After falling to the Lewis & Clark basketball team two weeks earlier by twenty points, the Archers got a slice of revenge on Thursday night on the Forest Park campus 77-67, thanks to a balanced scoring attack which saw four Archers score in double figures.
Todd Simms led the Archers with seventeen points, connecting on 3-5 from beyond the arc, and also adding four steals. Sean Rigmaiden added sixteen points, seven rebounds and four steals, Miles Nettles added fourteen points and eight rebounds and DaVonte Harrell added thirteen points and nine rebounds to push the Archers to the double digit win.
STLCC took a 31-27 lead into halftime and came out in the second half torching the nets, shooting 61.5% from the field in the second half and connecting on 71.4% of the shots behind the arc. The Archers outrebounded the Trailblazers 35-30 throughout the night.
The Archers improve to 7-4 on the year and travel to Springfield, IL on Monday night for their last game of the Fall as they tip off at 5:30 vs. Lincoln Land Community College, who are currently ranked 16th in the latest NJCAA poll.