After much anticipation, the Wilson College men’s basketball team held its first home game Tuesday Nov. 24 against Penn State Mont Alto. After competing in a tournament in York Pennsylvania against York College, the men were more than ready to play at home to enjoy a little “home court advantage.” Wilson has a tough night shooting only 33 percent from the field, but competed to the end summing up 71 points.
Guard Marqwon Wynn ’18, and forwards Keion Adams ’19 and Kasdan Holder ’19 tallied double digits in the team’s home debut. The rest of the team contributed respectively and looks to help the team more in the upcoming games.
Holder stated, “We just have to work on finishing the game. Play as a team and finish the game.” Wilson looks to compete against Pennsylvania College of Technology Fri. Dec 5.
The women’s team has been on a roll after coming off a 69-63 win against Penn State Mont Alto. Forward Lindsey Purvis ’19 and Guard Jordan Day ’19 led the team in scoring. While Morgan Wonders ’16 led the team in steals, bringing in a total of 8 against Mont Alto.
The women took a tough loss Dec 2 against Bryn Mawr College; putting up 52 points as a team. The scoring was lead by Lindsey Purvis ’19, who finished the game with 12 points.
Looking to capitalize on Fri. Dec. 5 against Pennsylvania College of Technology, the women will be playing at their home in Williamsport, PA.