EFSC Basketball Bounces Back with Lopsided Win

By  //  January 6, 2014

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win improves record to 13-4

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA — The Eastern Florida Titans defeated the host of the Pasco-Hernando Community College Classic 115-71 following a disappointing loss in the opening game of the two-day classic.

Top scorers in the win included sophomore point guard Torrance Rowe with 21 and freshman point guard Jermohn Queen at 18. (EFSC image)

Top scorers in the win included sophomore point guard Torrance Rowe with 21 and freshman point guard Jermohn Queen at 18. (EFSC image)

Top scorers in the win included sophomore point guard Torrance Rowe with 21 and freshman point guard Jermohn Queen at 18.

It was the second top-notch performance for Queen who was a bright spot with 28 points in the Friday loss to Georgia Highlands.

Eastern Florida freshmen shooting guards Demetrius McReynolds and Camden Scott contributed 15 points a piece in the bounce-back win.

“I’m pleased with the way our guys responded today,” said Titans head coach Jeremy Shulman.

Torrance Rowe

Torrance Rowe

“We came out with a lot of energy right from the opening tip. We played with a lot of emotion and used our principles that we work on daily. We are looking forward to conference season starting Wednesday.”

The win improves Eastern Florida’s record to 13-4.

Eastern Florida’s next home game on the Melbourne Campus will mark the Florida College System Activities Association Southern Conference opener against Indian River State College at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 8.

Admission to Eastern Florida home games is free.


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