by Josh Lynch
In coming off back to back wins against UMass Lowell and St. Peters Peacocks, St. Francis Brooklyn
Terriers (7-4) looked to continue their streak on Wednesday against undefeated St. John’s
Sad to say, that couldn’t quite happen.
The RedStorm cruised past the Terriers in team fashion in an 86-52 win on Wednesday night at
Luis Figueroa (13 points), Shamorie Ponds (12 points), Marvin Clark (12points), and Mikey
Dixon (13 points) would all lead the Red Storm in double figures.
After the Terriers let a slight lead slip away due to an 11-0 run by the RedStorm early in the
first half, things would get out of hand.
The RedStorm would up their lead by 13 at the half and continued to raise the point spread even further all night.
A mixture of bad shooting and a lack of stoppage in the paint would kill the Terriers all night.
The Terriers shot a horrid 27% from the field and went 2 of 15 from beyond the arc. Glenn Sabarina, the Terriers’ starting point guard who serves as a main scoring contributor to the team, was held scoreless in going 0-12 from the field while going 0-8 from beyond the arc.
Chauncey Hawkins scored 16 points but was very inefficient from the field, going 4-18 from the field while shooting 23% from three. Jalen Jordan, the team’s leading scorer, came up with 11 points but would go 4-12 from the field.
Glenn Sanabria earned 27th on the all-time scoring list for St. Francis Brooklyn with 1,066
career point for the Terriers.