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Menlo College knocks off NAIA's second-ranked hoops team

 

Coming off of a heartbreaking three point loss to Westmont on Thursday night, the Menlo College men's basketball team looked to bounce back with a signature win over second-ranked The Master's University. The Oaks did just that, dominating on both sides of the ball and earning an 87-76 victory. With the win, the Oaks improved to 8-6 on the year, 2-3 in the GSAC. The Mustangs fall to 14-3 and 4-2 in conference play. It was Menlo's highest-ranking victory. Read the story here.

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