Contemporary off a victory against West Liberty, the No. 9 group in Division II, College of Charleston men’s mentor Dwaine Osborne doesn’t want his players feeling cozy. Not with Fairmont Point out looming on the program.
The Golden Eagles (6-2), searching for their seventh straight get, vacation to Fairmont for Wednesday’s 7:30 p.m. Mountain East Convention tipoff. The Falcons (4-1) lead the North Division, with UC a 50 %-activity out of 1st in the South.
“We’ll have our palms total making an attempt to determine out how to cope with them,’’ Osborne said. “They’ve obtained some dudes.
“I feel our players have done a definitely excellent task of just concentrating on the job at hand. Once again, I feel it is about us striving to frequently try to get much better. I assume what transpires when you acquire a recreation like [West Liberty], you can grow to be a minor little bit complacent. I’ll be all above them at exercise. They’ll think I’m the maddest male in the planet, possibly. But I’ll be immediately after them quite superior, hoping to hold them on edge a minimal bit.’’
Fairmont State brings a powerful offense into the contest, averaging 95.4 details per game, 2nd only to West Liberty (102.6) in the MEC. Dale Bonner (18.) paces the scoring for the Falcons.
For Charleston, Lamont McManus potential customers a balanced attack at 14.6 details for each sport. UC’s defense is rated first in the league, allowing only 69.3 points for each sport.
West Virginia Point out (6-1) hits the street Wednesday to perform at Frostburg State (2-5). The Yellow Jackets lead the South Division pursuing a loss by Glenville State (5-1) on Monday to West Liberty.
State’s Glen Abram (23.6) tops the MEC in scoring, with teammate Jeremiah Moore (19.7) also in the major 10. Agyei Edwards (20.2) is the leading scorer for Frostburg.
The Kanawha Valley’s two MEC women’s groups are also competing Wednesday. Unbeaten UC (8-) travels to Fairmont Point out (3-5), whilst West Virginia State (4-4) visits Frostburg (2-6). The two of those games are established to begin at 5 p.m.