NCAA Basketball

UMBC Retrievers (18-10)


Sun. 2/12 Wed. 2/15 Sat. 2/18 Wed. 2/22 Sat. 2/25
vs. Ver 
L 74-77
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@ Albany 
L 69-78
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vs. MA-Low 
W 108-102
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vs. StnyBr 
W 65-52
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@ UNH 
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UMBC upsets Stony Brook, 65-52; faces New Hampshire Saturday

BALTIMORE (AP) Jairus Lyles and Joe Sherburne each scored 13 points and Maryland-Baltimore County posted a wire-to-wire win over Stony Brook in an America East Conference battle Wednesday night.

Stony Brook (17-11, 12-3) already clinched the No. 2 seed into the conference tournament. UMBC (18-10, 9-6) remains tied with New Hampshire for the No. 3 seed and the teams meet Saturday in the regular season finale.

UMBC got off to a fast start, taking a 9-0 lead and extending it into a 36-21 halftime advantage.

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Leaders
Points: J. Lyles18.6
Rebounds: J. Lyles6.5
Assists: K. Maura4.4
FG%: W. Darley49.8%
FT%: W. Darley88.4%
3P%: J. Sherburne48.4%
Steals: J. Lyles1.8
Blocks: N. Gerrity0.9
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Gonzaga29-0
2 Villanova26-3
3 Kansas25-3
4 Arizona26-3
5 UCLA25-3
6 Oregon25-4
7 Louisville22-6
8 North Carolina24-5
9 Baylor23-5
10 Duke22-6
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Gonzaga29-0
2 Villanova26-3
3 Kansas25-3
4 Arizona26-3
5 UCLA25-3
6 Louisville22-6
7 Oregon25-4
8 North Carolina24-5
9 Baylor23-5
10 Kentucky23-5
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America East Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
Vermont 15-0 25-5
Stony Brook 12-3 17-11
UMBC 9-6 18-10
New Hampshire 9-6 18-11
Albany 9-6 18-12
Massachusetts-Lowell 5-11 11-20
Hartford 4-11 9-21
Binghamton 3-12 12-18
Maine 2-13 6-24
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 81.7 (23)
Rebounds: 9.4 (267)
Assists: 15.0 (87)
FG%: 47.2% (48)
FT%: 73.4% (75)
3P%: 40.9% (8)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 76.7 (279)
Rebounds: 25.8 (138)
Assists: 13.6 (214)
FG%: 45.0% (237)
FT%: 73.6% (327)
3P%: 35.0% (186)
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