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Gamecenter: Loyola 60, American 52

Thursday, November 15th, 2007

Key sequence: Fairfield’s 16-0 run changed the game completely. The Eagles failed to score in their first ten possessions of the second period, going 0-for-9 from the floor with one turnover. Five different Stags put points on the board during the run, capped by a three by Evanovich to give Fairfield its first lead since 4-0.

Bison, Mountain Hawks win; Navy drops another

Thursday, November 15th, 2007

Bucknell’s defense cracked down on the Towson Tigers, allowing them to shoot just 33.9 percent from the floor in a 71-57 win for the Bison. John Griffin scored a career-high 21 to lead Bucknell.

Navy gets rolled by Drexel

Monday, November 12th, 2007

Navy failed in their quest to start the season 2-0, misfiring their way to an 86-70 loss to Drexel in Philadelphia. The Mids shot just 36.6 percent from the floor, while allowing the Dragons a 50.9 percent shooting percentage.

Holy Cross, Bucknell get revenge victories

Sunday, November 11th, 2007

Holy Cross avenged last year’s BracketBuster loss to Hofstra, knocking off the Pride 61-47 in Worcester. Pat Doherty led the Crusaders with 18 points and 4 assists. Alex Vander Baan had 15 rebounds, Adam May had 8 and Eric Meister 9 as Holy Cross outrebounded Hofstra 45-34.

Navy, Colgate start season on right foot; Leopards falter

Saturday, November 10th, 2007

Greg Sprink kicked off his season in style, scoring 28 points to lead Navy to an 88-72 victory at Longwood. Sprink added 8 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals in a very good all-around effort.





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