PFW Women’s Basketball Team Loses in Super 16

The Mastodons season ends in the Super 16 of the WNIT. The final score from Friday’s, Mar. 29, game against Saint Louis was 82-78.

This was a very tight game from the beginning. Saint Louis took a quick 7-0 lead in the first quarter, but the Mastodons came back quickly. The game was all tied up at halftime.

The second half of the game was close. After Renna Schwieterman made free throws, the Mastodons were down by two with 55 seconds left in the game. Saint Louis ended up scoring the next possession gaining a four point lead. The Mastodons came up short on the next possession sealing the win for Saint Louis.

The Mastodons finish their season 23-13 which is their most wins as a Division I program.

Amellia Bromenschenkel lead the Mastodons in scoring with 27 points and 14 rebounds for the night.

Shayla Sellers career as a Mastodon comes to an end. She finished top 10 in points and sixth in rebounds in the program’s history. She averaged 11.4 points for the 2023-2024 season.

Mastodons Guard Shayla Sellers

Saint Louis improves to 19-18 and will play in the WNIT Great 8.

PFW Men’s Basketball Team Falls Short in Championship Game

On Wednesday Mar. 27, PFW lose to Norfolk State. The final score was 75-67.

The Mastodons started the game off well leading by 17 points with 2:03 left in the first half. By halftime the Spartans cut the lead to 10 points.

With 11:40 left in game the Spartans took the lead after a made three pointer. They remained in the lead for the rest of the game.

The Mastodons had four players who scored double digits. Anthony Roberts had 18 points, Rasheed Bello finished with 13 points, Quinton Morton-Robertson had 12 points all coming from three pointers, and Eric Mulder 10 points.

The Mastodons finish the season with 23 wins!

PFW Women’s Basketball Team Win Big Against Cincinnati

In the second round of the WNIT the Mastodons blow out Cincinnati. The final score was 84-58.

The Mastodons started the game off well with a 9-2 run. They led by 18 points at halftime.

To end off the third quarter, Audra Emmerson hit a half-court shot putting the Mastodons up 70-43. Emmerson finished the night with 11 points.

All five Mastodons starters finished the night with double digit scoring. Shayla Sellers finished with 22 points with 8-18 shooting from the field. Destinee Marshall had 13 points, Amellia Bromenschenkel finished with 12 points, and Jazzlyn Lindo had 10 points.

The Mastodons shot 44.8% from the field and held Cincinnati to 34.7%. PFW improves to 23-12 and Cincinnati falls to 14-18.

The Mastodons are headed to the Super 16 on Friday Mar. 29 to play against Saint Louis.

This is a PFW home game at Gates Sports Center at 7 p.m. The first 200 students get in free and will receive free popcorn.

PFW Men’s Basketball Team Wins a Close Game at Bowling Green

On Wednesday Mar. 20, the Mastodons beat Bowling Green in The 2024 Postseason Tournament. The final score was 77-75!

The first half of the game was close until the Mastodons went on a 20-4 run ending the half with a 12 point lead. Anthony Roberts capped it off went a dunk right before the buzzer.

In the second half Bowling Green started to make a comeback. With 8:50 left in the game they led by two points.

After a missed free throw from Bowling Green the game was tied 75-75 with 37 seconds left in the game. Eric Mulder made a layup with 15 seconds left giving the Mastodons the win.

The Mastodons had four players who scored double-digits. Corey Hadnot II finished with 10 points, Rasheed Bello had 11 points and two steals, Roberts had 17 points, and Jalen Jackson ended the night with 18 points and six rebounds. Jackson also took home MVP Honors.

The Mastodons improve to 22-12 with the win and Green Bay falls to 20-12

PFW Men’s Basketball Team Postseason Comes to an End

The Mastodons fought a tough battle in the Horizon League Quarterfinals, but fell short against number one seed Oakland University. The final score was 75-65.

The Mastodons started the game with a quick lead, but Oakland came back with a 13-0 run with 10:50 left in the first half. PFW cut the lead to 11 at half-time.

In the second half Oakland largest lead was 23 points. The Mastodons went on a late 14-2 run with 57 seconds left in the game. Quinton Morton-Robertson’s three-pointer cut Oaklands lead to six points.

Oakland hit clutch free throws to end off the game. The Mastodons had four players with double-digits scoring. Rasheed Bello led with 16 points, Jalen Jackson finished with 15 points, Anthony Roberts had 13 points on the night, and Morton-Robertson put up 10 points.

The Mastodons finished the season 21-12 and Oakland improved to 21-11.

Mastodons Win First Round Game Against Robert Morris

PFW Men’s Basketball team wins their first playoff game of the season on Tuesday Mar. 5.

The Mastodons started the game off hot. They went on a 14-0 run making their lead 18 points with seven minutes left in the half.

They shot 59.4% in the first half and Anthony Roberts gave us this amazing highlight:

Halfway through the second half Robert Morris cut the Mastodons lead to five points with a 15-1 run, but around the five minute mark PFW went on a 10-0 run closing out the game. The Mastodons were led by Quinton Morton-Robertson who finished the night with 17 points and Jalen Jackson who had 16 points.

PFW resumes play on Thursday Mar. 7 against number one seed Oakland University at 7 p.m. at Athletics Center O’rena.

The Mastodons Win Big On Senior Night

PFW Men’s Basketball team celebrates senior night with a win against Robert Morris. The final score was 83-65.

The Mastodons were led by senior Anthony Roberts who finished the night with 18 points and seven rebounds. He was also honored prior to the start of the game.

The first half of the game was close, the Mastodons only led by six points after 20 minutes of play.

The Mastodons gained a large lead in the second half and finished the 2023-2024 regular season off with 20 wins.

PFW improves to 20-11 and Robert Morris falls to 10-21. The Mastodons resume play on Tuesday Mar. 5 against Robert Morris for the first game of the Horizon League Tournament. The game will take place at 7 p.m. at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum. Also available to watch on ESPN+.

PFW Men’s Basketball Team Wins in Overtime Against Wright St.  

The Mastodons beat Wright St. in a must-see game. The final score was 79-77.

The game remained close throughout the first half. The Mastodons were only up five points at halftime.  

The second half of the game was also close. Quinton Morton-Robertson hit a big three with 31 seconds left in the game putting the Mastodons only down by two points. Rasheed Bello then hit two clutch free throws tying the game. Wright St. missed a three-pointer sending the game into overtime.

In overtime Maximus Nelson hits a big three-pointer putting the Mastodons up by two points. He finished the night with 12 points shooting four for six from the field.

Anthony Roberts seals the game with a block with five seconds left in overtime.

The Mastodons held Wright St. to one for eight shooting in overtime and their leading scorer was Jalen Jackson who finished with a career-high 27 points.

PFW improves to 19-11 and Wright St. falls to 17-13. The Mastodons are back in action Saturday Mar. 2 for Senior Night vs. Robert Morris at 7 p.m.

PFW Men’s Basketball Fall Against Milwaukee 

The Mastodons lose a close game against the Milwaukee Panthers Sunday Feb. 25. The final score was 96-88. The game consisted of 10 ties and 14 lead changes.  

The first half of the game was very back and forth, and the score after 20 minutes was 40-39 the Panthers leading by one point.  

The Mastodons started the second half with an 8-0 run, and they gained a 10-point lead with 15:38 left in the game.  

The Panthers went on their own run and tied the game up 74-74 with 8:22 left in the game. Milwaukee held the lead for the remaining seven minutes after their guard Dominic Ham hit a three-pointer.  

The Mastodons leading scorer was Rasheed Bello who finished with 21 points shooting seven for 13 from the field. Quinton Morton-Robertson finished with 18 points and Jalen Jackson 16 points.  

PFW falls to 18-11 and Milwaukee improves to 15-14. The Mastodons next game is Wednesday Feb. 28 at seven p.m. against Wright State. The game can be watched at Nutter Center and on ESPN+.  

PFW Men’s Basketball Team Wins Against the Green Bay Phoenix

On Friday, Feb. 23, the Mastodons beat the Green Bay Phoenix. The final score was 85-59.  

They were led by guard Anthony Roberts who finished with 31 points, his highest as a Mastodon. He shot 11-17 five of those being three-pointers.  

The Mastodons started off hot, leading by 10 points with just five minutes of play. They held Green Bay to just 23 points at the half after one of their baskets was reviewed and overturned during half-time.

PFW shot 50.8% from the field and held Green Bay to 35% from the field. They also had the Mastodons score 10+ points including guard Jalen Jackson who finished with 17 points with eight for 15 from the field and guard Rasheed Bello with 16 points shooting six for nine from the field.  

The Mastodons improve to 18-10 and the Phoenix fall to 17-11. PFW resume play on Sunday, Feb. 25, with a rematch against the Milwaukee Panthers at three p.m. at UWM Panther Arena. The game is also available to watch on ESPN+.