Roundup: Williams men's basketball falls to Wesleyan

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WILLIAMSTOWN — On Saturday night, BJ Davis hit a floater with 0.9 seconds remaining to hand Wesleyan a 58-56 come-from-behind win over Williams College in men's basketball.

The Ephs, down two starters through injury, put up a fight against the defending NESCAC champions, but in the end the Cardinals had just enough to escape with a win.

Dan Aronowitz continued his hot start to the season with 27 points and 13 rebounds for Williams, and Kyle Scadlock added 11 points and seven boards.

Wesleyan won the turnover battle, forcing 15 Eph turnovers to its five, and scored 12 points off of turnovers.

Williams led 34-25 at the break, but a 33-22 second half swung the game back in favor of the Cardinals.

Davis had 17 points and eight rebounds, while Joseph Kuo had 13 points and seven boards in the win.

Williams falls to 5-1 on the year, while Wesleyan improves to 6-1. The Ephs are back in action on Wednesday at Oneonta.

College Wrestling

WILLIAMS FOURTH AT YORK INVITATIONAL

In York, Pa., Saturday, the Williams College wrestling teak took fourth place overall at the York Invitational, finishing with 117 team points.

Ithaca won with 206.5 points, Roger Williams was second and Johnson & Wales finished third.

Jorge Lopez, Jack Savoca, Anthony Brooks and Chris Chorzepa were the four placers for Williams.

Lopez took first place at 157 pounds, topping Logan Meister of Ferrum College via decision.

Chorzepa also took first at 184, besting Ithaca's Carlos Toribio by majority decision, 11-3.

Savoca finished second at 149, falling by decision to Daniel Downes from Roger Williams.

Brooks finished fourth at 197, falling to Elizabethtown's Luke Fernandez by decision.

Williams returns to the mat on Friday with a home dual meet against Trinity.


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