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Florida Gulf Coast Crushes Fairleigh Dickinson

Florida Gulf Coast and Marc Eddy Norelia (#25) had plenty to celebrate on with their dominating win over Fairleigh Dickinson in the 2016 NCAA Tournament's First Four. (Gregory Shamus/Getty Images North America)
Florida Gulf Coast and Marc Eddy Norelia (#25) had plenty to celebrate on with their dominating win over Fairleigh Dickinson in the 2016 NCAA Tournament’s First Four. (Gregory Shamus/Getty Images North America)

Florida Gulf Coast Crushes Fairleigh Dickinson

Florida Gulf Coast raced out to an early 11-0 in their First Four game against Fairleigh Dickinson and never looked back in a 96-65 win. The Eagles were led by Marc Eddy Norelia’s double-double of 20 points and 10 rebounds. Norelia only missed one field goal.

Florida Gulf Coast started with that 11-0 run and parlayed that into an insurmountable 40-19 halftime lead. The Eagles dominated on the glass in the first half with a 27-17 margin and shot 16 of 27 (59.3%) from the field. They held FDU to 6 of 28 shooting (21.4%) and Norelia went 7 of 7 from the field for 14 points. FDU’s top scorers were Earl Potts Jr. and Darian Anderson with six points apiece.

The second half started well for FDU as they opened with six straight points, but they could not find any defense as they were unable to cut any further into the deficit. The Knights shot much better in the second half at 40.5% (17 of 42), but the lack of defense allowed Florida Gulf Coast to continue to pile on the points. Potts led FDU in the second half with 10 points while FGCU was led by Julian Debose (11 points) and Christian Terrell (1o points).

Fairleigh Dickinson finishes the season 18-15 after winning the Northeast Conference Tournament. Potts led the team with 16 points and 8 rebounds while Marques Townes had 13 points and Anderson finished with 11 points and 8 rebounds. The Knights shot 23 of 70 for the game (32.9%) including 8 of 23 from beyond the arc (34.8%). They struggled from the free throw line going 11 of 18.

Florida Gulf Coast is now 21-13 and will face the top seeded North Carolina Tar Heels on Thursday at 7:20 PM Eastern Time in the East Regional. Norelia’s 20 points was best on the team, but Terrell (14), Debose (14), and Demetris Morant (10 points) also finished in double figures. Antravious Simmons nearly had a double-double with 9 points and 11 rebounds. The Eagles finished 34 of 57 from the floor (59.6%) and 8 of 23 from three point range (34.8%). They shot horrendously from the free throw line in the first half (6 of 17 for 35.3%), but went 14 of 17 in the second half (82.4%).

2016 NCAA Basketball Tournament First Four Schedule

John Beilein and Michigan still have a chance to make some noise this season starting with First Four. They play Tulsa on Wednesday, March 16. (Joe Robbins/Getty Images North America)
John Beilein and Michigan still have a chance to make some noise this season starting with First Four. They play Tulsa on Wednesday, March 16. (Joe Robbins/Getty Images North America)

2016 NCAA Basketball Tournament First Four Schedule

The First Four games are now known with announcement of the 2016 NCAA Basketball Tournament teams. There will be two games played on Tuesday, March 15 and two more played on Wednesday, March 16. All four games will be played in Dayton, Ohio and can be seen on TruTV. The schedule for the First Four games is broken down below by date.

First Four Games – Tuesday, March 15, 2016

#16 Florida Gulf Coast versus #16 Fairleigh Dickinson will be played at 6:40 PM Eastern Time with winner facing #1 North Carolina in the East Region on Thursday, March 17.

The second game will be played at 9:10 PM Eastern Time between #11 Vanderbilt and #11 Wichita State. The winner of that contest will play #6 Arizona on Thursday, March 17 in the South Region.

Date Time (EST) Team #1 Road Score Team #2 Home Score TV Location Regional
3/15/2016 6:40 PM #16 Fairleigh Dickinson 65 #16 Florida Gulf Coast  96 TruTV Dayton, Ohio East
3/15/2016 9:10 PM #11 Wichita State  70 #11 Vanderbilt  50 TruTV Dayton, Ohio South

First Four Games – Wednesday, March 16, 2016

#16 Holy Cross plays #16 Southern in the first Wednesday game starting at 6:40 PM Eastern Time. The winner will move on to #1 Oregon in the West Region on Friday, March 18.

The final First Four game will be #11 Michigan and #11 Tulsa with a start time of 8:10 PM Eastern Time. Whichever team comes out on top will then move on to face #6 Notre Dame on Friday, March 18 in the East Region.

Date Time (EST) Team #1 Road Score Team #2 Home Score TV Location Regional
3/16/2016 6:40 PM #16 Holy Cross  59 #16 Southern  55 TruTV Dayton, Ohio West
3/16/2016 9:10 PM #11 Tulsa  62 #11 Michigan 67 TruTV Dayton, Ohio East

Check back for the first and second round schedules.

Ivy League Basketball Roundup: 12/4/2014

Ivy League Basketball Roundup: 12/4/2014

Below is the Ivy League Basketball Roundup for Thursday, December 4, 2014. A bevy of 6 Ivy League teams were in action – Brown, Penn, Dartmouth, Harvard, Yale, and Princeton.

 

Brown Struggles At Home In Loss To American

 Jesse Reed’s 22 points and 8 rebounds were enough for American to send Brown to a 66-49 loss.

The final score was not indicative of how the game started. Both teams started well, but Brown took a 17-9 before American surged back with a 9-0 run and an 18-17 lead with over 8 minutes left in the first half. The rest of the half was back and forth with American taking a 29-28 lead at the break.

Jesse Reed led American with 10 points in the first half on 4 of 6 shooting. The Eagles shot 48% from the field, hit 1 of 5 three pointers (20%), and hit 80% of free throws. The Eagles committed only 4 turnovers in the first half. Brown was led by Cedric Kuakumensah with 12 points. The Bears hit 40% of their shots and hit 3 of 10 three pointers (30%). Brown out-rebounded American 17 to 13 and committed 7 turnovers.

The first half was even for 7 minutes, but then American took over. American led 38-35 with 13:18 with the Eagles completely taking over for the rest of the second half. They held Brown to just 14 points over the next 13 minutes while putting up 28 of their own.

Reed led American with 12 second half points and 5 rebounds. The Eagles hit 52.4% of their shots and went 4 of 6 from beyond the arc (66.7%). They won the battle on the glass 18-14 and committed only 5 turnovers. Tavon Blackmon was the top scorer for Brown with 6 points. The Bears shot only 28% in the second half and missed all 5 three pointers. They committed 5 turnovers.

For the game, Jesse Reed had 22 points on 6 of 10 shooting including making all three of his three pointers and 7 of 8 free throws. He also corralled 8 rebounds. Zach Elcano had 13 points and 4 rebounds while John Schoof scored 10 points and grabbed 5 rebounds. Pee Wee Gardner also had 8 points and 8 rebounds for the Eagles. American went 23 of 46 from the field (50%) and hit 5 of 11 three pointers (45.5%). They went 15 of 21 from the charity stripe (71.4%), out-rebounded Brown by a slight 34 to 32 margin, and committed 9 turnovers.

Cedric Kuakumensah finished with 17 points and 4 rebounds for Brown. Leland King had 11 points and 13 rebounds while Tavon Blackmon scored 9 points and had 4 assists. The Bears shot 17 of 50 from the field (34%) and hit 3 of 15 three pointers (20%). They went 12 of 19 from the free throw line (63.2%) and committed 12 turnovers.

American (5-3) travels to face #24 Illinois (6-1) on Saturday. Brown’s (3-6) loss snapped a two game win streak and faces Bryant (1-4) on Saturday.

 

Penn Finally Gets First Win

Penn had a monster first half that provided them enough cushion to get the win over Navy. The Quakers won 57-46 on the road.

Neither team had an advantage at the second TV timeout with the score tied at 10-10, but Penn would take command shortly thereafter. Penn went on a 9-2 run to take a 19-12 lead before blowing the game wide open. 3 of the next 4 buckets for the Quakers were three pointers and that provided them with a 30-19 lead. The Quakers finished off the half with an 8-2 run and a 38-21 halftime lead.

The second half was not nearly as fast-paced. At the first TV timeout, Penn led 47-28 while the second TV timeout provided a score of 49-32, meaning that only 6 points were scored in 4 minutes. Navy continued to chip away at the deficit and made it single digits at 52-44 with 5:25 remaining in the game. However, the Midshipmen struggled from the field for the rest of the game making just one bucket and not putting pressure on the Quakers to make their free throws.

Penn was led by Tony Hicks‘ 14 points, 8 rebounds, and 5 assists. Darien Nelson-Henry had a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds. Darnell Foreman chipped in 9 points. The Quakers hit 21 of 45 from the field (46.7%) and made 5 of 14 three pointers (35.7%). They made 1o of 15 free throws (66.7%), out-rebounded Navy 36-31, had 16 assists, and committed 16 turnovers.

Navy had no scorers in double digits. Zach Fong and Edward Alade both finished with 8 points. Navy went 18 of 53 from the field (34%) and hit 5 of 23 three pointers (31.7%). They went 5 of 13 from the free throw line (38.5%) and committed 14 turnovers.

Penn (1-5) finally won their first game after starting the season with 5 losses. They travel to face Binghamton (1-7) 0n Saturday. Navy (2-6) faces their first of back-to-back Military institutions in the Citadel (3-4) on Saturday. Navy faces VMI on Tuesday.

 

Dartmouth Loses Close Battle For Second Straight Game

This is not a trend Dartmouth wants to see. For the second time in as many games, Dartmouth has lost a close match. On Sunday, it was New Hampshire and Wednesday it was Longwood. Longwood’s Quincy Taylor accounted for nearly 50% of his teams points (34) in their 74-73 win over Dartmouth.

Longwood quickly got out to a 10-1 lead, but Dartmouth erased that deficit and then some by the second TV timeout. They went on a 15-0 run to lead 16-10. The lead was cut to as little as three pointers, but the Big Green used a strong 11-6 run to lead 42-31 at the break.

The second half began remarkably similar to the first half. Longwood went on a 9-3 run to start the half and trailed 45-10 at the first TV timeout. Despite the solid start, Dartmouth built the lead back up to 63-54. In a three minute span, Longwood cut the deficit back down to one at 64-63 with 4 minutes left in the game. Longwood even trailed 73-66 with a minute left, but then the wheels fell off for Dartmouth.

The comeback would be done unconventionally for a team down by 7 points. The Lancers hit 6 free throws and and a layup to pull the stunning comeback. Quincy Taylor hit two free throws with 6 seconds left and Alex Mitola could not hit his shot to save the Big Green.

Miles Wright led Dartmouth off the bench with 15 points on 6 of 9 shooting. Malik Gill had a double-double with 14 points and 10 assists while Connor Boehm had 14 points and 7 rebounds. Alex Mitola scored 10 points. The Big Green shot 27 of 48 from the field (56.3%) and hit 8 of 18 three pointers (44.4%). They went 11 of 19 free throws (57.9%), had 16 assists, and committed 11 turnovers. Dartmouth out-rebounded Longwood 28-24.

Quincy Taylor had 34 points on 13 of 18 shooting including making 5 of 7 three pointers. Shaquille Johnson contributed a solid 18 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists. The Lancers went 23 of 45 from the field (51.1%) and hit 9 of 21 three pointers (42.9%). They went 19 of 24 from the free throw line (79.2%) and committed only 9 turnovers.

Dartmouth (1-4) will play their next game at home on Saturday against Maine (1-5). Longwood (3-5) faces Tennessee-Martin (4-2) on the road on Saturday.

 

Harvard Breezes Past Northeastern

Wesley Saunders played an excellent all around game to lead Harvard past Northeastern 60-46.

Harvard blitzed the Huskies in the first half with a 10-0 run to start the game. Kenyatta Smith scored the last six points of the run. Northeastern scored the next four points, but Harvard was in control until late in the half. The Crimson led 23-12 with 4:17 to play before a 10-4 run by Northeastern to end the half. Harvard led 27-22 at the break.

Northeastern was led by 9 points in the first half from Scott Eatherton. The Huskies shot 36% from the field in the first half and missed both of their three pointers. The Huskies crushed Harvard on the glass 17 to 9 and committed 7 turnovers. Agunwa Okolle led the Crimson with 6 points on 3 of 3 shooting. The Crimson shot 52.4% from the field and hit 2 of 4 three pointers. The Crimson committed 6 turnovers.

Northeastern hit an early three pointer to cut the lead to 27-25 and it was 31-28 Harvard before the Crimson ripped of a 6-0 run to extend the lead to 9. The Huskies continued to keep it close until midway through the half, but Harvard took over from there. At 44-38 with 9:24 left to play, Harvard went on a 16-8 run to end the game.

Scott Eatherton led Northeastern in the second half as well with 7 points and 4 rebounds. The Huskies shot 30.8% and hit 2 of 8 three pointers (25%). They also committed 7 turnovers. Wesley Saunders had 12 points for Harvard on 4 of 7 shooting. The Crimson shot 52% in the second half and missed all 3 three pointers. They committed only 4 second half turnovers.

Scott Eatherton led Northeastern with 16 points and 6 rebounds. Reggie Spencer also had a decent game with 10 points and 8 rebounds. The Huskies hit 17 of 51 shots from the field (33.3%) and made only 2 of 10 three pointers (20%). They went 10 of 17 on free throws (58.8%), out-rebounded Harvard 35-24, and committed 14 turnovers.

Harvard was led by Wesley Saunders’ 12 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists, and 5 steals. Siyani Chambers scored 11 points and had 7 assists. The Crimson shot 24 of 46 from the field (52.2%) and hit 2 of 7 three pointers (28.6%). They went 10 of 13 from the charity stripe (76.9%), had 15 assists, had 8 steals, blocked 6 shots, and committed 10 turnovers.

Northeastern (5-2) faces Western Michigan (5-2) at home on Saturday. Harvard (5-1) is on a four game winning streak and puts that on the line at Vermont (4-3) on Saturday.

 

Yale Gets Past Bryant On The Road

Yale had four players in double figures, as they went on the road to defeat Bryant 67-60. Dyami Starks scored 23 points for Bryant in the loss.

Yale led by as much as 8 points at 18-10, but Bryant went on a 15-6 run to capture the lead at 25-24. Yale regained the lead 20 seconds later and held on to it at the break with a score line of 33-28.

In the second half, Yale got out to a quick start. The trio of Javier Duren, Justin Sears, and Matt Townsend scored the first 18 points for the Yale, as they took control of the game at 51-37. Dyami Starks did his best to keep Bryant in the game, but the aforementioned trio of Duren, Sears, and Townsend were able to keep Bryant at bay and hold on for the 67-60 win.

For the game, Javier Duren and Justin Sears both finished with 15 points. Sears grabbed 7 rebounds while Duren had 5 boards and 7 assists. Matt Townsend and Jack Montague both had 11 points. Townsend grabbed 5 boards. Yale went 23 of 50 from the field (46%) and hit 5 of 16 three pointers (31.2%). They hit 16 of 26 free throws (61.5%), out-rebounded Bryant 38 to 28, had 15 assists, and committed 10 turnovers.

Dyami Starks led Bryant with 23 points on 8 of 12 shooting, but was on fire from the perimeter. He hit 5 of his 8 three pointers. Zach Chionuma finished with 11 points. Bryant went 23 of 55 from the field (41.8%) and hit 10 of 25 three pointers (40%). They went to the line only 6 times and made 4 of those (66.7%) and committed 12 turnovers.

Yale (7-2) has a quick turnaround with a Friday night game against Connecticut (3-2) on the road. Bryant (1-4) travels to face another Ivy League opponent on Saturday in Brown (3-6).

 

Fairleigh Dickinson Uses 64 Point Second Half To Get By Princeton

Fairleigh Dickinson had two players score 22 points our more to outscore Princeton 89-85 in a shootout.

The first half was modest compared to what was in store for the second half. FDU led 10-6 before a 10-0 Princeton run gave them a 16-10 lead. FDU cut the lead to one point at 24-23, but a 9-2 run to end the half gave Princeton a 33-25 lead at the break.

Princeton maintained their advantage early in the second half. They led 53-43, but FDU went on a 9-0 run to cut it to one point. Shortly after that, FDU took the advantage and soon found themselves up by 11 points at 68-57 with 4:26 left to play. The margin was still 7 points at 79-72 with 55 seconds left to play. FDU went 12 for 12 in the final 55 seconds to hold on for the 89-85 victory.

Princeton had 5 players end up in double figures. Hans Brase had a double-double with 18 points and 13 rebounds as well as 5 assists. Spencer Weisz had 16 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists. Clay Wilson scored 15 points, Amir Bell had 12 points and 5 assists, and Steven Cook scored 11 points. The Tigers went 26 of 50 from the field (52%) and hit 13 of 28 three pointers (46.4%). They went 20 of 30 from the charity stripe (66.7%), out-rebounded FDU 32-29, had 17 assists, and committed 11 turnovers.

Fairleigh Dickinson was led by 29 points and 8 rebounds from Matt MacDonald on 8 of 12 shooting and 10 of 11 free throws. Mustafaa Jones had 22 points on 4 of 8 shooting and 11 of 12 free throws. Darian Anderson scored 17 points, 4 rebounds, and 4 steals. Earl Potts Jr. chipped in with 11 points on 4 of 4 shooting and was 2 of 2 from the perimeter. The Knights went 24 of 47 from the field (51.1%) and made 10 of 22 three pointers (45.5%). They hit 31 of their 41 free throws (75.6%), had 9 steals, and committed 9 turnovers.

Princeton (2-6) faces Stony Brook (5-3) at home on Saturday. Fairleigh Dickinson (3-3) travels on Saturday to face Notre Dame (7-1).

Ivy League Basketball Roundup: 11/25/2014

Harvard Dominates Houston

Wesley Saunders scored 24 points to lead the Harvard Crimson past Houston 84-63. The Crimson were efficient all evening long shooting over 50% from the field.

The Crimson asserted themselves by taking a 15-6 lead with over 12 minutes remaining in the first half. The usual suspects were in fine form for Harvard as they built up a 43-34 lead at the break. Saunders scored 12 points in the first half and grabbed 6 rebounds. Siyani Chambers had 8 points in the first half after scoring a total of 3 in his previous two games. The Crimson went 15 of 27 from the field (55.6%) and 10 of 10 from the free throw line. Eric Weary Jr.’s 14 first half points kept Houston within striking distance but they Cougars went just 11 of 34 in the first half (32.4%).

Saunders accounted for the first five points of the second half as the Crimson took a 48-34 lead just 38 seconds after the break. Steve Moundou-Missi had five points over the next few minutes and the Crimson held a 60-40 lead with 12:23 left in the game. Harvard continued to make shots while the Cougars could not cut into the deficit. The Crimson coasted home with an 84-63 win over the Cougars.

In that second half Houston was led by Cavon Baker with 8 points, but on a poor 2 of 7 shooting (he hit 3 of 3 free throws). Houston went 10 of 29 in the second half (34.5%) and 4 of 12 from beyond the arc (33.3%). They hit 5 of 6 free throws (83.3%) and kept their turnovers low with only 6.

Harvard was led by Saunders with another 12 points. Moundou-Missi scored 8 points and grabbed 7 rebounds with the team shooting 50% from the field (13 of 26). They went only 3 of 9 on three pointers (33.3%), but hit 12 of 16 free throws (75%).

For the game, Eric Weary Jr. scored 19 points and grabbed 5 boards while Danrad Knowles and Cavon Baker each had 11 points. The Cougars went 21 of 63 from the field (33.3%), 10 of 25 from beyond the arc (40%), and 11 of 17 from the charity stripe (64.7%).

Harvard ended up with 4 players in double figures. Wesley Saunders had 24 points and 10 rebounds, Steve Moundou-Missi had 14 points and 14 boards, Siyani Chambers scored 12 points and grabbed 5 rebounds, and Corbin Miller chipped in 12 points. The Crimson went 28 of 53 from the field (52.8%), 6 of 13 from three point range (46.2%), and 22 of 26 on free throws (84.6%). Harvard out-rebounded Houston 43-32, had 6 blocks, but committed 13 turnovers.

Houston (2-1) faces UT-Pan American (3-0) on Thursday, December 4 for their next game. Harvard (3-1) will face Massachusetts (4-1) on Saturday afternoon in an intriguing battle.

 

Temple Hangs On To Beat Penn

The Penn Quakers battled to the end, but ultimately came up short against their local rival Temple by a score of 76-67. Mark Williams had 24 points for Temple to lead the Owls to the victory. Penn’s Mike Auger was seen in a walking boot and did not play.

Temple got out to a quick start and held a 12-2 lead four and a half minutes into the game. Penn battled back and took an 18-17 lead after a 16-5 run. With the game deadlocked at 30, Josh Brown hit a three for Temple to take a 33-30 lead, which ignited the Owls to finish the first half on a 14-7 run to lead 44-37 at the break.

Penn was led by Tony Hicks‘ 15 first half points with Darien Nelson-Henry scoring 9 points and grabbing 5 rebounds. The Quakers went 11 of 30 from the field (36.7%), 13 of 15 from the free throw line (86.7%), but committed 11 turnovers. Mark Williams had 13 points in the first half while Quenton Decosey scored 10 points.

Temple expanded their lead to 52-41 in the opening minutes of the second half, but Penn responded with an 18-8 run to make it 60-59 with 9:44 left to play in the game. Penn continued to hang around and trailed 70-67 with 75 seconds left. However, the Quakers would not get another point and Temple hit 6 of their final 7 free throws to salt the game away.

Matt Howard led Penn in points during the second half with 10. Tony Hicks fouled out with over 6 minutes left to put a dent in Penn’s hopes to pull the upset. Greg Louis finished with 8 points on 3 rebounds. The Quakers hot much better in the second half going 12 of 23 from the field (52.2%), but were just 1 of 7 on three pointers (14.3%).

Mark Williams had 11 points in the second half to lead Temple, but he got help from Will Cummings who had 9 points. The Owls went 12 of 25 during the second half (48%) and were only 2 of 9 from beyond the arc (22.2%).

For the game, Tony Hicks was the leading scorer for Penn with 17 points. Matt Howard finished with 15 points and 6 rebounds and Darien Nelson-Henry had 12 points and 8 rebounds. The Quakers went 23 of 53 from the field (43.4%), 3 of 15 from beyond the arc (20%), and 18 of 22 from the free throw line (81.8%). Penn committed 19 turnovers and out-rebounded Temple 37-29.

Temple was led by Williams with 24 points and 5 rebounds. Will Cummings contributed with 16 points and 7 boards, Quenton Decosey had 14 points, and Josh Brown had 11 points. The Owls went 25 of 56 from the field (44.6%), hit only 6 of 24 threes (25%), and made 20 of 26 free throws (76.9%). The Owls had 14 assists and committed 11 turnovers.

 

Columbia Holds Fairleigh Dickson To 47 Points In Victory

It was another ugly performance for Columbia, but it resulted in something more important: a win. The Lions hit less than 32% of their shots in the 57-47 win over Fairleigh Dickinson.

It was an even contest for much of the first half. FDU took a 14-11 lead halfway through but the final 6 minutes were dominated by Columbia. Tied at 18 with 6:04 left, the Lions embarked on an 11-7 run to close out the first half with a 29-25 lead. Kyle Castlin scored 7 of the final 8 points for Columbia.

The second half began with Columbia taking a 34-25 lead before the Knights battle back to make it 34-33 in favor of Columbia. The Lions made it 40-33 with 14:05 left to play with both teams trading buckets after that. With the score at 43-41, Columbia went on a 9-2 run to take control of the game. From there, it was all about hitting their free throws, which they did. Columbia outscored FDU 28-22 in the second half to win 57-47.

FDU was led by Xavier Harris‘ 12 points on 6 of 7 shooting. He also grabbed 7 rebounds to lead the Knights in both points and boards for the game. Mustafaa Jones scored 11 points and Matt MacDonald had 10 points and 6 boards. The Knights went 16 of 44 for the game (36.4%) and hit only 3 of 18 three pointers (16.7%). They went an excellent 12 of 13 from the free throw line (92.3%) while committing 14 turnovers.

Kyle Castlin led Columbia in points, but not because of his shooting from the field. He went 2 of 6 from the floor, but hit 13 of his 14 free throw attempts to finish with 19 points. Maodo Lo had 12 points on 4 of 16 shooting (3 of 12 on three pointers) while Corey Osetkowski had 8 points and 4 rebounds. Isaac Cohen scored 6 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as well. The Lions went 14 of 44 from the field (31.8%) and hit 7 of 24 three pointers (29.2%). Columbia went 22 of 28 from the free throw line (78.6%) and committed 12 turnovers. The Lions out-rebounded the Knights 35-28.

Fairleigh Dickinson (2-2) takes on Lafayette (3-1) on Sunday. Columbia (3-1) stays home to play American (3-2) Saturday.