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Game Summary


WINTER PARK, Fla. (November 15, 2007) – The Rollins men’s basketball team won a tight contest against the Southeastern University Fire 75-72 on Thursday evening at Warden Arena.
Rollins was led by senior point guard Jonny Reibel who notched 24 points, six assists and four steals, going 12-15 from the charity stripe. Freshmen Jeremy Sharpe and Nick Wolf each had big night with Sharpe tallying 17 points and sinking 8-14 shots from the field. Wolf had an excellent debut with a double-double of 14 points and 11 boards.
After winning the opening tip-off, the Tars looked solid, building a four point lead (12-8) over the Fire with 14:34 remaining the half. The momentum quickly shifted as Fire guard Nathan Marshall put Southeastern up by two by draining a three (12-14). With 50 seconds left on the clock in the first half, Reibel made 1-2 free throws to give the Tars another four point lead (39-35). As the seconds ticked off the clock, Marshall made a lay-up to cut the Tars’ lead to two at the half (39-37).
The Fire came out of the locker room wasting no time as senior guard Anthony Turner tied the score 39-39 with a lay-up. The Tars would not see the lead or even a tie score until Reibel ran down the floor and was fouled after he made a crucial lay-up (55-55). Southeastern once again took the Tars’ thunder as they led by as many as five points until two free throws by Reibel, a jumper by Sharpe and a lay-up by Wolf gave Rollins back the lead (63-62).
With 10 seconds left on the clock, Rollins put together a five point lead. The Fire attempted to close the gap with a three pointer by forward Jordan McKenna (74-72). As time expired, Southeastern fouled Reibel as he made 1-2 free throws (75-72).
The Tars (1-0) will be back in action tomorrow, November 16 when they host the Puerto Rico Bayamon Cowboys at 7:00 p.m. Fans can watch and listen to all the action live on the Tars Sports Network at