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December 3, 2012

FSU men split weekend games

Bobcats make home debut Wednesday

NORFOLK, Va. — D.J. Woodmore scored 25 points and Chris Teasley had 21 to to power No. 2 Virginia Wesleyan to an 85-64 victory over Frostburg State in college men’s basketball Sunday afternoon.

Chris Astorga added 18 points for Wesleyan (5-0), which overcame a 37-point game by Frostburg State guard Christian Smith.

The Bobcats (3-4) trailed by 10 on two occasions in the first half, but a late surge capped by a jumper by Jackson cut the Marlins lead to 31-27 at halftime, and a shot by Kwambina Coker gave FSU a 41-39 lead with 15 minutes to go.

But the Marlins, with several big spurts, outscored the Bobcats 46-23 the rest of the way.

Jackson, who has led the Bobcats in scoring in all seven games, was 13 of 27 from the field and 11 of 12 from the foul line. His 37-point game is the ninth-best single-game total in school history, and the most since Scott Kerr had 41 points in a game during the 1990-91 season.

Frostburg State makes its home debut Wednesday against Mt. Aloysius at 7 p.m.

Saturday

Frostburg State    78

Mary Washington    72


FREDERICKSBURG, Va. — Christian Jackson scored 29 points and hit a pair of three-point goals to lead the Bobcats past Mary Washington in their Capital Athletic Conference opener.

Frostburg, which led 38-35 at halftime, built a 12-point lead late in the second half. A field goal, steal and assist by Kwambina Coker, plus buckets by DeSean Antoine and Jackson, pushed the lead to 72-60.

Antoine finished with 12 points and David Patrick and Jabari Kamau had 11 for the Bobcats, who shot 57 percent from the field.

Jamie Richardson had 19 points for Mary Washington (2-4), which shot just 5 for 22 from three-point range.

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