Results from this weekend’s action in Atlantic 10 men’s basketball.
One predictable development and one not as predictable flowed out of Richmond’s 101-90 NBA-ish win over Duquesne Saturday night at the sold-out Robins Center. READ MORE.
Video courtesy of Richmond athletics.
George Mason 76
In the moments after the ball left C.J. Anderson’s hand and before it reached its final destination, the 4,261 fans at the Mullins Center and UMass and George Mason players and coaches all watched it’s arc in nervous anticipation. READ MORE.
Video courtesy of UMass Athletics.
La Salle 72
Saint Joseph’s 73
With 35.3 seconds remaining the Hawks inbounded to Kimble, who took it to the right elbow and pulled up for the winning jumper to end the Hawks’ four-game Atlantic 10 losing streak. READ MORE.
Video courtesy of Saint Joseph’s athletics.
St. Bonaventure 59
Rhode Island 71
This type of game has slipped away from Rhode Island in the past.St. Bonaventure was making a run late in the second half on Saturday afternoon at the Ryan Center, and a familiar feeling was beginning to grip the 6,757 on hand. READ MORE.
or from the Bona perspective-
The pronounced offensive struggles, the inability to score inside, the 15-point second-half deficit …For a brief moment, all of it — everything that had gone wrong for the St. Bonaventure men’s basketball team — was an afterthought. READ MORE.
Saint Louis 55
George Washington 63
Behind Patrick Steeves’ 11 points after the intermission on 5-of-6 shooting, the Colonials stormed out of the halftime break and outscored the Billikens 40-26 in the second stanza. READ MORE.
In addition to Jack Gibbs and Peyton Aldridge scoring 28 points each, Davidson drilled 17 3-pointers and handed out 23 assists on 26 baskets as the Wildcats cruised past Fordham. READ MORE.
Samir Doughty, fumbling the ball all the way to the basket, threw up a shot that hit the underside of the rim with less than a minute left in the game. Justin Tillman, as he did pretty much all game, was there to grab it and put it in the basket. READ MORE.
Video courtesy of VCU athletics.