Men's Basketball starts four-game home stretch on Tuesday

The Cougars will begin a stretch of four consecutive home games on Tuesday night when they host Western New York Athletic Conference opponent, Jamestown Community College-Olean.
Genesee (15-6, 1-3) has now lost four games in a row after losing at the Community College of Beaver County on Saturday.
Jamestown-Olean (3-11, 0-3) has lost six games in a row, including three WNYAC games.

Last time out:
GCC lost at the Community College of Beaver County, 120-96. Ervin Mitchell led Genesee with 28 points and eight rebounds. Naquil Jones added 22 points, Alastair Cole finished with 14 and Da’Shawn Suber had 12 points and eight assists.
JCC-Olean fell to Alfred State on Jan. 21, 77-58. The Jaguars have played three teams in conference so far this season, losing to Monroe Community College (106-62), Mercyhurst North East (112-68) and Niagara County Community College (94-56).

What to watch for:
Genesee has matched its longest WNYAC losing streak since the 2004-05 season at three straight games.
The Cougars are 17-1 vs. JCC-Olean since 2004-05.
Jaguars sophomore guard James Brown leads the team in scoring with 21.0 points per game. He is 35th on the NJCAA scoring list.

The game:
Tip-off is scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday night at the Anthony T. Zambito Gymnasium. The game broadcast will air on 90.7 FM WGCC and online at