The Bears once again hit the road for a game at Kent that would be their third game in five days. The Bears were down two players and only dressed eight. Despite that, the Bears were looking for their fifth victory in a row. The Bears continued a yearlong habit of starting slow as Kent raced out to a 11-0 lead before Coach Anderson called a timeout to talk to his troops. The Bears perked up a little but were still down double digits at halftime.
In the second half, the Bears showed a little life, but the early Kent lead proved too much for the Bears to overcome as Berkshire fell 35-28. Sam Clougher and Justin Donawa led the scoring with 6 points each. Berkshire finishes their four-games-in-six-days schedule on Monday against Salisbury.