Saturday, July 4, 2015

Billikens remain in hot pursuit of Owls

Here's a glimpse of what happened Saturday in the Atlantic Ten games involving non-Big Five teams.

Billikens remain in hot pursuit of Owls


Here's a glimpse of what happened Saturday in the Atlantic Ten games involving non-Big Five teams.

Xavier 86, Dayton 83 in overtime

Tu Holloway scored 32 points to lead the Musketeers to their 27 straight victory over the Flyers in Cincinnati.

Click here to read the Cincinnati Enquirer's game coverage.

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St. Louis 66, Fordham 46

Cody Ellis finishes with 20 points, six rebounds and two steals as the Billikens remain a 1/2 game behind Temple in the A-10 standings win the victory.

Click here to read the St. Louis Post-Dispatch's game coverage.

Richmond 53, Charlotte 52

Cedric Lindsay's late jumper enabled the Spiders to avenge last month's setback to the 49ers.

Click here to read the Richmond Times-Dispatch's game coverage.

St. Bonaventure 81, Rhode Island 61

Andrew Nicholson finished with 32 points and 13 rebounds as the Bonnies dismantled the struggling Rams.

Click here to read the Buffalo News' game coverage.

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