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Men’s basketball falls to .500 with loss to C-SC

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The Baker University men’s basketball team fell to Culver-Stockton College 65-60 on Saturday in Collins Center.

With the home loss, the Wildcats dropped to 8-8 on the season and 2-3 in the Heart of America Athletic Conference. BU made just one 3-pointer during the contest and shot 34 percent from the field.

Junior Jared Fulks led Baker with 15 points, and freshman Javeion Gray chipped in his first double-double as a Wildcat. Both teams pulled down 42 rebounds, but Baker struggled to stop C-SC’s James Johnson. The 6-foot-5 inch forward, who ranks 14th in the NAIA in total 3-pointers, posted 21 points against the Wildcats.

BU will look to break its two-game losing streak against Avila University at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in Kansas City, Mo. The Eagles are 0-5 in the HAAC and have won just two games this season.

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