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SPORTS: Men's Basketball
Updated on Jan. 19 at 10:57 a.m.
Men’s basketball will take the court again on Saturday for the latter half of a home-and-home with Cornell.
In its final contest of the nonconference season, men’s basketball will return home to play Howard before it opens Ivy play.
Men’s basketball will cross the Hudson River to take on Seton Hall this Thursday in Newark, NJ.
Men’s basketball came up short against Hofstra, 88-86, unable to knock down a go-ahead bucket in the final seconds of the contest.
Fresh off of its first home win of the season, the Light Blue (3-2) will host Hofstra (4-3), who come to Levien looking to create a three-game winning streak. Head coach Jim Engles' squad will look to limit 6-foot-9 forward Rokas Gustys, who leads the nation in rebounds with 15.1 per game.
With the score tied in the last seconds of an overtime match against Colgate last Saturday, junior guard Nate Hickman pulled up for a three that eventually won men’s basketball its first home game of the season.
Men’s basketball will host Hofstra at Levien Gymnasium on Tuesday.
With just four seconds left in a tied, overtime affair, junior guard Nate Hickman netted a 30-foot three-pointer to hand men’s basketball its first home victory of the season, 81-78 over Colgate.