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Moore sets record, North Florida beats Jacksonville in ASUN

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) Dallas Moore scored 37 points to set the conference single-season scoring record of 775 and No. 3 North Florida beat sixth-seed Jacksonville 77-74 in Monday night's Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament quarterfinals.

Moore, named ASUN Player of the Year on Sunday, hit back-to-back 3s and North Florida (14-18) opened the second half with a 12-4 run to lead 44-35. Chris Davenport's layup with 10:11 to play put North Florida up 55-43. The Dolphins twice closed to within a point and trailed 72-71 on Darien Fernandez's 3-pointer with 15 seconds left.

Garrett Sams hit two from the line and Fernandez missed a 3 at the buzzer.

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Leaders
Points: J. Holder17.7
Rebounds: D. Fernandez4.4
Assists: D. Fernandez3.7
FG%: J. Holder51.4%
FT%: D. Fernandez74.1%
3P%: T. Rubio48.9%
Steals: D. Fernandez2.4
Blocks: A. Clayton0.6
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Villanova32-4
2 Gonzaga37-2
3 Kansas31-5
4 Arizona32-5
5 North Carolina33-7
6 Kentucky32-6
7 Duke28-9
8 UCLA31-5
9 Oregon33-6
10 Louisville25-9
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 North Carolina33-7
2 Gonzaga37-2
3 Oregon33-6
4 Kansas31-5
5 Kentucky32-6
6 South Carolina26-11
7 Arizona32-5
8 Villanova32-4
9 UCLA31-5
10 Florida27-9
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Atlantic Sun Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
Jacksonville 0-0 0-0
North Florida 0-0 0-0
FGCU 0-0 0-0
Kennesaw State 0-0 0-0
Lipscomb 0-0 0-0
USC Upstate 0-0 0-0
NJIT 0-0 0-0
Stetson 0-0 0-0
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