Kentucky Wesleyan College was without its leading scorer Tre Cobbs, but the Panthers were able to produce plenty of points Thursday night.
KWC beat Lake Erie 86-72 with four Panthers scoring in double figures and different players getting hot throughout the game at the Sportscenter.
Jamil Wilson led the way with 24 points and five assists. Wilson made 8-of-12 from the floor and 7-of-11 free throws.
“Jamil Wilson was tremendous in Tre’s absence,” KWC coach Drew Cooper said. “He had very timely bursts of effort defensively.”
Cobbs has been working through a recurring hand injury that flared up before Wednesday’s practice.
“I was hoping he would be able to go, it was a game time decision, and he wasn’t able to do it,” Cooper said. “He’s going to be a question mark moving forward. It’s been a recurring injury, one of those things that he came into practice, it hurt