|Spring Arbor (Mich.) 13-10, 5-6 CL||38||42||80|
|Taylor (Ind.) 17-6, 8-3 CL||40||42||82|
|Jan. 24, 2017|
|Spring Arbor (Mich.)||Indv. Leaders||Taylor (Ind.)|
|#2 Caleb Hogans - 20||Points||#15 Mason Degenkolb - 22|
|#22 Thomas Starks - 8||Rebounds||#21 Evan Crowe - 7|
|#11 Paul Marandet - 8||Assists||2 Players (#13,#35) - 3|
|Spring Arbor (Mich.)||Team Statistics||Taylor (Ind.)|
|51.8% (29 - 56)||Field Goals %||55.9% (33 - 59)|
|50% (11 - 22)||3 Point Field Goals %||37.5% (9 - 24)|
|73.3% (11 - 15)||Free Throws||58.3% (7 - 12)|
|2||2nd Chance Pts||4|
UPLAND, Ind. – Taylor University freshman Mason Degenkolb scored the game-winning basket with four seconds remaining to lift the No. 16 ranked Trojans to an 82-80 victory over the Spring Arbor University men's basketball team Tuesday night inside Odle Arena.
Spring Arbor and Taylor have a history of dramatic games in recent years. The last seven meetings between the two teams have been decided by a combined 12 points with neither team ever posting more than a four point win in a single game.
FINAL SCORE: Spring Arbor 80, #16 Taylor 82
LOCATION: Odle Arena | Upland, Ind.
RECORDS: Spring Arbor 13-10 (5-6 CL), Taylor 17-6 (8-3 CL)
HOW IT HAPPENED
FOR THE COUGARS
FOR THE TROJANS
Spring Arbor returns home to host Huntington University in the Hall of Fame game on Saturday, Jan. 28 at 3 p.m. At halftime of the game against the Foresters, Spring Arbor will recognize its three Hall of Fame inductees – Glenn Rutenbar, Amy (Douglass) Lassanske and Kim (Sturm) Adams – before officially inducting them in a ceremony that evening.