Pioneers improve to 3-0 to start year
LANCASTER — So far, so good for UAV men’s basketball.
The two-time defending California Pacific Conference champions dispatched Bethesda University of California 8659 at the Pioneer Event Center Saturday night.
Kane Kell and Kamal Holden led a balanced scoring attack with 13 points each as University of Antelope Valley improved to 3-0 under new head coach Jordan Mast.
Mast moves up to take over the program after two seasons as the top assistant to former head coach Darwin Cook.
The transition has been seamless thus far.
On Friday night, UAV defeated Warner Pacific University 83-64 at the PEC.
In the season opener last week, the Pioneers had no problems with San Diego Christian College, 95-67.
UAV makes its first road trip of the season Wednesday night to take on perennial NAIA power The Master’s College in Santa Clarita.