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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Ohio Men’s Basketball (25-10) struggled to stop Abeline Christian’s (25-10) Coryon Mason in a 91-86 College Basketball Invitational quarterfinal loss that ended its season.
Mason dropped 20 points for the Wildcats Monday night in Dayton Beach.
For as much trouble the Bobcats had stopping Mason, the Wildcats had just as much trouble stopping Mark Sears. The Sophomore guard put up a career-high 37 points on 10-20 shooting.
The rest of the team couldn’t seem to help enough on offense with only two other players scoring in double digits. Ohio also lost starting Forward Jason Carter to injury before the first 30 seconds of the game were through.