Bobcats Ranked Fourth in First USCAA Men's National Coaches Poll

Bobcats Ranked Fourth in First USCAA Men's National Coaches Poll

BUFFALO, NY - The Bryant & Stratton Buffalo men's basketball team came in at number four in the first United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) Division I National Coaches Poll which was released on Wednesday evening.  The Buffalo Bobcats are off to their best start in program history, registering a 5-1 record to open the season.

The Bobcats are winners of two in a row and most recently picked up an 88-85 overtime road win over Villa Maria College this past Tuesday.  BSC Buffalo opened the season with three straight wins over Fisher College, Bryant & Stratton Syracuse, and Erie Community College.  They also hold a win over Jamestown Community College.  The lone loss came to Point Park University in Pittsburgh.  The Pioneers come to Buffalo on December 22nd.

BSC Buffalo is averaging 85.3 points per game this season and are led by senior Jonathan Range who is scoring 20.3 points, ranking him third best in the USCAA.  He is shooing 49.4 percent from the floor, 35.7 percent from three, and 89.7 percent from the free throw line.  Junior Tyrell Mitchell and senior Mick Snowden are also averaging in double-figures, scoring 14.4 and 13.8 points respectively.

Washington Adventist University, who is also ranked #11 in the NAIA Division II National Poll, came in atop the rankings, with fellow NAIA member Florida National at number two.  Clinton College was ranked slightly ahead of the Bobcats with a 4-0 record.  A full link to the poll can be found by clicking here.

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