Men's Basketball falls at (RV) Cornerstone

Men's Basketball falls at (RV) Cornerstone



(Grand Rapids, MI) – Concordia men's basketball went on the road to face Cornerstone on Tuesday night for a WHAC tilt.  The Golden Eagles entered the game receiving votes in the national poll and lived up to their billing in a 91-42 win. 

Zackary Johnson led the team with 9 points.  Amari Robinson was second with 7 points.  Kip French had a team-high 5 rebounds. 


After an 8-0 opening run by Cornerstone, Zackary Johnson knocked down a triple and Devyn Jones hit a jumper.  After the Golden Eagles built a 19-5 lead, Johnson and Kip French drilled back-to-back 3-pointers to trim the deficit. 

Mason Canfield made a layup and a baseline jumper for the Cardinals.  Ethan Young scored inside and Zackary Johnson made his third 3-pointer.  Young added another inside basket and Jayden Priddy drove for a layup.  CUAA trailed 43-24 at halftime. 


Matt Lockhart scored on the fast break in the second half.  Nate Brighton added a steal and a layup and Jason Jergens drilled a 3-pointer.  Cornerstone continued a solid offensive performance and led 61-31 at the midway point. 

Amari Robinson drained two free throws and hit a 3-pointer down the stretch.  D'Angelo Stoxstill had a pair of jumpshots in the final minutes as well.  Robinson added two more free throws and Cornerstone claimed the 91-42 win as time expired. 


Concordia will return home on Wednesday, November 30 to host Lawrence Tech at 7:30pm.