FROSTBURG, MD -
Frostburg State welcomes long-time foe Shenandoah to Bobcat Arena Tuesday night. The Bobcats, who own a 42-32 lead in the all-time series, look to rebound from a 73-37 loss to Muskingum, while the Hornets aim to extend their winning streak to three games.
TIPOFF: Bobcat Arena - 7:30 pm
RECORDS: Frostburg State: 2-2; Shenandoah: 2-1
SERIES: FSU leads 42-32
LAST MEETING: Shenandoah 76-59 (at Winchester, Va.)
GAME NOTES: The long-standing series between Frostburg State and Shenandoah continues as the Bobcats host the Hornets Tuesday night.
The teams first met in 1936 and have since played 74 times, with Frostburg State holding a 42-32 advantage. Shenandoah has dominated as of late, winning nine out of the last 12 contests.
The Bobcats will look to snap a two-game skid and quickly forget about their 73-37 loss to Muskingum last Saturday. FSU shot just 25.9 percent (14-of-54) from the floor, including 1-of-20 from three-point range, and its 37 points tied for the seventh-lowest scoring output in the program’s 61-year history.
Senior Myro Small leads the Bobcats with 11.0 points per game, followed by freshman Brian Owen (7.8), senior Ryan Grabill (7.5), junior Chris Vaughn (7.3) and junior David Quay, Jr. (7.0).
Junior Paul Owens paces FSU in rebounding with 5.3 boards per game, while junior Jocara Knight is pulling down 4.0 boards per outing.
The Bobcats have averaged 79 points in their two wins and just 51 points in their two defeats.
Shenandoah brings a 2-1 record into tonight’s game after a 92-82 win over Eastern Mennonite last Tuesday.
Junior Chris Rhone led the way with 37 points, the eighth-highest scoring effort in Hornet history, and also pulled down 11 rebounds.
Sophomore James Brodie and senior Halston Camp posted identical double-doubles of 12 points and 11 rebounds.
Rhone is averaging a team-high 25.0 points to go along with 7.3 rebounds, while Camp leads the way with 8.7 rebounds per game.
Junior Chris Jenkins (9.0 ppg, 3.3 rpg), senior Lenny Myers (6.3, 3.7) and Brodie (8.0, 8.0) round out a solid starting lineup.
Shenandoah won last year's meeting, 76-59, blowing open a tight contest with a 23-8 run over the final 7:55.
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Office of Sports Information
Frostburg State University
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD 21532-2303