The second-ranked Carroll College men's basketball team fell to No. 18 Lewis-Clark State 70-55 in a Frontier Conference road game Saturday night in Lewiston, Idaho.
Carroll (21-5, 10-4) had an off night from the field, shooting 35 percent from the field and 39 percent from the 3-point line. The Saints also had trouble holding onto the ball with 21 total turnovers.
Part of that can be attributed to the fourth consecutive road game and third consecutive without senior starter Matt Wyman.
The Saints trailed 35-26 at halftime and couldn’t cut the Warriors’ lead below eight points. The Warriors (20-6, 9-5) were led by Dana Abe’s 16 points.
Shamrock Campbell and Ife Kalejaiye led the Saints with 15 points each, while Match Burnham also reached double figures with 12. Jovan Sljivancanin pulled down 10 rebounds for the Saints.