BRONXVILLE, N.Y. – The Concordia College New York men's basketball team hosts its second-straight National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Men's Basketball Division II Championship participant in defending East Coast Conference (CACC) Tournament Champion Molloy College on Wednesday, Nov. 20 with tip-off slated for 5 p.m.
Match Information: Molloy
Date: Wednesday, November 20, 2019 | 5 p.m.
Location: Bronxville, N.Y. | Meyer Athletic Center
All-Time Series: Molloy leads 22-13
Last Time: Molloy, 88-86 (Nov. 27, 2018)
Media Coverage: Live Stats | Live Video
About the Clippers
Concordia (0-5) remains at home after an 85-55 setback to regionally-ranked University of New Haven on Monday, Nov. 18. The Clippers average 59.2 points on a .347 field goal percentage with 34.2 rebounds, 9.0 assists, 7.6 steals and 3.8 blocks which ranks third in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC).
Senior guard Brandon Fields (Washington, D.C.) paces the Clippers' offense behind 12.8 points per game, leading a pair of Clippers averaging double-digit points sophomore forward Devon Sims (Centreville, Va.) contributing 11.6 points on top of a team-leading 2.2 steals which ranks seventh in the conference and 1.8 assists. Junior forward Alex White Jr. (Middletown, Conn.) ranks in the top-10 of the CACC in rebounds and blocks behind averages of 8.2 and 1.4 which rank sixth and seventh respectively.
About the Lions
Molloy (0-3) concludes its season-opening road swing following a 74-71 setback at Bentley University on Sunday, Nov.17. The Lions average 76.3 points on a .403 clip with 42.0 rebounds, 11.0 assists, 8.0 steals and 5.7blocks.
Nick Corbett fuels the Lions' offense behind 27.3 points per game, with Josh Dennis dishing out a team-best 3.3 assists on top of a team-high 2.3 steals to go with 13.3 points. Pano Pavlidis averages a double-double behind a team-leading 11.3 rebounds and 11.0 points, adding a team-high 1.7 blocks.
The men's basketball team hits the road to take on Southern Conn. State University on Saturday, Nov. 23 in a 7 p.m. non-conference contest.