Bulldog Men's Basketball Win 76-72 in Overtime at Heidelberg in Exhibition Game/Hurricane Relief Benefit

TIFFIN, Ohio - The Adrian College men's basketball team played at Heidelberg in an exhibition game that was used as a hurricane relief benefit. The Bulldogs were able to pull out a 76-72 overtime victory in the game.

Four Adrian players scored in double-digits to help the Bulldogs to the win. Jordan Harris and Tre'Shon Heard were the leading scorers for the Bulldogs with 16 points. Jeremy Kalonji tallied 14 points and Justin Webster had 11.

Heard tied a game-high 12 rebounds to tally a double-double in the winning effort. He also led all participants in the game with three steals.

Adrian will play National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) member Concordia (Mich.) on Thursday, November 9 in the team's second and final exhibition game at 7:30 p.m., ET. The Bulldogs will kick off the regular season on Friday, November 17 at Anderson (Ind.) at 7:30 p.m., ET.