The No. 2-ranked Bellarmine Knights men's basketball team started fast and never let up against visiting West Virginia Tech University. The hosts, buoyed by a 26-6 run in the first half, soundly defeated the Golden Bears 86-51 at Knights Hall on Monday night.
Several accomplishments were achieved in this contest: from senior guard Keisten Jones’ first basket of the game, his 1,000th career point, to junior guard and DeSales alum Corbin Maynard’s career-high five steals, to Josh “Thunder from Down Under” Derksen’s first slam dunk in a Bellarmine uniform, this was a thorough win from start to finish.
“Teams will expose you if all five guys don’t play defense,” coach Scott Davenport said. “I was very proud of the defensive effort and