Men's Basketball Game Notes - Week 8

Men's Basketball Game Notes - Week 8

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Game 14
Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014
Franklin & Marshall at Muhlenberg | Allentown, Pa. | 8:00 p.m. 
Series Record: F&M 85-32
In CC Action: F&M leads 26-13
Streak: F&M +4
Last F&M Victory: 48-46, Feb. 22, 2013 – Lancaster, Pa. 
Last MC Victory: 60-58, Feb. 4, 2012 – Allentown, Pa. 
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Game 15
Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014
McDaniel at Franklin & Marshall| Lancaster, Pa. | 3:00 p.m. 
Series Record: F&M 76-22
In Lancaster: F&M leads 21-3
In CC Action: F&M 33-8
Streak: F&M +6
First Meeting: Dec. 10, 1955 – Lancaster, Pa. 
Last F&M Victory: 66-61, Nov. 23, 2013 – Westminister, Md.  
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Series History: The Diplomats and Mules square off for the 118th time on Tuesday with F&M leading the series 85-32. F&M has won the previous four meetings and holds a 26-13 record in CC action. 

The Diplomats take on McDaniel Saturday and look for the season sweep over the Green Terror. The meeting is the 99th in the series that began in 1955. F&M leads 76-22, with a 33-8 record in CC play and has won the previous six meetings, including a 66-61 victory in November.  

Last Time We Met Muhlenberg: F&M handed Muhlenberg a 48-46 in the CC Semifinals last Feb. 22, 2013 to advance to its 13th CC Championship Game.  

Jon Salandra finished with a game-high 15 points and nine rebounds. Matt Porter tallied 14, hitting 3-for-7 from the behind the arc and Hayk Gyokchyan netted nine for F&M.  

Malique Killings came into the game leading the conference with 19 points per game and guarded primarily by Porter, finished with 10. Brando Bovino scored nine for the Mules and finished with six boards.  

Last Time We Met McDaniel: Franklin & Marshall closed out the final 3:28 of action with an 11-4 run to defeat McDaniel 66-61 on Nov. 23. 

Terrel Phelps had a game-high 19 points, hitting 5-of-9 from behind the arc. Morgan Lee chipped in 15 with 6-for-8 shooting from the floor and Matt Porter netted 12 for F&M. Cedric Moune contributed 10 points with seven rebounds while Jon Salandra finished seven points and eight blocks for the Diplomats. 

Tim Stewart led the way for McDaniel with 17 points and Wesley Brooks finished with 13. Cameron Royster and Evan Pupelis came of the bench and netted seven apiece for the Green Terror.