ALBANY, Ga. – The Georgia College Men's Basketball team (2-3) fell in non-conference action at Albany State University (2-4) 70-57 Wednesday night.
The Bobcats were led by 20 points from junior guard Jordan Thomas (Conyers) moving his double-digit scoring streak to 39 straight games. Thomas also shared the team lead with five rebounds.
Freshman forward AJ James (Bowman) posted a career-high 11 points, hitting 5-for-7 from the floor. Junior Justin Cave (Savannah) knocked down a couple threes and hit all four of his free-throws en route to 10 points as well. It was Cave's second-straight double-digit scoring game.
The Bobcats were out-shot 34 percent (20-59) to 48 percent (27-56) from the floor. The Golden Rams controlled the boards 36-29.
GC Men's Basketball is back in action Monday, Dec. 2 at 7 p.m., traveling to Emmanuel College.
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