2014-15 Men's Basketball
11/8/14- SUNY Delhi's Men's basketball team dropped their home opener to Corning Community College Red Barons by the score of 84-74. Corning CC came out and dominated the first half of play. The Broncos appeared flat and unable to match the intensity of the Red Barons. They went into the locker room at halftime with a commanding 44-26 lead. The start of the second half saw both teams exchange a series of baskets. Halfway through the second half the Broncos began to muster a fight but on this night it was too little to late. Corning was paced by Issacher Small's 21 points and Sayquan Chamber's 17. Francisco Infante had 26 points with 18 coming in the second half.
11/9/14- The Delhi Broncos fell to the Lazers of Finger Lakes Community College by the score of 90-75. This is the Broncos second loss in as many outings at home. The loss came despite 27 points from Matt Banton. Matt shot 11-18 from the field which included 5 of 9 from beyond the arc. The Lazers showed balance in their scoring; as 4 players had double figures and another two tallied 8 points each.
11/12/14- The Delhi Broncos defeated Broome Community College on the road Wednesday night by the score of 85-63. The Broome Hornets were paced by Jovanni Chatham's 21 points. The Broncos were sparked by their best defensive performance of the young season. Despite the defensive efforts, Delhi found themselves down 29-27 at the half. The Broncos were able to solve Broome's 2-3 zone in the second half. 5 Broncos scored double figures, including Naim Thomas who had 10 points to go along with 9 assists. Matt Banton led Delhi in scoring with 28 points. The Delhi Broncos next game is Saturday at 4 pm in Rochester, NY when they take on the talented Tribunes of Monroe CC.
11/15/14- The Broncos were defeated by the Monroe Community College Tribunes on Saturday afternoon. The Tribunes length and athleticism proved to be too much for the Broncos to overcome. Delhi had a total of 20 defensive rebounds countered by Monroe's 20 offensive rebounds. The Broncos went into the half down 12 points and ended the contest in defeat; 98-69. This was the first game of a two day tournament hosted by Monroe CC. Delhi takes on Jamestown CC on Sunday at 12pm.
11/16/14- In the second day of the Monroe CC tournament, the Broncos fell to Jamestown CC. The two tipped off at 12pm on Sunday, as the Broncos attempted to salvage a win versus the NJCAA Division II opponent. The Broncos found themselves with a small second half lead, which they eventually surrendered. Jamestown was victorious by a final of 67-53. Jamestown was led by a strong effort from 6'8 Ohndo Smith; who tallied 27 points and 14 rebounds. Francisco Infante paced Delhi with 16 points while shooting 50% from the field. The Broncos return to regional play on Wednesday when they face TC3 on the road at 6pm.
11/19/14- The Broncos squared off against a hard working team of TC3 on Wednesday night. The Broncos started the game of well scoring the first 10 points of the contest but TC3 never backed down. TC3 dominated the glass by a plus 14 margin. They led by as many as 12 points in the second half. The Broncos showed some fight and tied the game with a Marv Berroa drive with under 30 seconds left. The Broncos could not get a stop in their last defensive possession leading to a 79-77 defeat on the road. The Broncos face the Lazers of Onondage CC this Saturday at 3pm.
11/22/14- SUNY Delhi had a 3pm tip on Saturday facing the Lazers of Onondaga (OCC). The Lazers were bigger than the Broncos at every spot but the Broncos showed toughness in competing on the glass. The Broncos out rebounded the Lazers and treated the home crowd to an 85-75 victory. The Broncos shared the ball well dishing out 23 assist while turning it over 11 times. 5 Broncos reached double figures highlighted by a double-double by Marv Berroa (17pts 11rebounds). The Lazers were led in scoring by Michael Scott's 18 points. Up next for the Broncos is Cayuga Community College, with a Monday night tip-off. It is Delhi's final home game before the Thanksgiving break.