FORT MYERS- FLA.- Five Bucs scored in double figures, led by a career high 18 from Terence Lewis II as #10 FSW cruised past the Game Changer Academy Warriors Saturday afternoon at Suncoast Credit Union Arena.
A Keon Ellis bucket stretched the FSW lead to 21-7 at the 12 minute mark and another Thomas deuce made it a 20 point ball game at 30-10 with 9:04 to go in the half.
FSW blew things open all the way to 39-13 on a fast break finish from De'Lazarius Keys and a Terence Lewis II finish on the break gave the Bucs a 53-23 at the half.
The Bucs continued to pour it on, hitting the century mark with over four minutes left before finally finishing off a 113-57 win at the final horn.
Every Buc on the roster scored multiple points in the win while five different players reached double figures. Leading the way for FSW was Lewis who notched a career best 18. Also topping the 10 point mark was Barnes with 14, Thomas with 13, and Daniels and Ellis with 11 each.
FSW shot 56% overall and 46% from the three point line while holding the Warriors to just 35% from the floor.
The Bucs improve to 5-0 on the year and will take the court again on Wednesday when they play on the road at Miami-Dade in a 7 PM tip.
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SUNCOAST CREDIT UNION ARENA
The Buccaneers compete in the brand new Suncoast Credit Union Arena. Suncoast Credit Union Arena is approximately 75,000 square feet and is home to the FSW basketball teams and a student athletic center. The arena seats approximately 3,300 fans and includes six skyboxes, a hospitality event center, competition courts that convert into recreational courts, athletic office space, student, faculty and staff wellness, and an athletic center with a fitness pavilion, men's and women's locker rooms and a weight training area. The arena has two Daktronics displays, on the north and south walls, that each measure 10 feet high by 20 feet wide. Both displays incorporate variable content zoning to each show one large image or they can be divided into multiple windows to show any variety of live video, instant replays, up-to-the-minute statistics, graphics and animations, and sponsorship messages. One-hundred feet of ribbon displays have been installed on the east and west walls of the arena. The ribbons provide the opportunity to supplement the content on the main displays as well as highlight sponsors throughout events.