COLUMBUS, Ohio - After three blowout victories earlier this month, including to #19 ranked Cincinnati State, the Cougars were looking to take down #7 Sinclair on Tuesday night. The record-breaking attendance couldn't help the effort though and the men drop their first home loss of the season.
Columbus State and Sinclair went back and forth the entire game but the Tartan Pride managed to hold the Cougars to a 49.3 field goal percentage while shooting a solid 61%.
Leading the Cougars was sophomore Nic Williams, who had a season-high 20 points along with four rebounds. We should have done better," Williams said. "But all we need is to make a few adjustments and we can beat them."
The Cougars (9-3, 1-1 OCCAC) will be back in action after the holidays when they hit the road on Wed, Jan 6 to take on Lakeland at 7:30 p.m.