Men’s Basketball Hits 21 Three-Pointers in KCAC Quarterfinal Win Over Tabor, 114-86

BARTLESVILLE, Okla. – The Oklahoma Wesleyan men’s basketball team set a season-high by hitting 21 three-pointers in their 114-86 victory over Tabor College in the KCAC Quarterfinals.

The Eagles finished the game 21-for-32 from behind the arc for a remarkable 66 percent.

Breiman Alexander led the charge with a game-high 34 points on 9-of-11 shooting from behind the three-point line. Alexander also collected four assists and four rebounds in the game. Isaak Rowe poured in 21 points and 11 rebounds recording his fifth double-double of the season. Elbert Lawrence went a perfect 3-for-3 from deep on his way to 17 points, while KJ Malveau finished with 16 points and nine assists.

Oklahoma Wesleyan shot 60% (39/65) from the field and recorded a season-high 28 assists as a team. They outrebounded Tabor 36 to 25 on the boards and forced the Bluejays in 14 turnovers.

Julian Winton led Tabor in scoring with 31 points.

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With the win, the Eagles advance to the KCAC Semifinals and will host Friends University on Saturday, February 24th. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:00 pm inside the Mueller Sports Center.