• Lindsay Impresses Coaches, Earns All-Landmark Nod
    February 24, 2011
    MADISON, N.J. — Sophomore post player Trae Lindsay (Baltimore, Md./Patapsco) has been chosen to represent Goucher on the 2010-11 All-Landmark Conference Men's Basketball Team.
  • Cardinals Prevail Thanks to .615 Shooting Percentage
    February 19, 2011
    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Opponents managed to shoot only 41.2 percent from the field against Goucher during the first 20 games of the 2010-11 season. Only two — Washington (Md.) on November 20 and Drew on January 14 — exceeded 50 percent when they faced the Gophers.
  • Gophers Do Damage to Rangers' Playoff Seeding
    February 12, 2011
    TOWSON, Md. — With all four spots in the Landmark Conference playoffs already spoken for, Goucher could only influence seeding when it hosted Drew tonight. By scoring the final seven points of the game, head coach Leonard Trevino's Gophers pulled out a 63-56 victory that dropped the Rangers into a three-way tie with Catholic and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy for second place.
  • Loss to Mariners Ends Gophers' Playoff Hopes
    February 11, 2011
    TOWSON, Md. — Goucher, which prevailed by one point over the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy on Jan. 15 thanks to a buzzer-beating 3-pointer by Marcus Cotton (Silver Spring, Md./Springbrook), needed to defeat the Mariners again tonight in order to remain in the chase for the Landmark Conference playoffs.
  • Gophers Pin 53-50 Setback on Greyhounds
    February 05, 2011
    BETHLEHEM, Pa. — In a game in which the two teams were never separated by more than eight points, Goucher came out on top of Moravian, 53-50, this afternoon, making this the third time the Gophers defeated the Greyhounds in Johnston Hall during the four-year existence of the Landmark Conference.
  • Royals Hang On to First Place with 73-64 Victory
    February 04, 2011
    SCRANTON, Pa. — Despite a 23-point performance by freshman guard Colby Giacubeno (Baltimore, Md./Perry Hall), Goucher fell to 0-8 all-time against Scranton when the Royals turned back the Gophers, 73-64, in Landmark Conference action tonight.
  • Bench Makes Difference as Crusaders Slip Past Gophers
    January 29, 2011
    TOWSON, Md. — Very little went right for Goucher in tonight's Landmark Conference game against Susquehanna after Trae Lindsay (Baltimore, Md./Patapsco) made a pair of free throws with 2:21 left to play, allowing the Gophers to close to within 59-58.
  • Late 12-0 Run Provides Gophers with Breathing Room
    January 28, 2011
    TOWSON, Md. — Although Goucher never surrendered the lead it was handed when Leroy Williams (Baltimore, Md./Patapsco) cashed in a pair of free throws to snap a 21-21 tie with Juniata with 4:41 left to play in the first half, the Gophers had still not managed to put the Eagles away as the game clock first showed less than five minutes remaining in tonight's Landmark Conference contest.
  • Landmark-Leading Royals Handle Gophers, 70-47
    January 22, 2011
    TOWSON, Md. — Goucher didn't pick a particularly good night for its worst shooting effort of the season. The Gophers shot 22.9 percent from the field by going 16-for-70 against Scranton and suffered a 70-47 loss to the Landmark Conference-leading Royals this evening in front of a crowd of 355 in the Decker Sports & Recreation Center.
  • Greyhounds Take Control Early, Put Away Gophers
    January 21, 2011
    TOWSON, Md. — Goucher trailed Moravian by 10 points before this evening's Landmark Conference game in the Decker Sports & Recreation Center was even three minutes old. And even though the Gophers narrowed the gap to as few as three points, the Greyhounds came away with an 80-67 victory.
  • Cotton Provides Heroics with Buzzer-Beating 3-Point FG
    January 15, 2011
    KINGS POINT, N.Y. — A buzzer-beating 3-point shot from the corner by Marcus Cotton (Silver Spring, Md./Springbrook) provided Goucher with a 59-58 Landmark Conference victory over the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy this afternoon.
  • Rangers Keep Gophers from Much-Needed Landmark Win
    January 14, 2011
    MADISON, N.J. — Goucher, which trailed by as many as 15 points in the first half, seemed to be on the verge of putting Drew away this evening and picking up its first Landmark Conference win of the season when Dorian Green (Baltimore, Md./Cardinal Gibbons) knocked down a jumper to provide the Gophers with a 54-48 lead with 10:46 remaining.
  • Eagles Accept Charity, Pin 67-56 Setback on Gophers
    January 08, 2011
    HUNTINGDON, Pa. — Goucher and Juniata finished with identical shooting percentages in this afternoon's Landmark Conference game as both teams were 21-for-49 from the field. The Gophers made six 3-point attempts, two more than the Eagles, and head coach Leonard Trevino's squad was nearly perfect at the free-throw line.
  • Production Off Bench Allows Crusaders to Coast, 70-50
    January 07, 2011
    SELINSGROVE, Pa. — Goucher made only five field goals in the second half — two of which were in the final minute of play — and Susquehanna's bench delivered 38 points as the Crusaders topped the Gophers, 70-50, this evening in a Landmark Conference game.
  • Gophers Get Struck by Lightning, Suffer 70-58 Setback
    January 04, 2011
    TOWSON, Md. — Goucher and Lehman were never separated by more than eight points during the first half of their inaugural encounter in the sport of men's basketball tonight, but the Lightning used an early run of eight consecutive points in the second half to open up a 13-point advantage. The Gophers responded with 10 unanswered points and closed to within 44-41 on a layup by spohomore post player Trae Lindsay (Baltimore, Md./Patapsco).
  • Division II Trio Piles Up Big Numbers Against Gophers
    December 19, 2010
    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — There are possibly a few hurricanes that struck this Caribbean island that didn't do as much damage as three players in particular inflicted on Goucher today. Emmanuel Colon, Ruben Rodriguez and Juan Carl Rodriguez combined for 68 points and 28 rebounds in leading Central Bayamon past head coach Leonard Trevino's Gophers, 82-71.
  • Gophers Dispose of Saints, 88-84, in Triple Overtime
    December 11, 2010
    TOWSON, Md. — Goucher and Marymount were both in search of their second victories of the 2010-11 season when they met up tonight in the Decker Sports & Recreation Center. Considering their recent history in games that go into overtime, the last place the Gophers probably wanted to be was locked in a 64-64 tie with the Saints at the end of regulation.
  • Cardinals Close Out Gophers with Late 25-11 Run
    December 04, 2010
    TOWSON, Md. — In the 21-year history of Goucher's men's basketball program, the Gophers have faced Catholic more times than any other opponent. Tonight in front of a crowd of 707 in the Decker Sports & Recreation Center, the two teams renewed acquaintances for the 47th time.
  • Gophers Celebrate First Victory of 2010-11 Season
    November 30, 2010
    TOWSON, Md. — Shane Yambor (Burtonsville, Md./Paint Branch) was Goucher's leading scorer and top rebounder as the Gophers registered their first victory of the season, a 63-54 triumph over Maryland Bible tonight in the Decker Sports & Recreation Center.
  • Gophers Never Recover from Slow Start, Bow to Shoremen
    November 20, 2010
    OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Considering that Goucher missed its first eight shots from the field and committed turnovers on five of its first eight possessions, maybe the Gophers were fortunate to be down only 10-0 to Washington (Md.) after 4:12 today as they battled the Shoremen for seventh place in the 2010 Pride of Maryland Championship.
  • Blue Jays Top Gophers in Consolation Semifinals
    November 19, 2010
    OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Trae Lindsay (Baltimore, Md./Patapsco) supplied Goucher with career-high totals of 14 points and nine rebounds against Johns Hopkins today, but the sophomore post player's efforts were not enough to lead the Gophers to their first victory of the 2010-11 season.
  • Blazers Knock Gophers Out of Winners' Bracket
    November 16, 2010
    FREDERICK, Md. — After falling behind 6-0 at the outset, Goucher spent the entire first half tonight trying to catch Hood as the two teams squared off in the opening round of the sixth annual Pride of Maryland Championship in the Capt. Jennifer J. Shafer Odom Fitness Center.