Late 20-4 Run Pushes Bears by Case 95-74; 13-2 Start Is Wu's Best

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Late 20-4 Run Pushes Bears by Case 95-74; 13-2 Start Is Wu's Best


Post-Dispatch, Ken Roberts, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


Washington University basketball coach Mark Edwards knew his Bears would win Sunday's game against Case Western Reserve.

He just didn't know how long it would take.

The Bears fashioned a 20-4 run in the final seven minutes and beat Case 95-74 in University Athletic Association action at the WU Field House.

Washington U. upped its overall record to 13-2, the best start in the school's 80-year intercollegiate history. The 6-0 Bears are in first place in the UAA and hold a one-game lead over New York University (6-2).

The UAA victory was the 12th in a row for the Bears, who have won eight in succession overall.

Once again, Washington U.'s depth paid off. "When it got down to crunch time, they let up a little bit, and we stepped it up a little bit," Edwards said. "They got tired and we didn't. They're a good team. Their guards did a very good job offensively and defensively."

The Spartans' guard play kept them in the game. After 6-foot-8 senior center Brian Arenschield committed his fourth foul at the 7:27 mark of the first half, Case was forced to use a smaller lineup.

The move helped Case keep within striking distance, trailing 43-41 at halftime. The Bears managed to open a 53-45 lead with 16:28 left in the game. But led by guard Jim Fox, the Spartans cut the lead to one with 7:08 to go.

Fox, a 5-10 sophomore from Willoughby, Ohio, had a team-high 19 points and six rebounds. …

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