Maughmer’s Last-Second Shot Propels Yellow Jackets to G-MAC Championship
By Josh Decker
The No. 6 seed Cedarville Yellow Jackets pulled off an impressive 68-66 upset to stun No. 2 Hillsdale in a G-MAC semifinal matchup Friday night. The victory sends Cedarville, 19-11 overall and 14-8 in conference play, to the G-MAC championship for the second straight year and marks the first time the Jackets have ever defeated Hillsdale.
With Cedarville and Hillsdale tied at 66-66 and only five seconds left on the clock, senior Branden Maughmer perfectly timed a steal off ...
Cedarville Men’s Basketball Advances with Victory Over Ashland
By Josh Decker
No. 6 seed Cedarville battled to an impressive 70-55 win over No. 3 Ashland in a first-round G-MAC tournament matchup.
The victory also marks head coach Pat Estepp’s 250th career win.
The Yellow Jackets move on in the G-MAC tournament to face off against rival and No. 2 seed Hillsdale in a semifinal matchup on Friday, March 5th. Game-time is scheduled for 7:30 P.M. on the campus of Walsh University as Cedarville looks to advance to the conference championship for the ...
Lady Jackets Clinch No. 2 Seed in G-MAC Tournament
by Josh Decker
In a game of high stakes and G-MAC tournament implications, the Cedarville Lady Jackets secured a 1-0 victory over visiting Ohio Dominican on Tuesday night. Cedarville finishes the regular season with an 11-4-2 record, including a dominant 11-2-1 conference record.
With the win, the Lady Jackets jumped Findlay in the G-MAC regular season standings to finish in second place, earning a first-round bye in the upcoming tournament.
“Tonight’s win was a big one for us,’ ...
Yellow Jackets Close Regular Season With 3-1 Victory Over Walsh
by Alan Brads
The Cedarville Yellow Jackets clinched a first-round bye in the G-MAC tournament Tuesday night with a 3-1 victory over Walsh. Cedarville finished the season with a 10-3-1 record in the conference, good enough for second place only behind the Lake Erie Storm.
After Ohio Dominion lost to Tiffin, both Cedarville and Walsh knew that a win would give either team the second seed and first-round bye in the conference tournament. The stakes had not been higher all season.