Despite double-digit points by several players, Men’s Basketball falters against (RV) WVU Tech

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BECKLEY, W.Va. --- Four Carlow University men's basketball players scored double-digit points, but it was not enough to overcome (RV) WVU Tech in a River States Conference game Tuesday. The Celtics (1-24, 0-12 RSC) lost, 135-88, to the Golden Bears (19-7, 13-1 RSC).

Freshman Eugene Goodwine (Pittsburgh, Pa.) was 4 for 5 from the free throw line and added three treys to lead the Celtics with 23 points. Tre' Harvey (FR/Pittsburgh, Pa.) scored 22 points and pulled down seven boards.

Swade Redman (JR/Jeannette, Pa.) and Marcus Millien (SO/Orlando, Fla.) each added 10 points in the effort. Redman also dished out six assists.

The Golden Bears took a commanding 32-point lead into halftime and did not take their foot off the gas the rest of the game, out-scoring Carlow 64-49 in the second half.

Carlow shot 51.6 percent from the field and 66.7 percent from the line.

WVU Tech's bench scored 59 points to Carlow's 27 bench points. Each team scored 46 points in the paint.

WVU Tech scored 20 points off 13 Carlow turnovers and out-rebounded the Celtics 48-23.

Carlow hosts the University of Rio Grande (Ohio) Saturday, Feb. 15 for a 3 p.m. RSC game.

It is a Black Out game, and fans are asked to bring a nonperishable food item and/or a blanket as a donation for the Carlow Closet and the homeless shelter. Black long sleeve tees will be on sale for $15, with the proceeds benefiting Alternative Spring Break.

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