Senior Malcolm Clark had a game-high 28 points in the loss to the Bishops and is now second in the ODAC in scoring at an even 20 points per game. Clark has been the Hornets leading scorer in six games, including the past five straight.
Clark is also the Hornets leading rebounder at 7.9 per game. The Washington, D.C. native has three double-doubles this season.
Junior Kaimonne Douglas backs up Clark in the scoring department with an 11.9 points per game average.
Juniors Ryan Fields and Reid Jacoby lead Randolph in scoring at 14.4 and 13.2 ppg, respectively.
Randolph scores 65.4 points per game and allows 65.7.
Saturday's contest is the 13th lifetime between SU and the WildCats in men's basketball.
Randolph leads the all-time series 12-2, but the Hornets have the latest victory thanks to a 65-63 win in Lynchburg on January 30, 2016.