Radnor, Pa. – The Wesley Men's Basketball (10-8, 4-1), couldn't hold off Cabrini's (4-13, 1-4) comeback during the second half on Saturday, breaking their five-game win streak 103-99. After trailing 56-45 by halftime, the Cavaliers rallied to deliver Wesley's first loss since December 29th.
The Wolverines had dominated the first half outscoring Cabrini 56-45. The Cavaliers slowly climbed back into the driver's seat however they tied the game at 69-69 with 9:06 still to play.
From there, Wesley held the lead by no more than five points up until 1:16 when Cabrini tied the game up again, 93-93. The Cavaliers didn't look back while Wesley desperately fouled Cabrini's players in an attempt to get the ball back.
Brian Cameron kept the offense rolling with 30 points while catching 10 rebounds. His seven assists kept him just three shy of securing a triple double.
The team looks to bounce back this coming Wednesday at home when they take on Gwynedd Mercy. The game will begin at 8 p.m.