Loyola Md. beats UC Davis, 95-89
DAVIS, Calif. (AP)—Jamal Barney had 23 points and seven rebounds to lead Loyola College past UC Davis, 95-89, on Sunday.
Marquis Sullivan had 20 points and Isaac Reid added 17 points and 14 rebounds for the Loyola College Greyhounds (4-7).
Joe Harden’s 20, Dominic Calegari’s 18, and Mark Payne’s 16 points led the UC Davis Aggies (4-8), who are 0-2 against the East Coast team from Baltimore, Md.
The Greyhounds made 7 of 14 3-pointers and 11 of 13 free throws in the first half to command a 44-39 halftime lead. Barney scored 15 points in the first half.
The Aggies made 9 of 32 shots from the field in the first half, but connected on 18 of 20 shots from the free-throw line.
The Greyhounds led by as many as eight points early in the second half before the Aggies went on a 21-10 run, capped with a 3-point shot by Adam Malik to roll past Loyola 63-60 with 9:18 to play.
Tied 66-66, the Greyhounds took the lead back, and then increased their margin to 84-77 on two free throws by Reid at the 2:27 mark, and were never threatened again.
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