January 04, 2020

SFA Pulls Away From UNO

Bryson Robinson's 31 wasn't
nearly enough against SFA0j
Stephen F. Austin began the second half with a 13-1 run to break open a close game and rout host New Orleans 87-68 at Lakefront Arena.

SFA, who you may have heard beat Duke, led just 34-32 at the break against a shorthanded but spirited Privateer team.  But the layups and easy buckets started to come much easier against UNO, a team increasingly decimated by injuries.  Jaylen Key joined that list during the game, and Ahren Freeman was the latest not to dress out at all.

Bryson Robinson led his depleted crew with 31 points, and Jahmel Myers added 10.

What's left of the Privateers will stay at home and take on Central Arkansas on Wednesday.

Bryson Robinson looks for somebody open

Jahmel Myers goes up for a score

Charles Bohannon tries a 3

Raquon Brown is fouled and also seems amused

Robinson with the mid-range jumper

Robinson tryna think of something; guy who ultimately
kept us in D1 in background grimly accepting tonight's fate

Raquon Brown drives to the hole

Troy Green works against dude who beat Duke

Gerrale Gates fighting to score inside