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The Spartans controlled the
ball for much of the third
quarter, and Cousins conduct
ed a drive right before the end
of the third quarter when he
found Cunningham again on
a deep post route to make the
score 21-3. Fans started to
file out of a dead silent Bea
ver Stadium that was full of
frustration of what they were
Behrend• Men defeat Gannon in
• close 116-114 match
difference between winning or losing a race,
which can also mean victory or defeat in a
Altemose also tallied two individual wins in
the 100-yard butterfly, finishing in 53.03 sec
onds and finished the 100-yard backstroke in
56.03 seconds. Lucas Kackurick had his sea
son-best dive scoring 285.6 points, which was
an NCAA qualifying score.
"I learned that one of the greatest strengths
of our team would be the support of one an
other," Strunk said. "When it comes down to
that last lap and you're at the point of exhaus-
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through continuous struggle." Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Then came the fourth quar
ter and McGloin caught fire.
A few long passes set up the
Lion offense deep in Spar
tan territory, and as McGloin
looked off the safety, he threw
backside to a wide open Joe
Suhey on a wheel route, pull
ing some momentum back to
McGloin flashed his arm
strength again on the ensuing
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State falls to Michigan State 28-22
drive when he found sopho
more Justin Brown wide open
over the middle on a back
side post route that picked
up forty plus yards. Evan
Royster, on what would be
his final touchdown in Beaver
Stadium, looked impressive
on a balancing act touch
down catch from 11 yards out
brought Penn State within 12.
Then the magic seemed
to have run out as McGloin's
tion, the people standing at the end of your
lane can give you that extra drive you need
to push past that mental wall that can be the
make or break point in the race."
During the meet, Steve Torre broke the
school record in the 200 IM by .10 tenths of a
second in a time of 2:01.41.
"We are gearing up for the Blue Devil In
vitational at SUNY Fredonia," Wallace said.
"We are looking forward to seeing what we
can do with a little rest. It looks to be a great
meet with lots of fast swimming and excep
tional diving. We have a number of athletes
in good scoring positions. They are up for the
challenges that still lie ahead of us."
pass was tipped and inter
cepted in the endzone. How
ever, the Spartan defender
ran the ball out and fumbled
the ball. Wide receiver Derek
Moye recovered the fumble,
and was rewarded on the next
play when McGloin found
him in the back of the end
zone bring them within six.
The ensuing onside kick was
recovered though by Michi
gan State, and time ran out
Conley: Young player
makes great strides on court
happened while in the playoffs for that sea
son. The victory of this game led Conley and
his team to the State Playoffs. While in high
school, Conley scored 1,000 points and was a
three time All-Conference Player.
Conley has played twenty-nine games for
the Lions and has helped lead Behrend to an
ECAC Southern Division Championship. He
has also helped lead the team to the AMCC
Men: look to ride hot
streak throughout season
Conley has made big strides this season and re
ally stepped up to a vital role in the team's success.
Last year he averaged 1 Ippg, but this year he has re
corded 116 points with 19.3ppg. During the contest
with Westminster, Conley recorded a game high of
24 points. He also leads the team in rebounds with
39, the 6'9" center has the potential to be one of the
best in Behrend history.
"It was all off-season work that got me to where
I needed to be," said Conley. "I know for me, lifting
and shooting was an everyday thing. Going to Brazil
with the team let us play together before the season
started and we knew we had the potential to be re
ally good. We enjoy our success but we aren't going
to let up."
With the best start to a season in nearly seven
years, the Lions have the ability to dominate the con
ference. After winning the ECACs last year, the team
has all of the potential to go far and continue this
winning streak. It is hard to pinpoint the success to
one player. For the team as a whole has worked hard
to put up points and make big plays when necessary.
The Lions will look to go 3-0 in conference play as
they take on Hilbert at 8 pm.
on the Lions upset bid.
"During the game I thought
there was some kind of magic
in the air," said Senior Brett
Brackett. "I thought we were
going to pull it off the whole
time. There was disappoint
ment when we didn't pull it
off. At the end with a game
so close, one play could have
made the big difference."
Despite the loss, McGloin
threw for over 300 yards and
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two touchdowns. The Lions
slow start, something we saw
at the beginning of the year
came back to haunt them in
the end. McGloin said in his
postgame interview, "Hope
fully, throughout this next
month before the bowl game
we can learn to play a com
plete game. If we can do that,
we will come out victorious
against whomever we are
playing in the bowl game."
with a 64% field-goal shooting percentage.
Basketball is not the only thing Conley does
here at Behrend. Conley is a history major
and hopes to use this education in the future.
The fact of the matter is that Conley is con
cerned with his grade as well as his ability on
"I have always liked history and biology did
not work out for me so I want to become a his-
Eric Dye / The Behrend Beacon
Senior Chris Saltzman recorded 12 points
and six rebounds against Altoona.
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