Goucher Men's Basketball Plays Final Home Game Of The Season On Wednesday Against Catholic

Goucher Men's Basketball Plays Final Home Game Of The Season On Wednesday Against Catholic
The Game
 
  • Catholic (8-15, 4-8 Landmark) at Goucher (5-18, 2-10 Landmark) 
  • Wednesday, February 19, 2020, 7 p.m.
  • Decker Sports and Recreation Center/Baltimore, Md.
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Opening Tip
 
  • Goucher hosts Catholic in its final home game of the season on Wednesday
  • It marks the 56th meeting in the series between the former Capital Athletic Conference and Landmark Conference rivals
  • The Cardinals have won the last two games in the series with both contests coming in Washington DC, including a 67-59 decision on January 27
  • Goucher won 84-82 in overtime in Baltimore last season after Timmy O'Farrell's heroics tied the game at the end of regulation for the Gophers last win in the matchup
About The Cardinals
 
  • Catholic comes into the contest 8-15 overall and 4-8 in league play after falling 74-58 to Susquehanna on Saturday
  • Riley Hayes powered the Cardinals with 19 points while Arvelle Jones and Justin Pryor each added 10 points
  • Hayes leads the team with 14.8 points and 10.2 rebounds per game while Colin Hartmann ranks second with 12.0 points per game
The Last Time We Met 
 
  • Catholic defeated Goucher 67-59 on January 29
  • Cam Isaacs registered 11 points and Pat Goralski added 10 points for the Gophers
  • Riley Hayes fueled the Cardinals with 12 points and 18 rebounds while Justin Pryor (12 points), Colinn Hartmann (11 points) and Will Mulquin (10 points) also found double figures for the Cardinals
Last Time Out
 
  • Goucher fell 69-64 to Moravian on Saturday on Senior Day
  • Dwayne Morton had 15 points and seven rebounds for the Gophers
In The Gopher Hole
 
  • Dwayne Morton needs 20 points to become the ninth player in program history to score 1,100 points in his career and if he scores 40 points in his last two games can move into eighth place
  • Pat Goralski needs 13 points to reach the 500-point mark in his career
  • Cam Isaacs has hauled in five or more rebounds in six of his last nine contests
  • Josh Lichti has scored eight or more points nine times this season and is averaging 10.0 points per game in his last two tilts
  • The team was featured on Fox 45 in Baltimore on Sports Unlimited on Sunday night and if you missed the segment, click HERE to view
Next Time On The Hardwood
 
  • The Gophers concludes the regular season at Scranton on Saturday
  • Game time is 2 p.m.
25th Anniversary Celebration
 
  • This season marks the 25th Anniversary of the 1994-95 team that won the Capital Athletic Conference Tournament title and defeated the defending NCAA Division III National Champion Lebanon Valley for the college's first-ever NCAA Tournament win
  • We will recount that season through social media posts and other events including guest coaches of the game
  • For more information on the 25th Anniversary celebration, click HERE