The 14-point halftime lead proved to be the cushion the Rams needed against a Tribe squad that for one reason or another seems to play their best basketball against the black-and-gold. Juvonte Reddic’s 20 points on 9-of-12 shooting, Troy Daniels hot 4-of-8 from long range and 16 points, combined with 36 bench points to William & Mary’s 9, was just too much offense for Tony Shaver’s group.
A big road win the night George Mason slipped up at Delaware moves the Rams into a tie for first and puts them at 19-5 on the season with a 10-2 CAA record, the exact same records last year’s senior-lead team at the same point in the season.
Is Shaka’s youth movement ahead of schedule? Check out our video highlights from the win and judge for yourself.