News Release, St. Mary’s College of Maryland
York, Pa. – St. Mary’s College of Maryland men’s basketball (10-16) ended their season on Tuesday (Feb. 19) night with a loss at second seeded York (20-6) in the Capital Athletic Conference Tournament Quarterfinals. The Seahawks fell to the Spartans 76-47.
How It Happened
- A Spencer Schultz free throw and Naheed John three-pointer gave the Seahawks a 4-0 lead just a minute and a half into the contest. Next, the Spartans responded with an eight-point run for their first lead of the game. York extended their lead to 34-21 with just over a minute left in the half. Zach Spooner ended the half on a high note for the Seahawks with a made layup and the Seahawks headed into halftime trailing by 12.
- St. Mary’s College trailed by 18 points with 17 minutes left to play and attempted to get back in the game with a quick five point burst. Rodney Christian started the run with a layup and Justin Milsteadfollowed with a made three ball. However, the Spartans answered with 10 unanswered points to go up by 23 and kept their sizable lead for the victory.
Inside the Box Score
- Milstead led the Seahawks on the offensive end with 16 points, while adding three steals and one block defensively.
- Darick Kerns led the Seahawks on the glass with seven rebounds
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