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  • No. 22 Seton Hall defeats NJIT to start season 4-0

    Posted 2017-11-20 22:17:30 by: Exec Exec

    No. 22 Seton Hall defeats NJIT to start season 4-0 NEWARK, N.J. - Senior  (Bronx, N.Y.) scored a game-high 19 points to continue his hot streak to begin the season, and the Seton Hall men's basketball bench contributed 32 points, as the No. 22 Pirates knocked off NJIT, 82-53, Saturday afternoon at Prudential Center. Rodriguez finished the day 7-of-13 shooting, and he also grabbed seven rebounds. The Seton Hall (4-0) second unit was led by freshmen  (Tbilisi, Georgia) and  (Appoquinimink), who each had 11 points. Mamukelashvili also grabbed nine rebounds and blocked four shots. Sophomore  (Trenton, N.J.) added 13 points.   Turning Point After a sluggish first half, the Pirates were leading 39-35 early in the second half when senior  (Brooklyn, N.Y.) nailed a layup to spark a 24-3 run nearly eight minutes. The Pirates forced five NJIT turnovers and held the Highlanders to 1-for-6 shooting in that span. On the offensive side during the run, Cale contributed six of the 24 points with a smooth three-pointer and a slashing "and-one" layup down the baseline. Mamukelashvili punctuated the stretch with a jumper off a dish from Carrington to give the Pirates a 63-38 advantage. Seton Hall led by as many as 30 points on two separate occasions. Inside the Numbers Seton Hall shot 50 percent for the game (30-for-60) and was solid at the free throw line, making 15 of 19 attempts (78.9 percent). The Pirates have now out-shot each of their first four opponents this season. NJIT finished at 37 percent shooting overall (20-for-54) and 29.6 percent (8-for-27) from behind the arc. The Pirates again were strong on the boards, out-rebounding NJIT, 38-29, and used 11 offensive rebounds to generate 13 second chance points. The Hall's defense was outstanding in the second half, limiting the Highlanders to 9-for-26 shooting (34.6 percent). Overall, the Pirates forced 18 NJIT turnovers and turned them into ...

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  • Delaware Valley University 35, Western New England University 0

    Posted 2017-11-20 22:10:03 by: Exec Exec

    Delaware Valley University 35, Western New England University 0        DOYLESTOWN (PA) – Delaware Valley University used the big play all afternoon and scored on offense, defense and special teams as the fifth-ranked and undefeated Aggies blanked visiting Western New England University, 35-0, in the first round of the NCAA Division III playoffs, DelVal improved to 11-0 on the season and will now face Husson College (Bangor, Maine) for a right to go to the quarterfinals next Saturday, November 25. Husson advanced thanks to a 23-21 victory over 19th-ranked Springfield College. The NCAA does not officially announce the hosts for the next round until Sunday evening (check DelVal athletics social media and website on Sunday night for more information). For Western New England, the Golden Bears had their season come to an end with an 8-3 overall record, a Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) championship and their third straight trip to the NCAAs. The Aggies had three touchdowns of 50 or more yards while the remaining two scores were set up by big plays as well. The defense, which entered the game ranked third in Division III with nine points allowed per game, notched its second shutout of the year and forced three turnovers against a Western New England offense that lost the ball just nine times all year. The two teams combined for five punts on the first five possessions of the game. A sixth looked likely as DelVal faced a third-and-12 from its own 33-yard line. However, Aaron Nelson got behind the secondary and quarterback Dashawn Darden hit him in stride for a 67-yard touchdown pass. Colin Fasolka added the extra-point for a 7-0 Aggie lead with just 23 seconds left in the first quarter. DelVal drove deep into Golden Bear territory on its next drive, but Fasolka’s 23-yard field goal attempt went wide left. Later in the half, Western New England was forced to punt and a line drive boot was caught by Vinnie Nelson at ...

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  • Jordan Allen Named MAAC Rookie of the Week

    Posted 2017-11-20 20:48:07 by: Exec Exec

    Jordan Allen Named MAAC Rookie of the ...

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  • Oregon Uses Big Runs to Defeat Men’s Hoops

    Posted 2017-11-20 00:03:00 by: Exec Exec

    Oregon pulled away from the Ball State men's basketball team in the second half Sunday for an 95-71 victory as part of the PK80-Phil Knight ...

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  • Game Day Central: Ball State to Celebrate Senior Class Tuesday Night vs. Miami

    Posted 2017-11-19 21:46:00 by: Exec Exec

    MUNCIE, Ind. – The Ball State football team will wrap up the 2017 season Tuesday night at Scheumann Stadium against Miami. The finale will be broadcast on ESPN3 beginning at 7 ...

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  • Men's Squash Completes Statement Opening Weekend With Thriller Over George Washington

    Posted 2017-11-19 20:45:00 by: Exec Exec

    The depth and talent in college squash had reached unprecedented heights, and Princeton knows that it will take more than talent to break into the top tier of the sport. The Tigers showed a fight that will be necessary moving forward, as they posted a trio of five-game victories to fight off a strong, upset-minded George Washington team Sunday in Washington, ...

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  • Women's Squash Posts Perfect Opening Weekend, Which Includes Impressive Win Over #5 Stanford

    Posted 2017-11-19 20:10:00 by: Exec Exec

    Heading into its first weekend of the season, the Princeton women's squash coaches knew that the Tigers were in for a major early test against fifth-ranked Stanford, and they were excited to see how their squad would handle the moment after a strong and productive ...

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  • WBB Looks To Remain Undefeated At Vanderbilt Monday

    Posted 2017-11-19 18:19:00 by: Exec Exec

    MUNCIE, Ind. – The Ball State women's basketball team is looking to remain undefeated in non-conference action when it plays at Vanderbilt Monday at 1 p.m. in Memorial Gym.  Today's contest is the Commodores Education Day ...

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  • Alarie Picks Up Second Straight Double-Double, but Georgia Tech Earns 67-56 Victory Over Princeton

    Posted 2017-11-19 16:35:00 by: Exec Exec

    The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets held off a second half rally from the Princeton Tigers, earning a 67-56 victory at Jadwin Gym on Sunday ...

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  • HAWKS FALL IN FINAL SECONDS AT CLEMSON, 57-54

    Posted 2017-11-19 15:55:00 by: Deleted Member

    Scoring eight straight points in the final 21.8 seconds, Clemson edged the Monmouth University women's basketball team on Sunday afternoon, ...

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