Storm Hits Road to Face Wayne State, Findlay (PREVIEW)

Photo by Baker Media Productions
Photo by Baker Media Productions

LAKE ERIE COLLEGE at WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY

Feb. 12 at 7 PM

LAKE ERIE COLLEGE at the UNIVERSITY OF FINDLAY

Feb. 14 at 1 PM

GAME NOTES

The Lake Erie College men's basketball completes a three-game road trip this weekend as they face Wayne State University and the University of Findlay. 

LAST TIME OUT: The Storm fell to Walsh University 76-67 Saturday (Feb. 7) in North Canton.  Jamil Dudley led the Storm with 24 points.  Andy Bosley had 17 points and a team-high six rebounds.  Michael Morris scored 12 points off the bench, hitting four-of-four three-point attempts. 

SERIES HISTORY: The Storm is 1-6 all-time against Wayne State.  Earlier this season in Painesville, the Storm collected their first win against the Warriors, 72-67.  Jamil Dudley led the Storm with 21 points while Michael Morris hit six-of-nine three-pointers off the bench.    The Storm is 0-10 all-time against the Oilers, falling 62-53 earlier this season in Painesville.  Andy Bosley led the Storm with 11 points while Dudley and Trey Howard had 10 apiece.

OPPOSITION POSITION: Wayne State is 4-16 overall and 4-13 in GLIAC play.  The Warriors are coming off 82-68 loss at Ohio Dominican University but have won two of their last four.  Gavin Toma leads the Warriors in scoring, averaging 14.1 per contest.  Findlay is 12-9 overall and 9-8 in conference play.  They play host to Ashland University before hosting the Storm.  Findlay is currently on a four game winning streak, winning their previous game against Tiffin University 62-48.   Joe Heagen leads the Oilers in scoring, averaging 14 points a game.

FORECAST: The Storm returns home for three games to wrap-up the regular season, starting against Tiffin University on Feb. 19.