Panthers Fall to Webster, Record Stands at 4-2
The Greenville Men’s Basketball team came up short against Webster University on Wednesday, Dec. 4th. With home court advantage, the Gorloks were able to top the Panthers 77 to 63. Webster was led by stand out center, Kevin Miller.
Miller scored a team high of 19 points and was 8 for 11 from the field. Miller holds the fourth highest field goal percentage in the SLIAC conference, making 32 of out of 57 shots. Webster’s guard, Hollis Edwards, also had a fantastic game. Edwards scored 15 points, and was key contributor to the Gorlok’s offensive charge.
The Panthers gave a valiant effort, but Webster’s offensive efficiency was too much for Greenville. Senior, Alex Mumphard, put up excellent numbers, along with sophomore guard Tim Daniel. Both players scored 18 points. Tim Daniel remained consistent from beyond the arc and hit 4 of 7 three pointers. Greenville’s star forward, Ron Harris, also pulled down 15 rebounds and added 11 points to the Panther’s tally.
The result of the game pushed the Panthers to a record of 4-2, but Greenville is still moving forward every game. So come support your Greenville Panthers on Saturday at home as they take on Blackburn at 3 p.m.