Men’s Basketball Fall Short at Notre Dame 95-84

Despite Pat Johnson-Agwu pouring in 31 points, The Yellow Jacket Basketball Team fell short on the road at Notre Dame 95-84. 

The hard-luck Yellow Jackets fell behind after the first half 48-41, before being outscored 47-43 in the second half to drop their fifth consecutive game, to fall too 2-6 on the season, with an MEC record of 1-4. 

Johnson-Agwu also pulled down nine rebounds, while Glen Abram poured in 21 points. 

Larenz Thurman led Notre Dame with 23 points, while Will Voorhees had 22 points and 12 rebounds. 

Notre Dame moves too 7-2, with an MEC record of 4-1. 

The Yellow Jackets return home on Monday December 10th where they host the Urbana Blue Knights. 

About Noah Fulks

Noah Fulks is sports editor of the YJ. He is a member of the State men’s tennis team, and a huge fan of the women’s tennis team. He leads the YJ sports staff in reporting about all State sports team.
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