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From Sun staff reports | January 11, 2013
Host St. Francis (N.Y.) closed the first half with a 10-0 run and opened the second half with back-to-back 3-pointers and beat Mount St. Mary's, 70-56, in men's basketball Thursday night. Rashad Whack led the Mountaineers (6-8, 1-2 Northeast Conference) with 17 points. The Terriers (6-9, 2-1) opened the second half with a 6-0 run. The Mount responded with a 3-pointer by Taylor Danaher and four points from Whack to cut the deficit to 35-32. But St. Francis' Ben Mockford made consecutive 3-pointers again to spark an 8-0 run for a 43-32 advantage.
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From Sun staff reports | January 6, 2013
UMBC's Bria White scored 14 of her team-high 15 points in the second half to help the Retrievers pick up their first conference victory of the season, a 54-50 win over Maine in America East action Saturday at RAC Arena. White, UMBC's America East Player of the Game, was one of three Retrievers who scored in double digits. Senior guard Brittany Crowell scored 12 points, and classmate Raven Harris had 10 points, six rebounds, five steals and three assists. Trailing by 11 points at the break, Maine (1-13, 0-1)
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From Sun staff reports | January 4, 2013
Kristijan Krajina tied a career-best with 16 points, but host Mount St.Mary's men's basketball lost to Fairleigh Dickinson , 72-65, in the Northeast Conference opener for both teams Thursday night. The Knights (6-7, 0-1) were led by Melquan Bolding with a game-high 19 points. FDU converted on 55percent of its shot attempts, while holding the Mount (5-7, 0-1) to 42percent from the field. American 63, UMES 49: The visiting Hawks (0-12) fell behind in the first half and never recovered.
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From Sun staff reports | December 13, 2012
Rahlir Hollis-Jefferson had 20 points and six assists as host Temple beat Towson, 72-61, in a nonconference men's basketball game Wednesday night. The Owls (7-1) of the Atlantic 10 Conference were coming off a loss Saturday to Duke. Jerrelle Benimon had 30 points and 18 rebounds for Towson (4-6), which played the last of 10 straight road games to begin the season. Benimon had 15 points in the first half, and Hollis-Jefferson had 10 points and four assists at the break. The Owls took a 47-37 lead with 14:16 left in the game on a 3-pointer by Jake O'Brien.
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From Sun staff reports | December 7, 2012
Four free throws by John Schoof proved to be the difference in American's 73-70, double-overtime basketball win Thursday night over host UMBC. The first two of Schoof's free throws gave the Eagles a 71-70 lead with 2:06 left in the second overtime. After the Eagles' Austin Carroll missed two free throws, the Retrievers (2-7) had a chance for the win, but Ryan Cook, who led all scorers with 24 points, turned the ball over with 13seconds left. Schoof, who scored 19 points, then made two more free throws to give the Eagles (4-5)
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By Matt Zapotosky, The Washington Post | November 16, 2012
The Bowie State University student charged with fatally slashing her randomly assigned roommate in their shared suite last year was acquitted Thursday of every charge against her, as jurors apparently believed she was acting to protect herself in a sprawling melee. After about 21/2 hours of deliberation, jurors found Alexis Simpson, 20, not guilty of first-degree murder and a host of lesser charges in the September 2011 slaying of 18-year-old Dominique Frazier. They rejected even the idea that Simpson acted in a grossly negligent way in the death.
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From Sun staff reports | November 15, 2012
Freshman guard Tilman Dunbar had 16 points and 11 assists, and the host Navy men's basketball team ended the game with a 25-7 run to pull away from visiting Binghamton, 75-52, on Wednesday at Alumni Hall. After clawing their way back into the game midway through the second half, the Bearcats (0-3) managed just three field goals over the game's final 11 minutes and saw a five-point deficit swell as the Midshipmen (2-1) used a steady stream of free throws to extend their lead. Both teams were in the double bonus with nine minutes remaining, and Navy hit eight from the line to spark a 10-0 run that turned a 50-45 lead into a 60-45 cushion with 7:36 left.
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From Sun staff reports and From Sun staff reports | November 12, 2012
Holy Cross edged host Morgan State, 74-73, in men's basketball on Dave Dudzinski's 20 points and eight rebounds Sunday. Anthony Hubbard scored 17 points and had eight rebounds for the Bears (1-2). The Crusaders improved to 2-1. Alderson-Broaddus 81, Bowie State 78, OT: The Bulldogs came back from an 18-point deficit but could not pull out a win at the Clarion Hotel Classic at Shepherd. Byron Westmorland scored 31 points for the Bulldogs, while the Battlers' O'Dell Eargle scored 22. Houston-Baptist 70, UMES 55: Despite Kyree Jones' 28 points, the Hawks (0-2)
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From Sun staff reports | November 11, 2012
DeShawn Painter, Nick Wright and Keenan Palmore led six players in double figures with 12 points apiece as Old Dominion held off visiting Morgan State in the Liberty Tax Classic, 72-61, Saturday night. Leading 50-49 with 7:04 left, Painter started an 8-0 run that gave the Monarchs (1-1) a cushion. The Bears (1-1) never got closer than seven the rest of the way. Justin Black had 16 points to lead the Bears. Anthony Hubbard and DeWayne Jackson scored 13 points apiece. Southern California 87, Coppin State 73: Byron Wesley and J.T. Terrell scored 17 points each to offset freshman guard Patrick Cole's 25 as the host Trojans beat the Eagles in the season opener for both teams in the Maui Invitational.
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From Sun staff reports | September 16, 2012
Morgan State @N.C. A&T Sept. 27, 7:30p.m. TV: ESPNU Radio: 88.9FM The Morgan State defense allowed 753 total yards, including 565 passing yards, as Akron (1-2) demolished the visiting Bears, 66-6, on Saturday at InfoCision Stadium, ending a 10-game losing streak for the Zips. "It was a very fast tempo," Morgan State freshman defensive back DeShaun Summers said. "I still was adjusting to it throughout the game. They looked much better in person than they did on tape.
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