VESTAL -- The Bearcats may have only one win in their last 17 games but that does not discourage head coach Tommy Dempsey. After the team's loss to Hartford, Dempsey shed some light on the future and the development of standout freshman Jordan Reed.
"We're able to just focus on his development in a lot of ways and giving him the ball recently. We played him at the point a lot more tonight."
Reed also discussed his newest role, "Coach is starting to put me at the one a little bit more so he tells me if I get the rebound, just go and make plays."
That's just what the freshman is doing. Against Hartford, Reed had five assists to go along with his 17 points and 9 rebounds.
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