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Greater Allegheny Men's Basketball Drops to Edinboro, 102-62

Greater Allegheny Men's Basketball Drops to Edinboro, 102-62

Edinboro, Pa. - The Penn State Greater Allegheny men's basketball team went on the road, Tuesday, as GA succumbed to their third loss of the season to Edinboro University, 102-62.

Edinboro jumped out to a big lead within the first few minutes of the game before senior forward Petrie Addison (Fort Myers, Fla./Fort Myers) slashed a three-pointer. Sophomore guard Denzel Boyer-London (Coatesville, Pa./Coatesville) added five before Addison put on another three with ten minutes to play in the first half.

Freshman guard Khari Hicks (Pittsburgh, Pa./Imani Christian) made a layup before freshman guard Antonio Lucic-Jozak (Pittsburgh, Pa./Baldwin) achieved both free-throws attempted. Boyer-London capitalized on seven points through the remaining minutes of the first half, five of them being from the free-throw line. Sophomore forward Carl London capitalized on a three-pointer to send the two teams into halftime with Greater Allegheny trailing Edinboro, 54-29.

Hicks and Addison comprised of the first six minutes of scoring for Greater Allegheny to open the second half, highlighted by a Hicks trey. Senior guard Matt Williams (Philadelphia, Pa./Mastery Charter Shoemaker Campus) completed a layup as Edinboro began their swell. Boyer-London marked a clutch three and a jumper as Williams marked two from the foul line. Freshman guard Tony Patterson-Brown (Philadelphia, Pa./Roxborough) and freshman guard Terance Wroniak (Carrick, Pa./-) marked five points combined from the free-throw line, before freshman guard Darius White-Moore (Pittsburgh, Pa./Brashear) dropped a three-pointer outside the arc with three minutes left to play. 

Freshman forward Alex Wood (Rockville, Md./St. John's College) put down a three-pointer as Hicks and Lucic-Jozak achieved free-throws. Edinboro found themselves ahead of Greater Allegheny as time expired, 102-62.

Addison completed another double-double, as he marked twelve rebounds and twelve points. Boyer-London cashed in 17 points with four rebounds and three assists, while completing 66% (6-of-9) from the foul line. 

Greater Allegheny (3-3) looks onward to Wednesday, as Carlow comes to Wunderley Gymnasium. Tip-off is set for after the women's contest, around 8 p.m.