READING, Pa. - It's hard to ask for a better start to a season than what the Albright men have done. They went 10-1 to kick off this year, including back-to-back wins in Puerto Rico to close out 2012.
The Lions played their last non-league game of the season Wedneday night as Albright (11-1) welcomed Misericordia (6-6) into the Bollman Center.
Albright will take some momentum into conference play with a 68-48 victory.
The Lions only led by three at halftime, but they would pull away from the Cougars in the second half.
Pedro Perez registered a game-high 16 points for Albright. Zach Benjamin and Dave Singleton each dropped 11 points.
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