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Maine answers the call in OT against URI

From Staff And Wire Reports / December 5, 2011
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Alasdair Fraser scored 23 points and Justin Edwards added 21 as Maine edged Rhode Island, 76-74, in overtime in a nonconference game yesterday at Kingston, R.I.

Raheem Singleton hit two free throws for the Black Bears (3-2) to break a 74-74 tie in overtime, and Rhode Island’s Mike Powell, whose 3-pointer forced overtime, missed shots with 51 seconds left and at the buzzer.

Maine was 0 of 5 from the field in overtime, getting its other 2 points on free throws by Edwards. The Rams (1-7) shot 1 of 7 from the field in overtime, getting a basket from Nikola Malesevic that tied it at 74.

Baylor 69, Northwestern 41 - Quincy Acy and Pierre Jackson each had 16 points as the No. 7 Bears (7-0) had four players in double figures in drubbing the host Wildcats (7-1).

Wichita St. 89, UNLV 70 - Joe Ragland scored 19 of his 31 points in the first half and the host Shockers (5-2) stunned the No. 18 Runnin’ Rebels (8-1).

Women’s basketball

Dayton 69, BC 60 - Justine Raterman had 21 points and Andrea Hoover added 13 and 5 rebounds and the host Flyers (4-3) reeled off an 11-0 run midway through the second half that doomed the Eagles (2-4).

BC was led by Kristen Doherty (12 points, 5 rebounds) and Shayra Brown (11 points, 5 rebounds).

Va. Commonwealth 67, NU 60 - Despite a 21-point effort by Jewel Tunstall, the visiting Huskies (1-7, 0-1 CAA) could not stop the Rams (4-3, 1-0) or Andrea Barbour (23 points).

Baylor 89, Minnesota 60 - Brittney Griner scored 20 points and grabbed nine rebounds and Odyssey Sims added 15 points to help the No. 1 Lady Bears (8-0) crush the host Gophers (4-5).

Notre Dame 76, Creighton 48 - Natalie Achonwa scored a career-high 20 points as the No. 3 Irish (7-1) forged a 30-point lead at the half and rolled over the host Bluejays (4-3).

Purdue 60, Texas A&M 51 - At West Lafayette, Ind., Courtney Moses scored 15 points and Brittany Rayburn added 14 to help the No. 13 Boilermakers (7-1) upset the No. 4 Aggies (6-1).

Maryland 76, American 42 - Alyssa Thomas scored 15 of her 17 points in the first half and the No. 6 Terrapins (9-0) cruised past the visiting Eagles (5-4), who are 1-16 all-time against Maryland.

Duke 92, Pittsburgh 43 - Chelsea Gray had 14 points, a school-record 13 assists, and 11 rebounds as the No. 7 Blue Devils (6-1) rolled over the visiting Panthers (4-4).

Tennessee 73, Texas 57 - Vicki Baugh scored 17 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to spark the eighth-ranked Volunteers (4-2) past the No. 21 Longhorns (5-2) at Knoxville, Tenn.

Kentucky 74, Louisville 54 - A’dia Mathies scored 20 points and the No. 12 Wildcats (8-0) used a 15-3 first-half run to knock off the No. 10 Cardinals (7-2) at Lexington, Ky.

Women’s hockey

BU 2, Providence 1 - Kayla Tutino and Jill Cardella scored in the final five minutes and Kerrin Sperry made 25 saves to give the seventh-ranked Terriers (10-8-1, 5-3-0) a come-from-behind Hockey East victory over the visiting Friars (8-9-3, 6-4-1).

BC 1, Maine 0 - Blake Bolden found the net at 18:32 of the third period to help the No. 4 Eagles (12-4-1, 7-2-1 Hockey East) escape with a win over the host Black Bears (9-7-4, 4-5-1).

Northeastern 5, UNH 1 - Casey Pickett and Kendall Coyne each had a goal and an assist to lift the 10th-ranked Huskies (12-4-1, 7-2-1 Hockey East) past the visiting Wildcats (6-10-3, 0-6-2).

Women’s soccer

NCAA championship - Teresa Noyola scored from point-blank range in the 53d minute to give top-ranked Stanford (25-0-1) a 1-0 victory over No. 3 Duke (22-4-1) at Kennesaw, Ga., earning the Cardinal their first women’s soccer title.

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