WESTMINSTER, Md. - Sophomore guard Dwayne Morton (Waynesville, Mo./Waynesville) was the Goucher College men's basketball teams lone double-digit scorer on the day, as he matched a game-high with 19 points in a 69-53 defeat at McDaniel on Saturday.
TOWSON, Md. - Four different Goucher College men’s basketball players scored in double-figures, as the Gophers posted their highest offensive output of the young season on Wednesday night against Gwynedd Mercy. But, it wasn’t enough, as the visiting Griffins shot over 72 percent from the floor in a 105-69 victory at the Decker SRC Arena.
SELINSGROVE, Pa. - Susquehanna’s Tyler Hoagland made the game-winning basket with two seconds left in regulation, as the Goucher men’s basketball team dropped a tough 56-55 decision to the Riverhawks in the Landmark Conference season opener for both teams on Saturday.
ST. DAVIDS, Pa. - Junior Dwayne Morton (Waynesville, Mo./Waynesville) and first-year Nate Kaniut (Arlington, Va./Yorktown) scored 14 points, apiece, to lead the Goucher College men’s basketball team in the scoring column in a 104-64 defeat at Eastern in non-conference action on Wednesday night.
BALTIMORE, Md. - For the third time in the first four games of the season, sophomore Dwayne Morton (Waynesville, Mo./Waynesville) went into double-figures, as he scored a team-high 10 points for the Goucher men’s basketball team in an exhibition game at NCAA Division I member Loyola on Tuesday night.
TOWSON, Md. - Visiting Washington College jumped out to a double-digit lead in the first eight minutes of action and never looked back against the Goucher College men’s basketball team on Sunday afternoon, as the Shoremen upended the Gophers, 80-58, at the Decker Sports and Recreation Center.
TOWSON, Md - Visiting Salisbury used a scoring run at the end of the first half to go up double-digits, then never looked back, as the Goucher men’s basketball team fell to the Seagulls, 92-50, on Saturday in nonconference action at the Decker Sports and Recreation Center.
TOWSON, Md. - Sophomore Dwayne Morton (Waynesville, Mo./Waynesville) poured in a career and game-high 21 points, but it wasn’t enough, as visiting Wilson pulled away over the final minute of action to take a thrilling 67-63 win over the Gophers in the 2017-18 season opener for both squads on Wednesday night at the Decker Sports and Recreation Center.
The Goucher men’s basketball program looks to continue the steady improvements they have made over the past 2 seasons under Coach Tom Rose. Last year the team finished with a
10-15 record overall and tied for 7th place in the Landmark Conference.