Unlike Saturday when the Cardinals ran the floor against Kent State Tuscarawas, on Sunday, they dominated in the post in racing by Kent State Tuscarawas 99-65 at the Boo Williams Sportsplex in Newport News, Virginia. The Golden Eagles trailed 50-37 at the half, but the red and blue shot 54% in the second half of the game to put the Golden Eagles in an uphill battle.
Shakur Daye (Statesville, NC West Iredell) led the Eagles with 22 points and seven rebounds and was joined in double figures by Malik Campbell (Canton, OH Canton South) with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Freshman Jacob Hicks snared eight rebounds and scored six points for the navy and gold who were dominated on the boards as Stratford collected 44 rebounds forcing 18 turnovers and limiting the Eagles to 27% field goal shooting. KSU Tuscarawas also scored just 28 second half points.