Photo by Robert Cifone
PIPPA PASSES, Ky. --- Carlow University men's basketball lost a
River States Conference game against Alice Lloyd College, 105-73,
on the road Thursday.
The Celtics (1-22, 0-10 RSC) scored the first basket of the game
eight seconds in, a three-pointer by sophomore Marcus
Millien (Orlando, Fla.). Carlow kept it within a few
points before the Eagles (11-11, 5-5 RSC) found a groove, going on
a 19-5 run to lead, 27-14, with under 12 minutes remaining in the
Alice Lloyd continued to tack on the points, leading 54-31
heading into halftime. Carlow could not overcome the deficit, as
the Eagles out-scored the Celtics, 51-43, in the second half.
The Eagles out-rebounded the Celtics, 44-33, made 11
three-pointers and shot 51.3 percent from the field on the night
compared to Carlow's 44.4 percent.
Alice Lloyd's Blake Smith scored
29 points in just a little over 25 minutes on the court, shooting
12 for 18 from the field. The Celtics shot 64.7 percent from the
Millien led the team with 18 points,
including four treys.
Tre' Harvey (FR/Pittsburgh, Pa.) was 2 for 2
from the foul line with 16 points, and Jenkins
Kimber (JR/Philadelphia, Pa.) added 12 points off the
The Celtics finish up their Kentucky road trip at Asbury
University on Feb. 1. The RSC game is scheduled for a 3 p.m. start,
and links to live coverage can be found at https://bit.ly/MBB_1920.
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