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Taking the Fun out of the Army Win

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WEST POINT, N.Y. -- Army almost matched the Division I mark for fewest points since the shot clock was introduced, losing 56-23 to Bucknell on Friday night.



The shot clock went into effect in 1986. Since then, the lowest total was by Georgia Southern in a 61-21 loss to Coastal Carolina on Jan. 2, 1997.



The Black Knights were held to their fewest points since 1941. They managed only two baskets in the second half, shooting just 2-for-21 and going without a field goal for 14:19.



Army set a Patriot League record for fewest points. Bucknell held an opponent to its lowest total since beating Susquehanna 22-18 in the 1941-42 season.



Josh Wilson led Army (4-12, 1-3) with six points. None of his teammates had more than a single basket or scored more than three points.



The Black Knights shot 7-for-36 overall. Travis Owsley made a 3-pointer that gave Army an early 8-5 lead, but Bucknell came back to take a 30-13 halftime lead.



Charles Lee and Abe Badmus scored 13 points each to lead Bucknell (6-11, 2-2).



Jon Clark added 12 points for Bucknell in its third straight win and Badmus grabbed nine rebounds.

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