Patriot League Women's Basketball Release - 1.29.13

PATRIOTLEAGUEDOTORG Chloe Stapleton and Navy visit Lehigh Wednesday in a rematch of one of last year's Patriot League Tournament semifinal contests.
PATRIOTLEAGUEDOTORG
Chloe Stapleton and Navy visit Lehigh Wednesday in a rematch of one of last year's Patriot League Tournament semifinal contests.
PATRIOTLEAGUEDOTORG

Jan. 29, 2013

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CENTER VALLEY, Pa. — The jockeying for position continues among the Patriot League’s eight teams as the midway point of conference play hits this weekend. Before the teams can take a deep breath and assess where they are, there are two more sets of games before the halfway point.

Four teams have jumped out to the lead in the standings, with American, Army, Bucknell and Navy all tied for first at 4-1. Army has the early edge as two of its four victories have come against the Bison and Mids. American and Navy are both 1-1 combined against the other three teams in the logjam.

That muddled picture at the top of the standings is sure to become at least a little clearer in the next several days. American visits Bucknell in one of Wednesday’s big contests, while Navy heads to Lehigh, Army hosts Holy Cross and Colgate entertains Lafayette. All four games are scheduled to tip at 7 p.m., and will be available via Patriot League All-Access.

Patriot League Women’s Basketball Quick Hits

• Lafayette junior center Danielle Fiacco is up to second in the nation averaging 3.95 blocks per game. Army freshman Aimee Oertner is eighth averaging 3.0.

• The Patriot League is one of three conferences in the nation to have a pair of student-athletes in the national top 10 in blocking. The others are the Big 12 and Big South.

• Army’s Kelsey Minato (18.0 ppg) and Lehigh’s Kerry Kinek (15.6) are 1-2 in scoring during League play. Both are freshmen.

• Bucknell has won four straight League games for the first time since 2006-07.

• Bucknell’s Shelby Romine (960) and Navy’s Jade Geif (911) are most likely the next two student-athletes to score 1,000 points in their careers. Both are juniors.

• All four of Navy’s League wins are by double figures. The Mids have won by an average of 16.5 points in their four victories.

• The top four teams in the League standings are a combined 10-0 at home in League games so far.

• Army received two votes in last week’s CollegeInsider.com Women’s Mid Major poll.

• Lindsay Horbatuck (Bucknell) is 14 rebounds shy of 700 for her career.

• Lafayette’s 16-point victory Saturday was its largest in the series with Lehigh since an 83-66 win on Jan. 26, 2000.

Patriot League Notebook

ROOKIES LIKING LEAGUE PLAY
A pair of freshmen who have been making a name for themselves so far this season have saved their best for Patriot League play. Army rookie guard Kelsey Minato is the leading scorer in League play at 18.0 points per game, while Lehigh freshman Kerry Kinek is second at 15.6. The story doesn’t end there. Lafayette rookie guard Jamie O’Hare is averaging 7.4 points per outing and Army freshman forward Aimee Oertner is at 7.2 per game in League play.

HOME COOKING
American, Army, Bucknell and Navy are all tied for first at 4-1 entering Wednesday’s contests. Besides their overall League records, the other thing they all have in common is they win at home. The four teams are a combined 10-0 at home in League play so far, with American and Army winning three apiece, while Bucknell and Navy have two home League victories. Bucknell hosts American Wednesday night, while Army entertains Holy Cross.

TURNAROUND IN LEWISBURG
It’s been such a difference for Bucknell in 2012-13 compared to a season ago, and the first half of League play hasn’t been completed. A year after finishing 5-25 overall and 3-11 in the Patriot League, the Bison are 13-7 and have already surpassed last year’s win total in League play with a 4-1 mark. The 13 wins under Aaron Roussell are the most for any first-year coach in Bucknell history.

PART OF THE 1,000 CLUB
Holy Cross junior Alex Smith tallied 18 points Jan. 19 to eclipse the 1,000-point plateau for her career. She joins a long list of student-athletes in League history who have accomplished that feat, including Colgate senior Jhazmine Lynch and Holy Cross senior Amy Lepley, who did so earlier this season. Two 1,000-point scorers graduated last season in Lehigh’s Emily Gratch (1,112) and American’s Lisa Strack (1,059). Two others are definitely within striking distance of 1,000 this season, both juniors. Bucknell’s Shelby Romine (960) and Navy’s Jade Geif (911) appear poised to reach the mark soon.

NON-LEAGUE PLAY DONE FOR NOW
The eight Patriot League teams put together a strong showing in non-League games before starting the conference schedule last weekend. The squads have combined for a 63-55 mark against out-of-conference foes, far surpassing last season’s final 49-72 showing. Strong showings have been had this season against the Northeast Conference (14-8), Ivy League (11-6) and the MAAC (10-8). The last non-League game of the season is Feb. 5 when Colgate visits NJIT.

CORKERY EDGES CLOSER
At 97-47 overall at American, head coach Matt Corkery ranks among the best in the League all-time in win percentage (.674). Corkery is also chasing the League record for fastest to 100 victories, a mark that is currently owned by Holy Cross’ Bill Gibbons. Gibbons reached 100 victories in 149 contests, with his 100th triumph coming in the 1995-96 season opener against Syracuse. Corkery would match Gibbons’ record with a 3-2 mark in American’s next nine contests. Navy’s Joe Sanchez collected 100 wins in 162 games from 1994-2000. American heads to Bucknell Wednesday at 7 p.m.

NAVY CHOSEN TO MAKE IT THREE STRAIGHT
The head coaches and sports information directors named two-time defending Patriot League champion Navy as the favorite in 2012-13 in late October. The Mids, led by Preseason Player of the Year junior Jade Geif, are seeking to do something no League squad has done in over a decade - win three straight titles. The first and only program to do it is Holy Cross, which captured four straight championships from 1997-98 to 2000-01. Navy returns four starters from a year ago, all of whom are in their junior seasons. Navy topped the preseason poll with 89 points and eight first-place ballots.

PATRIOT LEAGUE ON CBS SPORTS NETWORK
The first of three Patriot League games on CBS Sports Network took place Jan. 13 when Navy defeated Lafayette 62-44 in Annapolis, Md. The second contest is scheduled for Feb. 10 when Lehigh opens the second leg of League play at home against Holy Cross at 2 p.m. The third game is the biggest of the season when CBS Sports Network televises the Patriot League Championship from the site of the higher seed Saturday, March 16 at 6 p.m. Bob Socci will handle the play-by-play and Amy Lawrence the analysis on the two remaining contests.

ON TWITTER, TOO
Fans and media members can follow Patriot League women’s basketball on Twitter - @PL_WBB.

Patriot League Games

AMERICAN EAGLES (11-8, 4-1) AT BUCKNELL BISON (13-7, 4-1)
Sojka Pavilion (4,000); Lewisburg, Pa. • Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Series: American, 17-11
Streak: American, 8 Last Meeting: American, 62-59 (Lewisburg, Pa.; 2.22.12)
Last Bucknell Win: 60-52 (West Point, N.Y.; 3.9.08) Last Five Games: American, 5-0

• American swept last season’s series 62-59 in Lewisburg and 71-45 in Washington.
• The Bison’s last win in the series came during the 2008 Patriot League Tournament at West Point, N.Y.
• Bucknell’s last victory over American in Lewisburg was 70-62 on Jan. 10, 2007. The Eagles have won five straight at Sojka.
• Aaron Roussell has led the Bison to 13 victories so far, the most of any first-year coach in Bucknell history.
• The Bison are tops in the League and ninth nationally in field goal percentage defense (.332).
• Geleisa George leads the Eagles averaging 11.0 points per game in League play coming off the bench.
• American’s four League victories have come by an average of 5.8 points.
• Bucknell has won four straight League games for the first time since 2006-07.

AMERICAN Alexis Dobbs scored 12 points and Geleisa George chipped in 10 off the bench as American snapped Army’s five-game win streak with a 45-42 victory at Bender Arena ... Olivia Schretzman and Kelsey Minato both scored 12 points to pace the Black Knights ... Jen Hazlett added eight ... Trailing 43-42 with less than 30 seconds to go, Army had two opportunities at the basket after a missed 3-pointer by Dobbs ... Following a Black Knight timeout, Anna Simmers took a shot with nine seconds to go but it wouldn’t fall ... She grabbed her own offensive rebound but couldn’t convert the second chance ... Dobbs and Michelle Holmes both went 1 of 2 from the foul line in the final seconds to complete the Eagle win ... Sarah Kiely’s jumper gave American an early 8-4 lead, but two Ciara Jackson foul shots a few minutes later tied the game at 8-8 ... Schretzman banked in a layup at the 1:12 mark to bring Army within 17-16, but Dobbs replied with a triple at the buzzer to send American into the intermission up 20-16 ... Two Schretzman free throws tied the game for the eighth time at 35 apiece with 5:29 to go in the game, and Minato’s trey with 3:31 remaining put the Black Knights up 38-37 ... American scraped together a 6-0 run started by a George layup, followed by two Dobbs free throws and a Holmes basket ... American led 43-38 with 1:56 on the clock ... Simmers sank her only basket of the game, a 3-pointer with 1:19 on the clock, and Jordan Elliott converted a layup to bring Army within 43-42 ... American shot 15 of 46 (32.6 percent) to Army’s 17 of 56 (30.4 percent), and hit 14 of 22 from the charity stripe ... Army was 6 of 6 ... The Black Knights won the battle on the boards 42-31 ... American visits Lafayette Saturday at 2 p.m.

BUCKNELL finished the game on a 20-3 run and erased a 14-point deficit to defeat Holy Cross 62-59 Saturday afternoon at Sojka Pavilion ... Audrey Dotson’s jumper with 2:32 remaining tied the game at 56-all and completed a string of 14 straight Bison points ... Alex Smith responded for Holy Cross with a 3-pointer with 2:05 to go, but Katherine Harris sank a 3 of her own on Bucknell’s next possession to tie the game again with 1:51 remaining ... After the teams traded turnovers, Smith missed a jumper but Brisje Malone came up with the offensive rebound ... Racquel Scott’s next attempt was blocked by Bucknell’s Alyssa Dunn ... Felicia Mgbada came down with the ball and was fouled ... She sank both of her foul shots to put Bucknell ahead 61-59 with 44 seconds left ... It was the Bison’s first lead since 18-17 at the 7:15 mark of the first ... Amy Lepley missed a 3 for Holy Cross on its next possession, and Lindsay Horbatuck hit 1 of 2 from the foul line for Bucknell ... Smith had a look at a 3 in the waning seconds but it did not fall ... Dotson led the Bison with 14 points on 6 of 13 from the field with six rebounds and four assists ... Dunn and Mgbada added 11 points apiece ... Smith had a game-high 17 points for Holy Cross with seven rebounds ... Malone poured in 13 points, seven rebounds and dished six assists ... The Crusaders led 30-24 at halftime and used an early 7-0 run to extend the lead to 39-30 ... Holy Cross used a later 9-1 run to move in front 56-42 with 7:32 remaining ... Bucknell was 15 of 19 from the charity stripe, while Holy Cross was 3 of 4 ... The Bison posted 17 assists on 22 field goals and outrebounded Holy Cross 40-36 ... The Bison visit Navy Saturday at 7 p.m.

NAVY MIDSHIPMEN (11-9, 4-1) AT LEHIGH MOUNTAIN HAWKS (10-10, 2-3)
Stabler Arena (5,600); Bethlehem, Pa. • Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Series: Lehigh, 26-22 TV: Service Electric 2 Sports
Streak: Navy, 1 Last Meeting: Navy, 64-59 (Bethlehem, Pa.; 3.5.12)
Last Lehigh Win: 57-48 (Bethlehem, Pa.; 2.22.12) Last Five Games: Lehigh, 3-2

• Navy snapped a three-game skid to Lehigh with a 64-59 win at Stabler Arena in the semifinals of last season’s Patriot League Tournament.
• Lehigh had swept the regular-season series 57-48 in Bethlehem and 50-46 in Annapolis.
• The Mountain Hawks have won nine of the last 11 meetings.
• All four of Navy’s League victories have come by double figures.
• Navy’s Jade Geif (11.2 ppg, 10.0 rpg) is averaging a double-double during League play, and is the leading rebounder.
• Lehigh freshman Kerry Kinek is second in the League in scoring during conference play (15.6 ppg). Navy’s Alix Membreno (14.8) is third.
• Navy coach Stefanie Pemper owns a .623 win percentage in League games, while Lehigh’s Sue Troyan has a .589 percentage.

NAVY Jade Geif led all scorers with 17 points and added nine rebounds and six assists as Navy won 59-43 over Colgate at Cotterell Court Saturday evening ... Geif was 7 of 9 from the field, helping the Mids finish 22 of 50 (44 percent) for the game ... Alix Membreno (11 points) and Chloe Stapleton (10) also reached double digits for Navy, which moved into a four-way tie for first place in the League with the win ... Missy Repoli paced Colgate with 15 points, while Kelly Reid had a game-high 10 rebounds to go with six points ... Navy, which never trailed in the contest, opened a 7-2 lead a little less than five minutes into the game ... Colgate cut the Mids’ lead to one on two separate occasions, the latter at 12-11 with 8:50 remaining ... Stapleton sank back-to-back 3s and Geif hit a bucket as part of an 8-0 run to put the Mids in front 20-11 at the 5:38 mark ... The Mids would extend the lead to 31-15 at the intermission when Membreno nailed a triple at the buzzer ... Geif converted a jumper and was fouled ... She converted the and-one to give Navy its biggest lead of the game at 47-25 with 11:01 remaining ... The Raiders mounted a small rally, with Paige Kritcher’s 3-pointer bringing them within 49-35 with 6:20 to go ... The Mids regained control with an 8-0 run, capped off by Geif, to take a 57-35 lead ... Navy hit 8 of 28 from downtown to Colgate’s 6 of 15 ... The Raiders shot just 12 of 52 from the field (23.1 percent) ... Navy returns home to host Bucknell Saturday at 7 p.m.

LEHIGH Danielle Fiacco paced four Lafayette players in double figures with 17 points and Kelly Loughney added 16 as Lafayette ran away from Lehigh 68-52 Saturday at Kirby Sports Center ... The Leopards shot 52 percent in the first half in building a 13-point lead and saw the lead dwindle to as little as five before regaining control ... Emily Homan had a double-double with 13 points and 11 boards for the Leopards, and Linnel Macklin chipped in 10 points ... Becky Guman led Lehigh with 13 points, and Kerry Kinek added 10 ... Kinek was just 3 of 17 from the floor ... Lehigh opened the game with the first six points and had a 12-6 lead with 10:09 remaining in the first ... Kinek went 1 of 2 from the line to put the Mountain Hawks ahead 13-8 at the 9:30 mark ... Lafayette scored 10 straight points, finished off by a pair of Homan foul shots, to move in front 18-13 with 6:05 on the clock ... Katie O’Reilly’s layup brought Lehigh within 23-20, but the Leopards closed the first half on another 10-0 run to take a 33-20 advantage at the break ... Guman sank back-to-back 3s to cut Lafayette’s lead to 43-35 at the 14:51 mark of the second, and Alexandra Yantzi sank a triple from the top of the key to make it a 43-38 game with 12:29 to go ... Fiacco’s jumper in the paint accounted for two of five straight Lafayette points to give the Leopards a 50-40 lead at the 8:50 mark ... Amina Affini’s layup cut into Lafayette’s lead again, making it a 55-47 game with 5:22 showing on the clock ... The Leopards used another big run, this time an 11-0 spurt, including a dagger 3 from the corner off Macklin’s hands. Lafayette led 66-47 with 1:37 to play ... Lafayette had one of its better shooting efforts of the season, going 45 percent from the floor ... The Leopards dominated the glass 47-29 ... Lehigh shot 32 percent from the floor ... The Mountain Hawks host Army Saturday at 7 p.m.

HOLY CROSS CRUSADERS (9-11, 1-4) AT ARMY BLACK KNIGHTS (15-5, 4-1)
Christl Arena (5,043); West Point, N.Y. • Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Series: Holy Cross, 32-19
Streak: Holy Cross, 1 Last Meeting: Holy Cross, 59-50 (West Point, N.Y.; 3.1.12)
Last Army Win: 65-62 (West Point, N.Y.; 2.22.12) Last Five Games: Holy Cross, 3-2

• Holy Cross, as the No. 5 seed, won 59-50 at West Point in the quarterfinals of last year’s Patriot League Tournament.
• The teams split the regular-season series, with Army winning 65-62 at Christl Arena and the Crusaders taking a 62-59 decision in Worcester.
• The Crusaders have won four of the last six showdowns, while Army has six wins in the last 10 meetings.
• Each of the last 10 meetings have been decided by single digits.
• Holy Cross junior Alex Smith leads the League in all games in scoring (14.6).
• Army freshman Kelsey Minato leads in scoring during League play (18.0).
• Minato is averaging a League-high 3.0 made 3s per game in conference play, just ahead of Smith’s 2.8 per outing.

HOLY CROSS Bucknell finished the game on a 20-3 run and erased a 14-point deficit to defeat Holy Cross 62-59 Saturday afternoon at Sojka Pavilion ... Audrey Dotson’s jumper with 2:32 remaining tied the game at 56-all and completed a string of 14 straight Bison points ... Alex Smith responded for Holy Cross with a 3-pointer with 2:05 to go, but Katherine Harris sank a 3 of her own on Bucknell’s next possession to tie the game again with 1:51 remaining ... After the teams traded turnovers, Smith missed a jumper but Brisje Malone came up with the offensive rebound ... Racquel Scott’s next attempt was blocked by Bucknell’s Alyssa Dunn ... Felicia Mgbada came down with the ball and was fouled ... She sank both of her foul shots to put Bucknell ahead 61-59 with 44 seconds left ... It was the Bison’s first lead since 18-17 at the 7:15 mark of the first ... Amy Lepley missed a 3 for Holy Cross on its next possession, and Lindsay Horbatuck hit 1 of 2 from the foul line for Bucknell ... Smith had a look at a 3 in the waning seconds but it did not fall ... Dotson led the Bison with 14 points on 6 of 13 from the field with six rebounds and four assists ... Dunn and Mgbada added 11 points apiece ... Smith had a game-high 17 points for Holy Cross with seven rebounds ... Malone poured in 13 points, seven rebounds and dished six assists ... The Crusaders led 30-24 at halftime and used an early 7-0 run to extend the lead to 39-30 ... Holy Cross used a later 9-1 run to move in front 56-42 with 7:32 remaining ... Bucknell was 15 of 19 from the charity stripe, while Holy Cross was 3 of 4 ... The Bison posted 17 assists on 22 field goals and outrebounded Holy Cross 40-36 ... The Crusaders host Colgate Saturday at 1 p.m.

ARMY Alexis Dobbs scored 12 points and Geleisa George chipped in 10 off the bench as American snapped Army’s five-game win streak with a 45-42 victory at Bender Arena ... Olivia Schretzman and Kelsey Minato both scored 12 points to pace the Black Knights ... Jen Hazlett added eight ... Trailing 43-42 with less than 30 seconds to go, Army had two opportunities at the basket after a missed 3-pointer by Dobbs ... Following a Black Knight timeout, Anna Simmers took a shot with nine seconds to go but it wouldn’t fall ... She grabbed her own offensive rebound but couldn’t convert the second chance ... Dobbs and Michelle Holmes both went 1 of 2 from the foul line in the final seconds to complete the Eagle win ... Sarah Kiely’s jumper gave American an early 8-4 lead, but two Ciara Jackson foul shots a few minutes later tied the game at 8-8 ... Schretzman banked in a layup at the 1:12 mark to bring Army within 17-16, but Dobbs replied with a triple at the buzzer to send American into the intermission up 20-16 ... Two Schretzman free throws tied the game for the eighth time at 35 apiece with 5:29 to go in the game, and Minato’s trey with 3:31 remaining put the Black Knights up 38-37 ... American scraped together a 6-0 run started by a George layup, followed by two Dobbs free throws and a Holmes basket ... American led 43-38 with 1:56 on the clock ... Simmers sank her only basket of the game, a 3-pointer with 1:19 on the clock, and Jordan Elliott converted a layup to bring Army within 43-42 ... American shot 15 of 46 (32.6 percent) to Army’s 17 of 56 (30.4 percent), and hit 14 of 22 from the charity stripe ... Army was 6 of 6 ... The Black Knights won the battle on the boards 42-31 ... Army heads to Lehigh Saturday at 7 p.m.

LAFAYETTE LEOPARDS (8-12, 1-4) AT COLGATE RAIDERS (6-13, 0-5)
Cotterell Court (3,100); Hamilton, N.Y. • Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Series: Lafayette, 31-27 TV: Time Warner Sports (Central N.Y.)
Streak: Colgate, 1 Last Meeting: Colgate, 69-60 (Hamilton, N.Y.; 2.22.12)
Last Lafayette Win: 66-58 (Easton, Pa.; 1.25.12) Last Five Games: Colgate, 3-2

• The programs split the 2011-12 series, with Colgate winning 69-60 in Hamilton and Lafayette taking the Easton showdown 66-58.
• The Raiders have won three straight over Lafayette at Cotterell Court.
• Lafayette’s Kelly Loughney has improved on her season scoring average (5.5 ppg) to 7.6 in League play.
• Lafayette’s Danielle Fiacco is second in the nation averaging 3.95 blocks per game.
• Colgate is 23rd in the country in 3-point field goal percentage defense (.259).
• A League-high six Leopards have scored at least 100 points this season.
• Jhazmine Lynch leads the Raiders in League play averaging 9.0 points per game.

LAFAYETTE Danielle Fiacco paced four Lafayette players in double figures with 17 points and Kelly Loughney added 16 as Lafayette ran away from Lehigh 68-52 Saturday at Kirby Sports Center ... The Leopards shot 52 percent in the first half in building a 13-point lead and saw the lead dwindle to as little as five before regaining control ... Emily Homan had a double-double with 13 points and 11 boards for the Leopards, and Linnel Macklin chipped in 10 points ... Becky Guman led Lehigh with 13 points, and Kerry Kinek added 10 ... Kinek was just 3 of 17 from the floor ... Lehigh opened the game with the first six points and had a 12-6 lead with 10:09 remaining in the first ... Kinek went 1 of 2 from the line to put the Mountain Hawks ahead 13-8 at the 9:30 mark ... Lafayette scored 10 straight points, finished off by a pair of Homan foul shots, to move in front 18-13 with 6:05 on the clock ... Katie O’Reilly’s layup brought Lehigh within 23-20, but the Leopards closed the first half on another 10-0 run to take a 33-20 advantage at the break ... Guman sank back-to-back 3s to cut Lafayette’s lead to 43-35 at the 14:51 mark of the second, and Alexandra Yantzi sank a triple from the top of the key to make it a 43-38 game with 12:29 to go ... Fiacco’s jumper in the paint accounted for two of five straight Lafayette points to give the Leopards a 50-40 lead at the 8:50 mark ... Amina Affini’s layup cut into Lafayette’s lead again, making it a 55-47 game with 5:22 showing on the clock ... The Leopards used another big run, this time an 11-0 spurt, including a dagger 3 from the corner off Macklin’s hands. Lafayette led 66-47 with 1:37 to play ... Lafayette had one of its better shooting efforts of the season, going 45 percent from the floor ... The Leopards dominated the glass 47-29 ... Lehigh shot 32 percent from the floor ... The Leopards finish the first half of League play Saturday at home for a 2 p.m. tip with American.

COLGATE Jade Geif led all scorers with 17 points and added nine rebounds and six assists as Navy won 59-43 over Colgate at Cotterell Court Saturday evening ... Geif was 7 of 9 from the field, helping the Mids finish 22 of 50 (44 percent) for the game ... Alix Membreno (11 points) and Chloe Stapleton (10) also reached double digits for Navy, which moved into a four-way tie for first place in the League with the win ... Missy Repoli paced Colgate with 15 points, while Kelly Reid had a game-high 10 rebounds to go with six points ... Navy, which never trailed in the contest, opened a 7-2 lead a little less than five minutes into the game ... Colgate cut the Mids’ lead to one on two separate occasions, the latter at 12-11 with 8:50 remaining ... Stapleton sank back-to-back 3s and Geif hit a bucket as part of an 8-0 run to put the Mids in front 20-11 at the 5:38 mark ... The Mids would extend the lead to 31-15 at the intermission when Membreno nailed a triple at the buzzer ... Geif converted a jumper and was fouled ... She converted the and-one to give Navy its biggest lead of the game at 47-25 with 11:01 remaining ... The Raiders mounted a small rally, with Paige Kritcher’s 3-pointer bringing them within 49-35 with 6:20 to go ... The Mids regained control with an 8-0 run, capped off by Geif, to take a 57-35 lead ... Navy hit 8 of 28 from downtown to Colgate’s 6 of 15 ... The Raiders shot just 12 of 52 from the field (23.1 percent) ... Colgate visits Holy Cross Saturday at 1 p.m.