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Holy Cross Edges Army 69-65

Thursday, January 21, 2016

 

Malachi Alexander

The Holy Cross Crusaders (8-10, 3-4 PL) defeated (12-7, 3-4 PL) Army 69-65 on Wednesday night at the Hart Center. Holy Cross snaps a three game losing streak. 

"We needed that win, we were on a little drought. The difference today, compared to the games that we lost was our defense," said Malachi Alexander after the game. 

See the Five Takeaways Slideshow Below 

With the score tied at 62 with two minutes to play, freshman Karl Charles converted a three-point play to give Holy Cross a 65-62 lead. 

Holy Cross would seal the game by hitting their final four free throw attempts in the final 10 seconds to get their 3rd win in the Patriot League. 

Holy trailed at the half, 40-32, but opened the second by scoring the first 6 points to get within two. 

The Crusaders would claim their first lead of the half a few minutes later after an 8-0 run put them up 47-45, after previously trailing 45-39. 

The Leaders 

Holy Cross was led by Karl Charles, who netted 20 points on 4 of 15 shooting from the field and also pulled down a career high 15 rebounds for a double-double. 

Malachi Alexander also poured in 20 points for Holy Cross. 

Next Up 

The Crusaders return to action on Sunday, January 24 when they travel to American for a 1 p.m. tip off. 

 

Related Slideshow: 5 Takeaways From Holy Cross’ 69-65 Win Over Army

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Matt Husek

Matt Husek came off the bench and contributed 7 points on 2 of 5 shooting from the field in 11 minutes of action. 

Husek also grabbed 3 rebounds. 

For the Crusaders Jehyve Floyd also added 7 points off the bench in 12 minutes of action. 

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2nd Chance Points

Both Army and Holy Cross each grabbed 10 offensive rebounds in the game while Army out rebounded the Crusaders 40-34 overall. 

However, Holy Cross took their 10 offensive rebounds and converted for 16 second chance points. Meanwhile, Army converted for only 4 points. 

Karl Charles led Holy Cross with 6 offensive rebounds. 

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Turnovers

Holy Cross did a great job of not turning the ball over in this game. The Crusaders only had 7 turnovers, 3 of which came from Cullen Hamilton, compared to Army who turned it over 16 times.

Off of Army's 16 turnovers, Holy Cross converted for 18 points compared to Army coverting for just 9 points.

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Malachi Alexander

Malachi Alexander co-led Holy Cross with 20 points on 7 of 12 shooting from the field and 5 of 6 from the free throw line. 

Alexander also grabbed 6 reboundsand had 3 steals in the game. 

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Karl Charles

Karl Charles co-led Holy Cross with 20 points in the game but also pulled down a career high 15 rebounds for a double-double. 

Charles' 20 points came on 4 of 15 shooting from the field and 11 of 14 from the free throw line. 

Of his rebounds, 6 of them came on the offensive glass. 

 
 

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