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Feb 3, 2018
80 Geneva
86 at Thomas More
Final
Feb 7, 2018
76 Thomas More
60 at Westminster
Final
Feb 10, 2018
50 Waynesburg
64 at Thomas More
Final
Feb 14, 2018
50 Thomas More
65 at Saint Vincent
Final
Feb 17, 2018
70 Washington & Jefferson
92 at Thomas More
Final
Feb 20, 2018
Thiel
at Thomas More
7:00 PM
PAC Tournament Quarterfinals
Feb 22, 2018
TBA
at Thomas More
7:00 PM
PAC Tournament Semifinals
Feb 24, 2018
TBA
at Thomas More
7:30 PM
PAC Tournament Final
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January 22, 2018 Damion King Named PAC Player of the Week (GREENVILLE, Pa.) – Thomas More College junior guard Damion King (Winchester, Ky./George Rogers Clark) was named the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) Men’s Basketball Player of the Week today (Monday, January 22, 2018) by the PAC office.
January 20, 2018 Saints Take Down Wolverines, 82-61 After taking control of the first-place spot in the Presidents Athletic Conference (PAC) on Wednesday (January 17), the Saints were back in action inside the Connor Convocation Center as they took on PAC opponent Grove City College
January 17, 2018 Saints Rally to Defeat Saint Vincent, 75-57 Tonight inside the Connor Convocation Center we had a battle for the first-place spot in the President Athletic Conference as the Saints of Thomas More College took on the Bearcats of St. Vincent College
January 13, 2018 Saints Come Out on Top at W&J The Saints of Thomas More College traveled to Washington, Pennsylvania today (January 13) to take on President Athletic Conference (PAC) opponent Washington and Jefferson College.
January 10, 2018 Saints Take Down Waynesburg, Extending Win Streak to Three The Saints of Thomas More College traveled to Waynesburg, Pennsylvania tonight (January 10, 2018) to take on a tough President Athletic Conference (PAC) opponent Waynesburg University
January 6, 2018 Saints Win in Final Seconds at Geneva, 72-71 After clinching the first spot in the President Athletic Conference (PAC) on Wednesday night, Thomas More went on the road to take on a very tough squad at Geneva College and the outcome of the game proved it