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Basketball: Raiders steadfast in exhibition at Austin Peay

Clarksville, TN - At the Winfield Dunn Center, the Lindsey Wilson men's basketball team braved the homestanding Governors of Austin Peay State University, dropping a 86-61 decision in their second exhibition of the 2022-23 season.

The Blue Raiders played a resilient game offensively, narrowly outshooting their opposition from three-point territory, 36.8 percent to 33.3 percent, and the charity stripe, 85.7 percent to 84.2 percent. There was even a near four-and-a-half-minute stretch in the second half in which the locals outscored the Governors 12-2 without allowing a field goal. In fact, Lindsey Wilson limited the hosts to just six points off of field goals over the final ten minutes of regulation.

Three players reached double-figures for Lindsey Wilson on the evening, including Johrdon Mumford, who finished with a team-best 15 points, followed by Jamyus Jones with 13 and Connor Robinson with 11.

All told, the Blue Raiders closed 20-of-52 from the floor and 16-20 on free throws, counting a perfect 8-for-8 effort by Mumford.

Lindsey Wilson resumes its regularly scheduled, Mid-South action on Thursday at Shawnee State University.

This story was posted on 2022-12-13 09:11:45
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