Friday, October 24, 2014
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- ESF Honored for Commitment to Blood Drives
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- SUNY Manufacturing Funding Benefits ESF Work
- Nature Photographer To Be Honored with ESF’s Annual Feinstone Award
- ‘Humanitarian Engineering’ Puts ESF Students to Work
Basketball Team Drops Game to Albany College of Pharmacy
Albany opens up lead in first half
The Mighty Oaks hosted the Panthers of Albany College of Pharmacy Nov. 10 in a disappointing 84-64 loss.
The Mighty Oaks started out strong with a 12-4 lead but the first half went back and forth with four lead changes. The ESF team pulled ahead at 33-32, but Albany closed on a 9-0 run to end the half on top, 41-33.
Poor shooting from the field and bad turnovers cost the Mighty Oaks in the second half as the Panthers took home the victory.
ESF was led by junior Andrew LaPolt's 11 points and 7 rebounds and senior Zach Kalette's 10 points.
The Mighty Oaks will travel to Medaille College Nov 17 for a noon tip.
- By Audrey Hart SU '15Office of Communications
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