Bellarmine's Kyle Playsted reaches the 200-point club with a goal and two assists, but the Knights lose 11-7 to Air Force at Falcon Stadium. Air Force's strategic play stifled Bellarmine's offense, leading to their defeat.

By the Numbers
  • Air Force won their fifth consecutive Atlantic Sun play, standing at 6-4 overall and 5-0 in the conference.
  • Bellarmine drops to 7-5 overall and 3-2 in the ASUN, falling to fourth place tied with Cleveland State.
Yes, But

Bellarmine's turnovers limited their offensive opportunities, contributing to Air Force's control and eventual win.

State of Play
  • Air Force leads the ASUN standings, while Bellarmine slips to fourth place after their three-game winning streak ends.
  • The Knights struggled with turnovers, facing strong defense from the Falcons who outshot them 25-14.
  • Bellarmine now prepares to face Robert Morris and Cleveland State in upcoming games this week.
What's Next

Bellarmine aims to refine their gameplay and decision-making in upcoming matches to bounce back from the loss against Air Force.

Bottom Line

Despite Kyle Playsted's milestone, Bellarmine's defeat highlights the need for improved ball security and execution in their future games to secure victories.