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Point guard Tavon Blackman ’17 led Bruno’s scoring efforts against Cornell with 17 points, knocking down all his shots from the free throw line.


Buzzer-beater topples Cornell after Columbia romps over men’s basketball

February 23, 2015 0 comments

The ball bounced around the rim and teetered on the edge for a chilling instant before falling through the net with 1.4 seconds remaining.

Men’s basketball to host Cornell, Columbia


Men’s basketball to host Cornell, Columbia

February 20, 2015 0 comments

The men’s basketball team’s New York trip — in which the squad lost consecutive games to Cornell and Columbia — was Bruno’s worst weekend of the season.

Tavon Blackmon ’17 (pictured), Steven Spieth ’17 and J.R. Hobbie ’17 scored 54 of Bruno’s 71 points against Penn Saturday.


Second half determines men’s basketball’s fate against Princeton, Penn

February 18, 2015 0 comments

Trailing 30-29 at the halftimes of both Ivy contests this weekend, the men’s basketball team played vastly different second halves.

Cedric Kuakamensah ’16 dribbles past an opposing guard. The reigning All-Ivy defensive player of the year has taken a larger role since the departure of Leland King ’17 and hopes to get two wins this weekend.


Men’s basketball visits middling Ivy foes in trip to Keystone State

February 13, 2015 0 comments

Bruno could exploit an overlooked but critical source of offense: the free throw line. Bruno draws more fouls than any other Ivy.

Two-time Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year Cedric Kuakumensah ’16 blocked his 214th shot Friday, moving to third on the all-time Ivy list.

Opportunity for upset slips away in weekend split

February 9, 2015 0 comments

The men’s basketball team may be the best 1-5 team in conference play the Ivy League has seen in a while.

Tavon Blackmon ’17 looks to set the offense with Cedric Kuakamensah ’16. The sophomore hopes to provide a spark against tough Ivy competition.


Men’s basketball welcomes Crimson, Big Green in search of first Ivy win

February 6, 2015 0 comments

There would be no better remedy for the basketball team’s 0-4 conference start than a win over a rival that has won the Ivy League four years in a row.


Without King ’17, men’s basketball ends Empire State trip empty-handed

February 2, 2015 1 comment

Despite hanging close in the second half with two Ivy League opponents, the men’s basketball team was swept this weekend, falling to Cornell and Columbia.

Rafael Maia ’15 shoots a free throw. The senior center will have to step up as Leland King ’17, the Bears’ leading scorer, leaves the team for personal reasons.


Men’s basketball eyes Empire State matchups for first Ivy win

January 30, 2015 0 comments

While an 0-2 start in the Ivy League was not what the men’s basketball team hoped for, the Bears can take a big step forward this weekend.

Rafael Maia ’15 sank 13 of 14 free throws against the Bulldogs. He led Bruno’s scoring efforts, but the team fell just short of victory.


Bulldog’s jump shot seals men’s basketball’s narrow defeat

January 26, 2015 0 comments

The men’s basketball team shook off foul trouble and an absent Leland King ’17 to hang tight with Ivy frontrunner Yale until the game’s final seconds.

Tavon Blackmon ’17 brings the ball up the court. The sophomore point guard was unable to contribute after fouling out in the second half.


Men’s basketball falls to Yale, starts Ivy play with loss

January 23, 2015 0 comments

It was an up and down winter break for the men’s basketball team, which went 4-2 in its final six non-conference games before getting drummed 80-62.