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N.E. MEN'S BASKETBALL ROUNDUP

Big Green slip by Wildcats

Mike Lang had a career-high 25 points, including the go-ahead jumper with 1:16 remaining, to lift Dartmouth to a 69-67 nonconference victory over New Hampshire last night in Hanover, N.H. Lang's basket broke a 66-66 tie. Dartmouth (3-3) then fouled the Wildcats' Jermaine Anderson, who hit one of two free throws to make it 68-67 with 54 seconds left. A Big Green turnover gave New Hampshire a chance at the lead, but Brandon Odom missed a 3-pointer with nine seconds left.

Calvin Arnold grabbed the rebound for Dartmouth, then made the first of two free throws five seconds later. Odom missed a final 3-point try for the Wildcats (4-4) at the buzzer.

Wichita St. 90, Providence 86 -- The Shockers (5-0) slipped past the host Friars (5-4) when Randy Burns (24 points) sank four free throws in the final five seconds.

Morgan St. 71, Maine 63 -- Ronald Timus had a game-high 19 points for the host Bears (3-6), who forced the Black Bears (4-3) into 27 turnovers.

Hartford 74, Long Island 60 -- Bo Taylor (17 points) was among four players reaching double figures for the Hawks (2-3) in West Hartford.

Rutgers 72, URI 58 -- The visiting Rams (2-6) were done in by 19 percent shooting in the first half and Quincy Douby's 21 points for the Scarlet Knights (3-3).

Drexel 66, Quinnipiac 59 -- At Philadelphia, Jeremiah King and Chaz Crawford each had 14 points for the Dragons (3-3), who pulled away from the Bobcats (4-3) with a late 12-0 run.

Fordham 84, Fairfield 68 -- Freshman Bryant Dunston scored 24 points and the host Rams (3-3) used a 31-0 run spanning both halves to rout the Stags (4-4).

Davidson 69, Brandeis 49 -- At Davidson, N.C., Logan Kosmalski (17 points) scored the first 11 points of the game and the Division 1 Wildcats (4-4) broke a five-game winning streak by the Division 3 Judges (6-3).

Southern N.H. 64, UMass-Lowell 54 -- P.J. Young scored 11 of his 19 points in the second half and the Penmen (5-1, 4-1 Northeast-10) forced 26 turnovers by the visiting River Hawks (4-4, 3-4).

Merrimack 74, AIC 59 -- Bobby Murgo and Basil Wajd scored 14 points apiece and the Warriors (7-2, 4-1 NE-10) built some breathing room in Springfield with a 10-0 run to close the first half.

Pace 83, St. Michael's 77 -- The host Setters (5-2, 3-2 NE-10) relied on their bench, receiving a combined 46 points from Oneil Morgan, Maurice Douglas, and Desmond Quincy-Jones.

UMass-Boston 86, Keene St. 78 -- Alberto Paniagua's 18 points paced four double-figure scorers for the host Beacons (5-5, 2-0 Little East), who broke a 15-game losing streak to the Owls (5-3, 1-1).

R.I. College 83, Eastern Conn. 78 -- The Anchormen (6-3, 1-1 Little East) rallied from a 5-point halftime deficit in Willimantic, Conn., as Kamari Williams finished with 19 points.

Western Conn. 64, Southern Maine 58 -- Greg Cole and Kyle Norfleet each scored 14 points and the Colonials (5-1, 1-1 Little East) rode a 21-point halftime lead to the home win.

Plymouth St. 85, UMass-Dartmouth 84 -- The visiting Panthers (5-3, 2-0 Little East) and Nick Pelotte (23 points) raced to a 11-point halftime lead before repelling the Corsairs.

Emmanuel 91, Albertus Magnus 81 -- Thirteen players scored for the visiting Saints (4-2, 2-0 Great Northeast), led by Keven James's 15 points. Tim Russell pumped in 40 points for the Falcons.

WNEC 70, Daniel Webster 56 -- Anthony Charbatji had 17 of his 22 points in the second half in the third straight win for the host Golden Bears (5-3, 2-0 Great Northeast).

Amherst 69, Colby-Sawyer 60 -- John Casnocha and Andrew Schiel each scored 18 points as the host Lord Jeffs, ranked sixth in Division 3, improved to 7-0.

Springfield 89, Williams 79 -- Kyle Martin's 19 points and 11 rebounds enabled the Pride (7-1) to knock off the Ephs (8-1), No. 7 in Division 3, in Springfield.

Wheaton 94, Bridgewater St. 77 -- The host Lyons (7-2), led by Sean Kelly (17 points, 11 assists), overcame a 29-point effort by the Bears' Peter Santos, who reached the 1,000-point milestone.

Salem St. 74, Gordon 64 -- Ifesinachi Anosike powered his way to 17 points and 19 rebounds to help the visiting Vikings (8-1) bounce back from their first loss.

Bates 74, Husson 69 -- Brian Gerrity (9 points) eclipsed 1,000 points in his career in helping the Bobcats (9-1) hang on in Lewiston, Maine.

Colby 82, Bowdoin 64 -- Andrew Jenkins had 26 points for the White Mules (7-1), who held the Polar Bears to 26 second-half points in Brunswick, Maine.

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