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Bucknell Advances to Patriot League Semi-Finals - Mar 9, 2019


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Lewisburg, PA- Bucknell and Holy Cross met in their rubber match game in the quarterfinals of the Patriot League tournament. Tied at the half at 33-33, it was a close game until Bucknell pulled away in the second half behind an 18-3 run. They would lead the remainder of the way and won decidedly 77-65.

The Bison were led by Kimbal Mackenzie (6'1''-G-96) who scored the team's first 10 points of the game. Mackenzie made seven three pointers on the night and scored a game high 27 points. Mackenzie was named as a First Team All Patriot League selection. He is one of the best guards in the conference and capitalizes on his ability to score at all levels. Once he drew the defense to the three point line, he was able to pump fake and drive past them and pick up some easy assists. He is also lightning quick in transition and able to get to the rim when he wants. Mackenzie also did a good job of tracking down long rebounds, picking up five on the night.

The Bison were led on the glass by Nate Sestina who was a rebound away from a double-double. He was a force to be reckoned with on the defensive glass picking up some heavily contested rebounds over Crusader defenders. Sestina was also good in the post tonight scoring 14 points. He was able to pin down smaller defenders whenever he got away from Jehyve Floyd and used a nice little hook shot to score inside. John Meeks also had 14 points for the Bison. Meeks used his thick frame to position himself under the glass and pick up several second chance opportunities. Freshman Andrew Funk came up with nine points on 3-of-7 shooting from three. He hit back to back three pointers to give the Bison the lead in the second half, a lead they would not relinquish.

Jehyve Floyd, Holy Cross' best player, had an off night. He was just 1-of-5 from the free throw line and 6-of-13 from the field. He was frustrated by the defense of Sestina and Bruce Moore. Floyd who is normally an adept passer out of the high post made some ill-advised decisions resulting in a game high six turnovers. Jacob Grandison, who scored 22 points and grabbed 16 rebounds against Lafayette on Tuesday, was able to score 13 points and snatch nine rebounds for the Crusaders. At 6'6, he is one of the biggest guards in the conference and does a great job at using his size to go over smaller defenders at the rim and to grab boards.

Bucknell will host Lehigh on Sunday for a spot in the Patriot League Championship game. The Bison are going for their third title in three years.

This article was written by Noah Molk, a correspondent and scout for NetScouts Basketball.
  



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