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Basketball: LWC drops exhibition contest at Murray State

Murray, KY - At CFSB Center, the Lindsey Wilson men's basketball team competed in the first of three exhibitions scheduled for the 2022-23 campaign, falling 90-53 to Murray State University.

The Blue Raiders were led offensively by Payton Cundiff's team-high 10 points, followed by eight each from Mark Edmond, Rodney Lewis, and Zerin Malesevic.

All told, the locals outscored the Racers off the bench, 33-22, and finished tied with their opposition with seven second-chance points each.

Edmond paced Lindsey Wilson on the glass, corralling eight rebounds, while Lewis dished out a team-best four assists.

The Blue Raiders resume their regularly scheduled slate on Thursday, November 17, 2022, when they begin conference-play at Cumberland University (TN) at 7:30pmCT.


This story was posted on 2022-11-13 10:08:13
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