B-Ballers barely hang on vs. UQAM

Although the Stingers were able to hold on to defeat the UQAM Citadins 93-88 last Friday, they gave up a big 20 point lead that brought the Citadins to within four points late in the game. After Concordia guard Ben Sormonte drained a three-pointer with 6:31 to go, the Stingers could not find

Although the Stingers were able to hold on to defeat the UQAM Citadins 93-88 last Friday, they gave up a big 20 point lead that brought the Citadins to within four points late in the game.

After Concordia guard Ben Sormonte drained a three-pointer with 6:31 to go, the Stingers could not find

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