Razorbacks topple Cobras, improve to 5-2


An Alpha player takes a flying leap toward the basket in the society’s matchup against Pi Kappa. Photo: Molly Waits

The Alpha Theta Pi Razorbacks surprised the Pi Kappa Sigma Cobras Monday, Feb. 17, as they handed the Cobras their third loss of the season, 53-43.

The Razorbacks took an early 14-5 lead, but the Cobras fought back to a four-point deficit at the half, due in part to quality perimeter shooting from freshman Jonathan Abrams.

The second half started out well for Pi Kappa, and they took a 36-33 lead. Alpha went on a run of their own and quickly gained a five-point advantage. Alpha held control for the remainder of the game and handed Pi Kappa the defeat. Alpha now stands at 5-2 on the season, while the Cobras are 4-3.