Men’s Basketball: The men defeated Cheyney 72-57 on Wednesday, Dec. 4, for their fifth straight win. Junior forward Alssene Saintilus scored a team-high 19 points to lead the Huskies. Bloomsburg then won 80-61 at Shippensburg on Saturday, Dec. 7. Saintilus and redshirt sophomore forward, Wes Lyons, each scored 16 points in the victory. The Huskies’ next game will be at Edinboro on Tuesday, Dec. 17. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
Women’s Basketball: The women scored a victory over Goldey-Beacom 60-48 on Sunday, Dec. 1. Redshirt sophomore forward Adreanna Sadowski scored a game-high 24 points to lead Bloomsburg. The Huskies then defeated Cheyney 78-35 on Wednesday, Dec. 4. Senior guard Catherine Noack scored a team-high 22 points on 8-8 shooting in the win. The women wrapped up their week with a 92-83 loss at Shippensburg on Saturday, Dec. 7. Noack scored a career-high 26 points, while junior guard Jocelyn Ford scored a career-high 16 points for the Huskies. The Huskies’ next game will be at Edinboro on Tuesday, Dec. 17. Tip-off is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.
Wrestling: The Huskies finished second at the PSAC Championships on Saturday, Dec. 7. Three Bloomsburg wrestlers took home PSAC individual titles including redshirt senior Mike Dessino, redshirt senior Richard Perry and redshirt senior Justin Grant. Finishing second for the Huskies were redshirt senior Bryce Busler and redshirt sophomore Matt Rappo. Bloomsburg’s next match will be at Lock Haven on Thursday, Dec. 19. The match will start at 7 p.m.
Men’s Swimming: The men won the Zippy Invitational that started on Friday, Dec. 6, and ended on Sunday, Dec. 8. Junior Brandon Sherbo broke his own school record in the 1650-free with a time of 16:04.76. Also setting a school record was freshman A.J. Brady, who swam the 200-back in 1:53.75. The Huskies will be idle until January, when they travel to Florida for winter training.
Women’s Swimming: The women finished sixth at the Zippy Invitational that started on Friday, Dec. 6, and ended on Sunday, Dec. 8. Freshman Brooke Gilson, junior Alison Bradway, sophomore Meghan Gallagher and junior Rachel Brooker all posted NCAA “B” cut times. The Huskies will be idle until January, when they travel to Florida for winter training.