The Alice Lloyd College Eagles placed five players in double figures in route to an 86-73 victory over the home standing Kentucky Christian University Knights Tuesday night.
In the first half, the visitors received a boost off the bench from Braxton Blair. The freshman’s energy helped propel Alice Lloyd to a nine point lead at intermission.
In the second half, ALC quickly scored 6 points to jump ahead by 16. However, both teams placed themselves in serious foul trouble. The Knights were able to use this to their advantage as they slowly sliced the deficit to 4 with three minutes remaining. ALC then slammed the door shut by producing an 8-0 run to earn the nice road victory
For ALC (3-5), they were led in scoring by Blair with 19 points. He was closely followed by sophomore Austin Crisp with 17. Seniors Tyler Rogers and Trevor Combs each added 12. Freshman Shane Hall chipped in 11, including a highlight reel dunk.
KCU falls to 2-7.