WASHINGTON – The Catholic University of America got back on the winning track on Saturday at Moravian, powering past Greyhounds, 96-79. The No. 22-ranked Cardinals were led by senior guard Bryson Fonville who scored a game-high 28 points on 10-of-13 shooting.
Fonville did all of his damage without hitting a 3-pointer, getting to the line 11 times on the afternoon. Catholic built a 51-40 lead at the half and cruised in the second as the Cards shot 57-percent from the field and scored 17 points on 15 Moravian turnovers.
Sophomore Jay Howard also continued his torrid start to the season, scoring 25 points on 7-of-13 shooting from the field while getting to the line an impressive 18 times. Howard also added seven rebounds and two blocks.
Junior guard Louis Khouri came off the bench and chipped in four 3-pointers, going for a season-high 16 points.
Catholic went a combinded 9-of-19 from beyond the arc, getting 26 points from it bench as CUA built its largest lead of 20 over Moravian.
After concluding its two-game road swing, the Cardinals now return home to the DuFour Center on Monday night, hosting St. Vincent at 5 pm.