Fans Encouraged to Come Early as Bucknell Men's Basketball to Honor Seniors on Sunday

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Joe Willman
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Feb. 21, 2013

LEWISBURG, Pa. -- Mathematicians will be needed to tally up all of the records, awards and honors bestowed on the Bucknell men's basketball team's senior class. The senior group of Bryson Johnson, Colin Klebon, Mike Muscala and Joe Willman are in the midst of a postseason drive and would prefer that mention of those individual accolades be tabled until after the season, but the program will take a few minutes to publicly recognize this outstanding senior class and their families prior to Sunday's home game against Holy Cross at Sojka Pavilion.

Please note that the senior ceremony will begin at 11:55 a.m., and fans are encouraged to arrive early in order to be seated for the presentation. Tip-off is scheduled for 12:13 p.m.

The first 200 Bucknell students to enter Sojka Pavilion will receive a free breakfast sandwich from Burger King.

Some general notes on this year's senior class:
-- Entering Sunday's game against Holy Cross, the Class of 2013 has an overall record of 86-41 (.677) and a Patriot League record of 43-10 (.811).
-- The Class of 2013 has 86 wins, one shy of the Bucknell record of 87 wins currently held by the Class of 2007, which featured Abe Badmus, Donald Brown, John Clark and Chris McNaughton.
-- This class has been part of teams that have won a Patriot League Tournament title and two Patriot League regular-season titles. They have competed in an NCAA Tournament and an NIT.
-- This class has combined for 435 games played, 4,419 points and 1,962 rebounds over the last four years.
-- The trio of Mike Muscala, Bryson Johnson and Joe Willman have played in 379 of a possible 381 combined games over the last four seasons.
-- The senior class combined for a 3.53 GPA in the fall semester.


 

 

The Bison are now 22-5 overall and 9-2 in the Patriot League after Monday's 61-55 victory at Lehigh. Bucknell has a one-game lead over the Mountain Hawks in the Patriot League standings with three regular-season games to play.