Bennett Jr Scores Career High 19 Points

Bennett Jr Scores Career High 19 Points

Salisbury, MD – Penn State Harrisburg could not overcome a good Salisbury three-point attack falling by 16 points. The Lions got a strong effort from Anthony Bennett Jr. who scored 19 points. In first start, Brandon Coleman played well scoring 12 points.


Penn State Harrisburg 60 vs. Salisbury 76


Penn State Harrisburg Starters:

Brandon Coleman, Trent Thomas, Gbolahan Alliyu, Kahlil Williams, and Ibn-Haneef Nelson


Salisbury Starters:

Davis, Barcikowski, Kumor, Ogunyoye, and Dorsey



Penn State Harrisburg: (4-3 Overall, 1-3 Conference)


Salisbury.: (3-2 Overall, 1-1 Conference)


Inside The Stats:

Field Goals: Penn State Harrisburg (17-49) vs. Salisbury (25-63)

Assists: Harrisburg (11) vs. Salisbury (11)

Turnovers: Harrisburg (22) vs. Salisbury (13)

Rebounds: Harrisburg (40) vs. Salisbury (35)


How it Happened:

After the Seagulls opened the game on a 8-2 run, Trent Thomas answered with a three-point basket. The Lions continued to chase the Seagulls throughout the half getting important baskets for Anthony Bennett Jr and Brandon Coleman, but could not consistently cut into the deficit entering halftime down by 15. The Lions struggled in the opening minutes of the second half, quickly falling behind by as many as 23 points. The Lions would close the gap thanks to a couple of three-point shots from Tariq Bennett, but could not get within 11 points.


Impact Performance:

Anthony Bennett Jr.- 19 Points

Brandon Coleman- 12 Points


What's Next:

Penn State Harrisburg will return home to face DeSales University on Monday December 4th at 7:00 PM