[Sean King for Shaw Media]
Adams, on Friday, stuck several midrange jump shots – an aspect of his game he's worked quite a bit to develop.
"My midrange was falling," said Adams, who shot 10-for-17. "Tonight, I was going to that a lot. They started off in a box-and-one, we struggled to get it going in the beginning, but we picked it up."
Brady Peterlin, also, picked it up.
Oswego's junior guard was scoreless through three games this week, 0-for-8 from the field. But he went for 13 big points Friday, 3-for-5 from the field. Joey Niesman, who added 10 points, had two more of Oswego's seven 3s.
"We need him," Pohlmann said of Peterlin. "We knew it was just a matter of time. All week long it was in and out. Tonight you could see a little more confidence. He got the ball, and he was putting it in. It was kind of his coming-out party. We need that shooting."