Beaver Falls, PA– Senior guard Jordan Harbison earned PAC Men’s Basketball Player of the Week honors for his dominant scoring performance on Saturday. Harbison found his stroke early and often on his way to scoring a tremendous 31 points in Geneva’s 89-81 victory over Hiram College. Harbison earned his points by shooting 9-16 from the floor and an outstanding 8-13 from three point range. His eight three point field goals are a season-high in the Presidents' Athletic Conference. Harbison’s 31 point effort is his second highest scoring output as a Golden Tornado as he scored 32 back in February of 2013 against Penn State Beaver. Harbison hopes to keep his shooting form as the Golden Tornadoes roll into conference play against Thiel College on Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m.
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