Thursday, December 12, 2013
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- GCI Upgrades ESF’s Capacity for Composting
- EPA Awards $345,000 to Protect Wetlands in New York
- Rosen Fellowships Take ESF Students into the Field
- Powell Named Forest Biotechnologist of the Year
- ESF Students Score with SU Quidditch Team
Davis College Tops ESF Basketball Team
Poor first half hampers Mighty Oaks
The ESF men's basketball team traveled to Davis College Feb. 5 to take on the Falcons, falling 95-74 in a frustrating loss.
The Mighty Oaks missed eight layups in the first half and had 14 turnovers, leading to a 55-35 half time advantage for the Falcons. ESF tried to fight back but was unable to get out of the hole before the game ended.
The Mighty Oaks' 74 points marked their best-scoring gameof the season. They were led by freshman Sage Beemer's 12 points and five rebounds while sophomore Danny MacElrath and senior Zach Kalette both contributed 10 points.
The Mighty Oaks look to rebound Feb. 10 as they travel to rival Paul Smith's College. Tip is at 2 p.m.
- By Audrey Hart SU '15Office of Communications
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