The Wilmington men’s basketball is going on to the playoffs with confidence of winning OAC.Henrik Hornnaess Staff Writer
In a close game Wilmington sealed the win in the last minute to make it 50-47 over Otterbein in the Ohio Athletic Conference Wednesday night at Fred Raizk Arena in Herman Court. Wilmington did not play their best game, but at the end they did the job to secure the win with help from the usual reserves. One of them was senior Taylor Kin.
”We didn’t play our best game, but at the end we did enough to get the win”.
Otterbein had a good lead out in the second half, but after some modifications the Quakers came back.
“Coach Hunt changed five players in our line-up and that sparked a little bit of the intensity to get us the win,” said Kin.
Now Wilmington is set for the playoffs with three games left of the regular season. If the Quakers win all their games, they will get home advantage in the playoffs for the fight for the OAC Championship. Wilmington (11-11 overall, 8-7 OAC) remains tied for fourth place in the OAC standings.