KEUKA PARK — The Keuka College Men’s Basketball team shot 66% from the floor as the Wolves defeated Wells College 100-81 in a North Eastern Athletic Conference game at the JMW Recreation and Athletics Center.

Keuka College (3-10, 2-4 NEAC) was led by James Barnes (Rochester, N.Y. / University Prep) with 24 points and Devin Milton (Opelousas, La. / Beau Chene) with 23 points. They were just two of five players to score in double figures for the Wolves.

Keuka College 100 vs. Wells College 81

Wells College opened the game with a pair of threes, but the Wolves offense settled into the game and began to attack. The Wolves overtook the lead five minutes into the contest and did not look back. The Green and Gold struggled to miss in the first half. Overall, Keuka College shot 22-30 from the floor, 73.3%, as the Wolves led 50-40 at the half.

Halftime slowed Keuka College down, but not by much. The Wolves shot just 56.5% from the field in the frame, but made up the difference at the free throw line. Keuka shot 20-21 from the charity stripe. During the half, Keuka extended their lead to as many as 22 points as the Wolves continued onto the 100-81 victory.

KC Notes:

Keuka College improved to 7-17 all-time against Wells College

It was the most points scored by the Wolves against the Express and the largest margin of victory for the Green and Gold

Devin Milton was perfect on the evening for Keuka. He accumulated his career-best 23 points going 8-8 from the floor, 1-1 from three, and 6-6 from the free throw line

Keuka College scored 100 points in a game for the first time since November 2013

66% from the floor for the Wolves was the second-best shooting percentage in program history. It was only bested by Keuka shooting 81.3% from the floor on January 30, 1988 against Seneca College

Rounding out the double-digit scoring for Keuka was Nolan Ivey (Upperville, Va. / Middleburg Academy), Alex Medellin (Gilbert, Ariz. / Desert Ridge), and Nana Oteng (Queens, N.Y. / Martin Luther). Ivey set a career-high with 12 points and Medellin and Oteng each added 11 in the win

Up Next for Keuka College: The Wolves will take to the road this weekend, travelling to Marcy, N.Y. to face SUNY Poly. The Wolves and the Wildcats will tipoff at 1pm on Saturday.