Football: The Huskies lost 40-38 to West Chester on Saturday, Nov. 30. Senior running back Franklyn Quiteh rushed for 208 yards and two touchdowns in his final collegiate game. Redshirt sophomore quarterback Tim Kelly completed 19 of 31 pass attempts for 265 yards, to go along with three touchdowns and an interception. The Huskies finish their season with a record of 10-2.
Men’s Basketball: The men defeated Millersville 83-77 on Wednesday, Nov. 20. Redshirt senior Lorenzo Christmas scored 17 points to become the 27th Husky to score 1,000 points in a career. Bloomsburg then produced their fourth straight win by defeating Lock Haven 62-57 on Saturday, Nov. 23. Redshirt senior guard Dontahe Jordan scored a team-high 18 points for the Huskies. The men’s next game will be on Wednesday, Dec. 4, at home against Cheyney. Tip-off is set for 7:30 p.m.
Women’s Basketball: The women lost to Millersville 80-74 on Wednesday, Nov. 20. Redshirt sophomore forward Adreana Sadowski scored a career-high 25 points for the Huskies. Bloomsburg rebounded to defeat Lock Haven 66-62 on Saturday, Nov. 23. Senior guard Catherine Noack scored a game-high 21 points, while junior guard Maggie Borski scored a career-high 14 points for the women. Bloomsburg’s next game will be on Sunday, Dec 1, at home against Goldey-Beacom. Tip-off is set for 1 p.m.
Wrestling: The Huskies defeated Arizona State 18-15 on Friday, Nov. 22. This marked the first win for Bloomsburg’s new head coach, Jason Mester. Scoring wins for the Huskies included senior Nick Wilcox (133 lbs.), redshirt senior Bryce Busler (149 lbs.), redshirt senior Josh Veltre (165 lbs.) redshirt senior Mike Dessino (174 lbs.) and redshirt senior Richard Perry (197 lbs.). Bloomsburg then took first place at the Keystone Invitational on Sunday, Nov. 24. Winning individual titles for the Huskies were redshirt seniors Josh Veltre and Richard Perry. Bloomsburg’s next match will be on Sunday, Dec. 1, at the Grapple at the Garden in N.Y. The contests will start at 10 a.m.
Women’s Cross Country: Graduate student Vicki Davis finished 22 at the NCAA Championships on Saturday, Nov. 23. She earned All-American honors with a time of 21:38. Davis had previously won both the PSAC and NCAA Atlantic Regional Championships this year.