RIVER FOREST, Ill. - Marian University men's basketball (2-2, 1-1 NACC) fell to Concordia Chicago 98-83 in NACC action.
Concordia Chicago came out shooting and the Sabre defense didn't have an answer as the Cougars went 17-29 (.586) from the field. Marian managed a 44.6-percent field goal percentage in the opening half led by sophomore Logan Hamilton who had nine points off of 4-7 (.571) shooting.
Both offenses took over in the second half as Marian scored 51 points off of 20-41 (.488) shooting. The Cougars were able to match the Sabre offense, however, and Marian was unable to overcome their slow first half start.
Marian closed out the game shooting 33-74 (.446) from the field including 8-24 (.333) from beyond the arc.
Marian returns home to take on MSOE Saturday, December 1 for a 4:15 p.m. tip from Sadoff Gym.