Wildcats survive Warriors

Filed under BETHUNE-COOKMAN, DAYTONA BEACH

BY ANDREAS BUTLER
DAYTONA TIMES

It wasn’t pretty but Bethune-Cookman clawed out a 85-72 win over NAIA
opponent Webber International today.

Adrien Coleman posted 18 points, 15 rebounds and 10 assists to get the
first  recorded triple double in school history for B-CU.

Alex Smith also had a career night for the Wildcats with 24 points and
10 rebounds. He also had a game high four blocks.

B-CU built up a 13 point lead twice in the second half before WIU
fought back to get within seven.

Webber’s Brian Pace led all scorers with 31 points including 5-for-7
from beyond the arc. He scored 20 points in the first half.

Marc Mack also had a career high 10 points for B-CU.

Read the complete story in the next issue of the Daytona Times.

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