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Ashland beats Ohio Dominican by 10, 96-86


Aaron Gibbs led ODU with 22 points (courtesy of Ohio Dominican athletics)

The Ashland Eagles won their ninth game of the season, defeating Ohio Dominican over the weekend, 96-86.

The Eagles were led by Evan Yates with 26 points and Will Evans with 25 in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference contest.

Ashland ups its record to 9-6, 4-4.

Ohio Dominican drops to 3-12, 0-9.

The Panthers were led by senior forward Aaron Gibbs, who scored 22 points. The 6’3, 210-pound Gibbs is a transfer from Presbyterian College.


Info compiled from Ohio Dominican University news

Cincinnati rebounds from embarrassing loss to whip Northwestern State


Yancy Gates (photo by BH photography courtesy Cincinnati athletics)

The Cincinnati Bearcats basketball team suffered an embarrassing loss at home on Saturday to Presbyterian College.

But Monday night, they came and took care of business.

Yancy Gates scored 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the Bearcats to an 71-43 easy win over Northwestern State of Louisiana.

The Bearcats are now 3-1, Northwestern State drops to 2-3.


Info compiled from UC athletics

Tiny Presbyterian College upsets Cincinnati; rallies from 15 down


(courtesy of Presbyterian athletics via wikipedia commons)

Khalid Mutakabbir led a Presbyterian comeback from a 15-point deficit and knocked down the go-ahead three-point goal with 7.6 seconds to go Saturday, leading the Blue Hose to a 56-54 upset of the #20 Cincinnati Bearcats. It was the school’s biggest win in five years of playing Division I basketball.

Presbyterian College is a small, private liberal arts college from Clinton, South Carolina, from the Big South Conference with an enrollment of 1,300. They are considered a Division I mid-major school.

The Blue Hose improve to 3-2 while the Bearcats fall to 2-1.

PC trailed by 15 points halfway through the second half.

Mutakabbir matched his career-high with 25 points and he fueled the 24-7 run to end the game.

Cincinnati had the last shot of the game but Cashmere Wright’s shot was too hard and clanked off the rim as the Blue Hose celebrated at midcourt as the crowd of 4,960 at the Shoemaker Center booed the home team as they left the court.

The Bearcats were led by Sean Kilpatrick with 19 points.


Info compiled from Presbyterian College & University of Cincinnati athletics