West Haven, Conn. – The Concordia College men's basketball team was back on the court less than 24-hours after their previous game. The Clippers traveled to face non-conference foe the University of New Haven as the Chargers earned a 73-42 victory.
New Haven began the game on a 14-0 run in the first half as Concordia responded with a 12-5 run to trail 19-12 with 8:53 remaining on the clock. The Chargers continued to open up their advantage and ended the last 2:26 on a 9-3 run to take a 33-22 lead into the locker room.
In the second half New Haven began with seven unanswered points to take an 18 point advantage. The Clippers were unable to cut into their deficit in the second half as the Chargers would go on to earn their first win of the season, 73-42.
Concordia shot 27.4% from the field in the game as compared to 52.1% for New Haven. The Chargers also held a 47-28 advantage in rebounds while the Clippers' bench outscored New Haven's bench 32-11.
Junior Kyle Kube (West Babylon, N.Y.) scored a season-high 10 points to lead Concordia. The Clippers attempted a season-low eight free throw shots as freshman Larry Moore (Uniondale, N.Y.) scored a career-high nine points off the bench.
Concordia (0-5, 0-1 CACC) will return to Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) action on Wednesday, Nov. 30th when the Clippers will visit Dominican (N.Y.) for the first of two regular season games. Fans unable attend the game can follow the action via the live stats and live video links on ConcordiaClippers.com.