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M. Basketball. Patriot League Men’s Basketball Weekend Recap – 12.21.14

Dec. 21, 2014

CENTER VALLEY, Pa. – Four Patriot League men’s basketball teams posted wins over the weekend, with the three victories against Division I opponents all coming in thrilling fashion.

Lehigh (5-5) earned the marquee win of the weekend as the Mountain Hawks posted an 84-81 triumph in triple overtime at Arizona State. Kahron Ross had a school record 14 assists as well as 15 points and Lehigh held off the Sun Devils in the third overtime for the second win in a week for a Patriot League school against a Pac-12 opponent.

American (7-4) posted a 46-45 win over Mount St. Mary’s as Pee Wee Gardner scored the winning bucket with 0.5 seconds remaining, while Mo Williams scored the final seven points to lift Army (8-2) to a 72-69 overtime win against Maine. Bucknell (5-6) defeated Case Western 88-65 on Friday as all three Patriot League hosts won over the weekend.

Four teams fell on the road, with Lafayette (7-3) having its four-game win streak snapped in a 96-69 loss at No. 10 Kansas and Boston University (3-7) falling 78-62 at Dayton on Saturday while Loyola (3-7) lost 67-52 at Stony Brook and Holy Cross (5-4) dropped a 67-48 final at Canisius on Sunday.

Recaps and box scores from the weekend are available at the Patriot League men’s basketball composite schedule. Notes on the contests are included below.

Patriot League Men’s Basketball Notes – Dec. 19-21
*Kahron Ross had 15 points and a school-record 14 assists while Tim Kempton had 16 points and 11 rebounds in Lehigh’s triple OT win at Arizona State.
*The Mountain Hawks led by 14 points in the second half, but ASU battled back and tied the score at 64-64 with 53 seconds left. Both teams missed shots in the final 30 seconds as the game went to overtime.
*Arizona State scored the first four points of the first overtime, but Lehigh had the last four and tied the score at 68-68 on a layup by Austin Price with 1:04 left. Again, both teams missed chances to go ahead in the last minute.
*Lehigh played from behind again in the second overtime, but evened the score at 75-75 on a jumper by Ross with nine seconds to play.
*The Mountain Hawks took an 81-78 lead on baskets by Ross and Justin Goldsborough in the third overtime, and held on for the win as ASU missed four chances to tie in the final 30 seconds.
*Lehigh beat its second major conference opponent of the year after also winning at DePaul last month.
*It was the second straight win against a Pac-12 team as Army beat USC in overtime last Saturday.
*Pee Wee Gardner hit a layup with 0.5 seconds left to send American to a 46-45 win over Mount St. Mary’s.
*Gardner led the Eagles with 17 points, while Jesse Reed added 10.
*Mo Williams scored Army’s last seven points, including a go-ahead three-pointer with 57 seconds left in overtime, to lift the Black Knights to a 72-69 win over Maine.
*Williams went 4-for-4 at the free throw line in the final 20 seconds, each time hitting a pair to build Army’s lead to three points.
*Tanner Plomb had 20 points and 13 rebounds for the Black Knights, and hit the game-tying shot with 1:07 left in regulation.
*Chris Hass scored 19 points while John Azzinaro added 15 in Bucknell’s win over Case Western, with the duo combining for 10 of the Bison’s 13 three-pointers.
*Lafayette was down by just seven with 11:40 left at Kansas before the Jayhawks pulled away for the 27-point win.
*Seth Hinrichs led four Leopards in double figures with 15 points, and added team highs of seven rebounds and five assists.
*Cedric Hankerson had 25 points while Nathan Dieudonne had a double-double of 16 points and 11 rebounds for Boston University, but Dayton pulled away with a 14-3 stretch to close the game.
*Cam Gregory led Loyola with 14 points and seven rebounds, while Cullen Hamilton had 10 points to lead Holy Cross.

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