Thursday, November 26, 2015

Upsets highlight A-10 play

Here’s a glimpse of what happened Saturday in Atlantic Ten games not involving Big Five teams.

Upsets highlight A-10 play


Here’s a glimpse of what happened Saturday in Atlantic Ten games not involving Big Five teams.

Rhode Island 64, Saint Louis 62

Orion Outerbridge finished with 18 points and three blocked shots to lead the Rams to an upset victory.

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

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George Washington 56, Duquesne 51

David Pellom recorded his third straight double-double as the Colonials beat the Dukes for the first time in five seasons.

Click here to read The Washington Post's game coverage.

St. Bonaventure 72, Charlotte 56

Andrew Nicholson tallies 25 points and 11 rebounds as the Bonnies cruised to victory.

Click here to read the Charlotte Observer's game coverage.

Dayton 76, Massachusetts 43

The Flyers jump out to an early double-digit lead an never look back in a shocking upset.

Click here to read the Dayton Daily News' game coverage.

Xavier 65, Richmond 57

Kenny Frease finished with a season-high 19 points and 14 rebounds as the Musketeers hold off the Spiders' rally.

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

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