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Men’s Basketball Championship: Thomas More at Saint Vincent (2-27-16)

Bell_15Men’s Basketball – Saint Vincent
#11 Jaylon Bell
5-11 Senior Guard
Stat Line: 14 points, 4 assists

In a seesaw affair at the Carey Center, the Saint Vincent Bearcats secured their fourth straight PAC title with a 65-62 win over the Thomas More Saints. Trailing 44-42 with 10:54 remaining in the game, senior Jaylon Bell took over for Saint Vincent and spearheaded a decisive 21-9 run. Bell was held in check in the first half but scored 10 of his 14 points in the second half to lead the way toward another PAC championship. For his outstanding play in the most important game of the season, Bell was named the Foster Law Offices Player of the Game. PACSN’s Matt Koll talked with Jaylon Bell after the game.

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Men’s Basketball Semifinal: Westminster at Saint Vincent (2-25-16)

Jones_15Men’s Basketball – Saint Vincent
#4 Pat Jones
6-3 Senior Guard
Stat Line: Game-high 23 points

Top-seed Saint Vincent overcame a feisty Westminster Titans team, 70-65, in the PAC semifinals on Thursday night. The Titans, coming off an upset of  second-seeded Grove City two nights prior and led the Bearcats 58-54 with seven minutes to play. However, senior guard Pat Jones was determined to play in his fourth straight PAC championship and scored a team-high 23 points, including the go-ahead 3-pointer with 1:57 to play. The SVC win sets up a title tilt with the Thomas More Saints on Saturday night, a game that will be broadcast live on the PAC Sports Network. Our John Lydic talked with Jones, the Foster Law Offices Player of the Game, after the contest.

Men’s Basketball Quarterfinal: Chatham at Saint Vincent (2-23-16)

Bell_15Men’s Basketball – Saint Vincent
#11 Jaylon Bell
5-11 Senior Guard
Stat Line: 18 points, 4 steals

Four Bearcats scored in double figures as Saint Vincent defeated Chatham University by a score of 80-65 to advance to the semifinal round of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference playoffs. Saint Vincent senior Jaylon Bell scored a game-high 18 points and added four steals for the three-time reigning champions.  For his efforts, Bell was selected by the PAC Sports Network as the Foster Law Offices Player of the Game.

Men’s Basketball: Saint Vincent at Thomas More (2-20-16)

FuQuay_15Men’s Basketball – Saint Vincent
#22 Geoff FuQuay
6-2 Senior Guard
Stat Line: 11 points, 3 assists

Saint Vincent senior Geoff FuQuay drained a pair of clutch free throws with 3.4 seconds remaining to lift the visiting Bearcats to a 63-62 win over the Thomas More Saints. The Bearcats, who had already sewn up to the No. 1 seed in the upcoming PAC tournament, traveled without their top four scorers to Crestview Hills, Kentucky. Saint Vincent battled with the Saints in a nip-and-tuck ballgame. FuQuay was one of several Bearcats who stepped up with key plays in crunch time. For his efforts, FuQuay was named the Foster Law Offices Player of the Game.

Women’s Basketball: Saint Vincent at Thomas More (2-20-16)

Syd_MossWomen’s Basketball – Thomas More
#40 Sydney Moss
5-10 Senior Forward/Guard
Stat Line: 30 points (5 of 9 on 3-pointers)

Thomas More senior Sydney Moss became the PAC’s all-time leading scorer during a 94-46 win over the Saint Vincent Bearcats. Moss needed 14 points to reach the milestone and scored the 2,088th point of her career with Thomas More with a 3-pointer in the first quarter, surpassing the old mark held by Thiel’s Tricia Kosenina (1993). Moss finished the day with 30 points and 2,103 points in her Saints career. For her outstanding performance, Moss received Foster Law Offices Player of the Game honors.