College basketball roundup

COLLEGE BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: No. 25 Green Bay women rout Valparaiso

2013-02-23T20:45:00Z 2013-02-23T22:59:03Z COLLEGE BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: No. 25 Green Bay women rout ValparaisoThe Associated Press The Associated Press
February 23, 2013 8:45 pm  • 

Megan Lukan scored 22 points and No. 25 Green Bay defeated Valparaiso 80-38 on Saturday to win its 17th game in a row.

Sarah Eichler scored 13 and Breannah Ranger had 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Phoenix (22-2, 12-0 Horizon), who last lost on Dec. 5 at Central Michigan.

Green Bay never trailed, led 39-13 at halftime and shot 48 percent in the game. All 11 Green Bay players who participated scored in the game.

Shaquira Scott led the Crusaders (9-16, 4-8) with nine points. Valparaiso made just three field goals in the first half, shooting 10 percent. The Crusaders finished at 21 percent from the field.

 

Men

Wake Forest 80, No. 2 Miami 65: C.J. Harris scored 23 points and Wake Forest (12-14, 5-9 Atlantic Coast Conference) beat Miami to snap the Hurricanes' 14-game winning streak.

Durand Scott had all 17 of his points in the second half for the Hurricanes (22-4, 13-1).

Indiana St. 65, Iona 64: Dawon Cummings' layup with 4 seconds to play gave Indiana State a victory over Iona (15-13).

RJ Mahurin scored 16 points to lead the Sycamores (17-11), who snapped a three-game losing streak sustained in Missouri Valley Conference play. Cummings scored 13 points, Manny Arop had 10 points and 12 rebounds and Jake Odum contributed 10 points and seven assists.

Ball State 85, Southeast Missouri 82: Jauwan Scaife sank a 3-pointer as time expired, capping a wild final minute and giving Ball State (11-14) an a victory over BracketBusters foe Southeast Missouri (14-15) in the first-ever meeting between the schools. Scaife had 18 points, and Marcus Posley added 15 points for Ball State.

Evansville 70, Wright State 58: Colt Ryan scored 21 points and Evansville (16-13) led throughout a victory over Wright State (18-10).

Ryan's 21 points included 8-of-19 shooting from the floor. Two teammates came off the bench to score in double figures. D.J. Balentine had 18 points on 7-of-12 shooting, 4 of 7 from 3-point range. Lewis Jones chipped in 10 points.

Milwaukee 95, IUPUI 88, 2OT: Jordan Aaron scored 28 points, hitting seven of his team's 13 3-pointers, and dished out six assists to lead Milwaukee to a BracketBuster victory over IUPUI in double overtime.

With his club down 88-86 with 2:41 to play in the second overtime, Austin Arians hit a jumper to tie it at 88 and was fouled by P.J. Hubert in the process. Arians stepped to the line and converted the three-point play to give the Pathers (8-22) a 89-88 lead and they never trailed again.

Greg Rice led IUPUI (6-23) with 23 points, seven rebounds and three assists. Sean Esposito had 22 points, seven rebounds and seven assists and Donovan Gibbs had only nine points but grabbed 15 rebounds and dished out five assists.

IUPUI has lost 13 straight.

Cent. Arkansas 80, SIU-Edwardsville 78: LaQuentin Miles scored 20 points, including 10 of Central Arkansas' final 11 points, and the Bears (10-16) held on to beat Southern Illinois-Edwardsville. Johnson led SIU-Edwardsville (9-16) with 22 points.

Bradley 63, Ill.-Chicago 62: Jake Eastman's basket with nine-tenths of a second to play Saturday gave Bradley a victory over Illinois-Chicago.

Walt Lemon Jr. led the Braves (16-13) with 22 points.

Gary Talton's basket with 37 seconds to play had given the Flames (15-13) a 62-61 lead.

Kent State 70, Loyola 63: Chris Evans scored 16 points and pulled down 10 rebounds in Kent State's victory over BracketBusters foe Loyola.

Kris Brewer added 14 points and was 3 of 3 from the 3-point line for the Golden Flashes (15-12), who also got 13 from Randal Holt and 12 from Darren Goodson.

Christian Thomas led the Ramblers (14-14) with a career-high 31 points and 11 rebounds.

Eastern Illinois 59, Northern Illinois 47: Morris Woods had 18 points on 7-of-10 shooting, grabbed six rebounds and Eastern Illinois held off Northern Illinois for a BracketBuster victory.

Eastern Illinois (9-20) led 27-25 at halftime but used an 11-2 run to begin the second half capped off by Alex Austin's 3-pointer with 16:07 to go and the Panthers never looked back.

Abdel Nader led all scorers for Northern Illinois (5-20) with 17 points and pulled seven rebounds.

Cent. Arkansas 80, SIU-Edwardsville 78: LaQuentin Miles scored 20 points, including 10 of Central Arkansas' final 11 points, and the Bears (10-16) held on to beat Southern Illinois-Edwardsville.

Johnson led SIU-Edwardsville (9-16) with 22 points. Mark Yelovich scored 20, and Kris Davis and Michael Messer scored 15 apiece. The Cougars have lost three in a row and are 1-11 on the road.

IPFW 88, Bowling Green 75: Frank Gaines scored 26 points to become IPFW's all-time scoring leader in a victory over BracketBusters foe Bowling Green (11-16).

Gaines was 8 of 14 from the field for the Mastodons (14-16), who won their fourth straight. Gaines finished the night with 1,773 career points, moving him past Sean Gibson, who played from 1989-93, into IPFW's top spot.

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