Mont Alto Nittany Lions pick up PSUAC win

The Mont Alto Nittany Lions picked up a Penn State University Athletic Conference win against PSU Fayette over the weekend, defeating their conference foe 90-82.

Game Information

Penn State Mont Alto (10-2 overall, 6-1 PSUAC) 90, Penn State Fayette (6-8 overall, 2-6 PSUAC) 82

How It Happened

-Penn State Fayette’s Dasilas Jones scored 19 of his game-high 40 points in the first half

Darrius Bush led Penn State Mont Alto in the first half, scoring ten points

Cameron Williams tallied five points to go along with seven rebounds in the first half

-Four of the five Penn State Mont Alto starters recorded eight plus points in the second half to hold off a late Penn State Fayette comeback

Cameron Williams recorded a double-double with 14 points and ten rebounds

Caleb Eckert was highly effective off the bench in 23 minutes, recording eight points and nine rebounds

-Penn State Mont Alto dominated the boards, outrebounding Penn State Fayette 46-28

Game Notes

-Penn State Mont Alto tallied 42 points in the paint compared to 28 registered by Penn State Fayette

-Penn State Mont Alto’s largest lead of the contest was 22, with 5:24 remaining in the first half on a Joe Lacend layup. The lead was 40-18 Penn State Mont Alto

-A Dasilas Jones free throw with ten minutes remaining in the game tied the contest at 65-65

-Following a Penn State Mont Alto timeout with a 83-82 lead, Penn State Mont Alto pushed the lead to 90-82 following a 7-0 run ended the contest.



Points: Dasilas Jones – 40

Rebounds: Dominic Boring – 8

Assists: 2 Players (#3, #4) – 2


Points: Quintyn Flemister – 19

Rebounds: Cameron Williams – 10

Assists: Darrius Bush – 6

Up Next

Mont Alto Nittany Lions finishes with one more contest before winter break, hosting Washington Adventist University on Sunday December 19 with a 3 p.m. start time.

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