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  • Quinnipiac Men Handle St. Peter's 63-55

    JERSEY CITY, N.J. – Zaid Hearst had 23 points, Ousmane Drame registered another double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds as Quinnipiac put together a strong second half to defeat St. Peter's, 63-55 at the Yanitelli Center Wednesday night.
  • Regional Digest: Eastern Shells Keene State 95-71

    Men's Basketball Eastern 95, Keene St., 71: Trachone Preston, with 23 points, and five teammates in double figures led Eastern St. (14-3, 6-0 LEC) to a decisive 95-71 win over Keene St. (12-3, 4-2 LEC) in Keene, N.H. Women's Basketball St. Joseph 67,...

    State roundup: UMBC men top Kennesaw State

     State roundup: UMBC men top Kennesaw State
    Cody Joyce (Southern) scored a season-high 21 points and the UMBC men's basketball team held host Kennesaw State to 15 points in the second half to win, 66-53, on Saturday at the KSU Convocation Center. The win marks the second in a row for the...

    Balanced scoring leads No. 14 Maryland women past Coppin State, 110-51

    Balanced scoring leads No. 14 Maryland women past Coppin State, 110-51
    No. 14 Maryland cruised past host Coppin State, 110-51, in women's basketball on Sunday, with six Terps scoring in double figures in their final nonconference game. Junior Brene Moseley led Maryland with 18 points, eight assists and three steals....

    Hartford Holds On To Defeat Saint Peter's In Home Opener

    WEST HARTFORD — The University of Hartford men's basketball team narrowly defeated Saint Peter's University 51-50 in its home opener at Chase Family Pavilion on Sunday. Taylor Dyson led the Hawks (1-1), converting on all five of his three-point...