Thursday, November 18, 2010

Danes outgunned by GT; MAAC bounces back

UAlbany lost to a very motivated Georgia Tech team, 78-51, on Wednesday night.

The Yellow Jackets were coming off a loss to city foe Kennesaw State, a game they lost 80-63.

Here is a link from the Atlanta paper on last night's game.

The America East went 0-5 last night.

Vermont looked good before falling to UConn 89-73 (it was closer than that).

Boston University lost to Villanova 82-66.

UMBC lost to Loyola (Md.) of the MAAC 83-72.

Binghamton didn't look good, losing to Bucknell 66-38 (Greer Wright scored 21 of the 38 points).

The MAAC posted a 3-2 night, highlighted by Rider leading wire-to-wire on the road in a 77-57 victory over USC (that's USC, as in Trojans) and Manhattan's victory over Penn.

The Broncs got a career-high 28 points from Justin Robinson.

Incredibly, the Jaspers ended their game on a 17-2 run to win 59-54 and are still the only unbeaten team in the MAAC at 2-0.

Niagara lost to UW-Milwaukee 90-73, Loyola (Md.) beat UMBC (as noted above) and Marist lost 79-59 to George Washington.

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