Rollins didn’t have an answer for Embry-Riddle’s fire power Wednesday and fell 99-66 in its Sunshine State Conference opener.
The last team in the Sunshine State Conference to start league play, Rollins is set to host Embry-Riddle and visit Tampa to start its 2019-20 conference slate.
Hutton Yenor drained six 3-pointers and led a big Rollins second half as the Tars posted a 101-87 win over Webber International.
Coming back after a week-long layoff, Rollins is back on the court, hosting Webber International University at Warden Arena. The Tars eased past Puerto Rico Mayaguez by 28 their last time out to snap out of a two-game skid.
Jakobi Bonner continued his hot start to the year, posting a double-double and leading Rollins past the University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez 81-53 on Tuesday.
After playing four games over the first seven days of the season, Rollins pumps the brakes with just one game this week, hosting the University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez on Tuesday. The Tars are looking to shake off back-to-back home losses and get back in the win column.