-54, Jan. 13 at Higgins Court.
MORE READING: Men's Basketball Falls at Regis, 65-54
INSIDE THE SERIES
Suffolk and Regis met for the first time earlier this season when the Pride defeated the Rams, 65-54.
Suffolk wraps up a three-game homestand Tuesday, Feb. 6 when it welcomes Anna Maria for a 7 p.m. battle.