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Only 5 Brits in action last night, but it didnt’ stop a couple of big games, in particular Justin Robinson, read on for more…
Ben Mockford (6′2, 170lbs, G, Freshman, Shoreham-by-Sea) Iona Gaels
Iona hit two free throws with 6 seconds left, to squeeze past Saint Peter’s 49-48 on Sunday. Ben Mockford played his third highest minutes total all season (13) but struggled going 0/2 from the field (0/1 threes) finishing with an empty statline.
Iona is now 21-9 (12-6 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference), winning three of four, and has now wrapped up the No. 3 seed for the conference tournament.
Danny Carter (6′9, 210lbs, C, Sophomore, Windsor) Stony Brook Seawolves
New Hampshire got a 77-55 victory over America East Conference regular-season champion Stony Brook on Sunday, who are already the No. 1 seed for the conference tournament, which begins March 4. Danny Carter got 14 minutes off the bench, going 1/2 from the field, for 2 points and adding 3 rebounds.
The Seawolves are 21-8 (13-3 Am. East).
Justin Robinson (6′2, 190lbs, G, Junior, London) Rider Broncs
Rider scored the game’s final 18 points to take an 86-70 win over Canisius on Sunday, in the regular season finale for both teams. Justin Robinson went off finishing with a career high 27 points on a blistering 8/10 field goal shooting (5/5 threes) and 6/6 at the line. He added 2 rebounds, 3 assists and 1 block.
The Broncs finished the regular season 16-15 (9-9 Metro Atlantic Athletic Association).
Paul Guede (6′5, 205lbs, G/F, Junior, London) Portland State Vikings
Portland State secured an 84-79 victory over Weber State on Sunday in the final Big Sky game of the regular season. Guede got 22 minutes, finishing with 5 points (2/5 field goas, 1/3 threes), 4 rebounds and 2 blocks.
The Vikings are 12-17 (7-9 Big Sky).
Shane Walker (6′10, 211lbs, F, Sophomore, Northampton) Loyola (Md.) Greyhounds
Loyola (Md.) got past Manhattan 71-59 on Sunday, snappingd a four-game losing streak and earning the No. 8 seed in the conference tournament on March 5. Shane Walker had a nice game for the Greyhounds, getting 28 minutes in the starting spot, finishing with 14 rebounds to go along with 5 points (1/5 from the floor, 0/2 threes, 3/4 at the line), 1 assist, 2 steals and 2 blocks.
Loyola are now 13-16 (6-12 Metro Atlantic Athletic Association).
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