Eastern Florida State Dominates Tohona O’dham of Arizona 120-59, Improves To 7-0

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Eastern Florida’s men’s basketball team cracked the century mark for the third time in five games and the second time in three games in Utah, defeating NJCAA Division II Tohona O’dham of Arizona 120-59 on Saturday. (EFSC Image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Eastern Florida’s men’s basketball team cracked the century mark for the third time in five games and the second time in three games in Utah, defeating NJCAA Division II Tohona O’dham of Arizona 120-59 on Saturday.

The victory at Snow College wrapped up a thee-game Utah sweep for the Titans and improved their record to 7-0.

Eastern Florida led 63-28 at the half. The Titans were paced by freshman C.J. Jackson who scored 21 points and was one of seven players in double figures.

Freshman Joey Martin finished with 20; sophomore Djordje Beronja scored 16; sophomore B.J. Gladden scored 15; freshman Kareem Brewton added 14, freshman Joan Duran 13 and sophomore Zavier Peart 12.

Brewton added 11 assists; Beronja 16 rebounds and Gladden 11.

The Titans shot 64.4 percent from the floor and 57.7 percent from the three-point line. The Titans scored 52 points in the paint and got 50 from the bench. They won the rebound battle 59-24.

On Friday the Titans defeated host Snow College 85-76 behind 21 points from Gladden, 16 from Jackson and 13 from freshman Jon Martin. On Friday they beat Eastern Wyoming 103-69.

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The Titans next play South Georgia Tech on Friday in Waycross, Georgia and South Georgia State on Saturday.

The Titans return home to face always- tough St. Petersburg College at 4 p.m. Nov. 24 with a 51-game home winning streak on the line.

Admission is free to the Titan Field House on the Melbourne Campus.


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