Dolphins Seek Revenge When Milwaukee Comes to Town

Dolphins Seek Revenge When Milwaukee Comes to Town

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Hosting Milwaukee (5-3) Tuesday at 7 p.m., Jacksonville University (3-6) will look for revenge after the Dolphins lost for the first time against the Panthers at Milwaukee last season.

Tuesday's game can be seen on ESPN3 and be heard on and 1010 XL, the flagship sports radio station of Northeast Florida.

Single-game ticket prices cost $10.00 for general admission, $5.00 for senior citizens and children, and $5.00 per person in groups of 15 or more.


Trailing by 16 points on the road with just over five minutes left on the clock, Jacksonville University (3-6) showed incredible resiliency Saturday night by outscoring Eastern Kentucky (4-4) 18-2 in the final five minutes of the game, forcing overtime tied 59-59. But momentum swung back to the home team in the extra period, and Eastern Kentucky escaped with a 70-65 victory over JU.

"We've got to get better at playing the game to our strengths," said Head Coach Tony Jasick. "We've got a lot of new guys, but we've got to continue to grow. So, give credit to our young players. They competed their butts off the last six minutes. There's a lot we need to clean up, but it is fixable. This team is still trying to figure out who they are, how they need to play, and get comfortable with that early in the year. Hopefully we get that sooner than later."

Jace Hogan stretched his double-digit scoring streak to seven consecutive games with 20 points. He's the first Dolphin since at least the 1999-2000 season to score 10 or more points in each of his first seven games in a Dolphin uniform. Hogan also had 10 rebounds, his third double-double in a row and fourth on the year.


Game Notes: Jacksonville
Scott Bacon (PBP), Vince Martin (Color)
Audio: XL
Scott Manze (PBP)

Series Information

Series Record: Jacksonville leads 3-1
Last Meeting: 
11/30/2016 - at Milwaukee, Milwaukee wins 72-67
Record at Jacksonville: 
Jacksonville leads 2-0
Record at Milwaukee:
 Milwaukee leads 1-0
Record at Neutral Site: 
Jacksonville leads 1-0
Record in OT: 
Coach Jasick vs. Milwaukee: 
Jacksonville vs. Horizon League Teams: 7-5 (3-1 record vs. Milwaukee, 3-3 record vs. Northern Kentucky, 0-1 record vs. Wright State, 1-0 record vs. Youngstown State)

After the 2016-17 head of the program, LaVall Jordan, left the program to take the head coaching position at Butler University, Pat Baldwin was named the seventh head coach of Milwaukee basketball since the Panthers made the move to NCAA Division 1 in 1990. Baldwin has his squad 5-3 on the year and in second in the Horizon League standings after the Panthers were picked to finish eighth in the 10-team Horizon League in the preseason poll.

Averaging 67.2 points per game while allowing just 65.1 points per game, Milwaukee is shooting 45.9 percent from the floor and 30.3 percent beyond the arc while giving up 44.4 percent and 39.7 percent, respectively, to opposing teams.

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