St. Francis, NY scores 73-62 win over FDU
TEANECK, N.J. (AP)—Jamaal Womack had 24 points—including four 3-pointers— to lead St. Francis of New York to a 73-62 win over Fairleigh Dickinson on Saturday night.
Ricky Cadell added 19 points and Stefan Perunicic had 11 for the Terriers (7-14, 5-6 in Northeast Conference). Alvin Mofunanya scored 18 points for the Knights (4-17, 4-7), while Cameron Tyler added 14 and Sean Baptiste finished with nine points and 10 rebounds.
The teams traded baskets early on, but the Terriers took command with a 12-2 run midway through the first half and led 38-27 at the break.
St. Francis then maintained double-digit leads for most of the second half, leading by as many as 19 points before FDU tried to rally late. Mofunanya’s layup with 5:14 left cut the lead to 59-50, but the Terriers then pulled away again with an 8-0 run that featured two of Womack’s 3-pointers.
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