UNIONTOWN, Pa. — Central Maine Community College had to do something Saturday it rarely has had to do for the past two years — play from behind.
After rallying from 15 down in the fourth quarter to within one, the Mustangs' surge fell short as Johnson & Wales-Charlotte toppled CMCC 75-64 in the USCAA Division II national title game.
"We got beat by a better team," CMCC coach Andrew Morong said after the game. "They were really, really good, and it's not so much that we played poorly, because we didn't. They just played a great game. They were bigger, faster, stronger than us."
The Mustangs (30-2) were bidding for a second consecutive title...
To read the full article, go to: http://www.sunjournal.com/cmcc-women-fall-in-national-title-game/