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Mulumba's Late Buckets Give Concord an 86-83 Win Over Bluefield State - Jan 29, 2019


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The Concord University men's basketball team got two big buckets from sophomore David Bea Mulumba (6'6''-F) in the closing seconds as it clipped Bluefield State for an 86-83 win Monday night at the Carter Center. Tied at 79-79 after a three-point play by senior guard Tommy Bolte, the Mountain Lions (13-5) got a defensive stand as junior guard Jair Rodgers (5'11''-PG) forced a turnover. With less than 40 seconds left, David Bea Mulumba drifted to the top of the key where Bolte found the sophomore for a go-ahead three-pointer. Not to be outdone, BSC's Korey Williams was fouled while shooting a three-pointer and completed a four-point play to give the Blues (6-14) a one-point edge with 24 seconds left. Out of a timeout, Bolte once again penetrated down the lane where he found David Bea Mulumba for the game-winning layup with seven seconds left. However, David Bea Mulumba's work wasn't done though as he sprinted down the floor to cause a deflection and a Bluefield State turnover. Rodgers was able to make two free throws with two seconds left to ensure a CU win. The Mountain Lions controlled the first half, including opening the game on a 19-8 run in which they made five three-pointers. But, Bluefield State slowly chipped away at the deficit and was tied with Concord at halftime, 41-41. BSC kept its momentum into the second half as it outscored CU 19-12 over the first eight minutes. The Maroon and Gray was forced to chase the lead, and it wasn't until a Rodgers' three-pointer with 3:28 left in the contest that Concord led for the second time in the second half, 74-72. Bolte led all scorers in the game with 25 points on 12-for-20 shooting and a 9-for-10 showing at the foul line. Bolte also added seven rebounds and four steals. Rodgers poured in 27 points as he shot 7-for-14 from the floor and went 10-for-10 at the charity stripe. With five points in the final 38 seconds, David Bea Mulumba added 14 points to the scoring column. CU wraps up its home stand as it plays Glenville State 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Courtesy of: cumountainlions.com   




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