BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The Allan Hancock College men's basketball program dropped the first road test of its abbreviated Spring I season in a 58-48 loss at Bakersfield on Friday evening.
The Renegades took the lead early and maintained the advantage throughout regulation while holding a slim five-point edge at halftime. The Bulldogs kept the contest within while battling through a physical second half but were unable to close the scoring gap before time expired.
The low-scoring affair saw only three athletes reach double digits on the night between the two teams. Leading the AHC squad was Amari Stroud with a double-double performance of 12 points and 10 rebounds. Kainoa Keuma chimed in with nine points while Mitch Carpenter added eight rebounds.
The Bulldogs are scheduled to return to play on, Friday, March 19, with a home contest versus College of the Sequoias. Tip-off is set for 6 PM inside the Joe White Memorial Gymnasium. Spectators will not be permitted at the event, but fans can watch the contest online by clicking here.