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Men’s new england roundup

N.E. men’s roundup: Holy Cross hits 10 3-pointers in win over Dartmouth

Justin Burrell scored 19 points, Phil Beans added 18, and Holy Cross hit 10 3-pointers in a 67-56 win over Dartmouth Saturday in Worcester.

Burrell was 3 for 3 and Beans 4 for 6 from long range for the Crusaders (6-4), who never trailed and led, 31-22, at halftime.

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After Holy Cross expanded the lead to 14 points, the Big Green (2-5) closed to 47-43 with 8:09 left on a Jvonte Brooks layup.

Burrell answered with a 3-pointer, then Brooks made another layup. After Beans and Dartmouth’s Alex Mitola exchanged 3-pointers, Dave Dudzinski scored 4 straight points as part of a 10-2 run to make it 63-50.

Brooks finished with 16 points and Mitola 15 for the Big Green.

Bryant 78, Binghamton 56 — In Smithfield, R.I., Dyami Starks scored all of his 25 points in the first half and the Bulldogs (5-3) started fast in beating the Bearcats for their fifth win in their last six games.

Starks hit 9 of 14 shots, including six 3-pointers for Bryant. Corey Maynard added 12 points, 8 rebounds, and 5 assists. Jordan Reed scored 15 points to lead Binghamton (2-8).

Vermont 53, Quinnipiac 46 — Brian Voelkel recorded a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds and Trey Blue added 13 points off the bench to lead the Catamounts (5-3) past the host Bobcats (3-5).

After two free throws by Jamee Jackson cut Quinnipiac’s deficit to 35-34 with 5:58 remaining, Vermont took control with a 12-4 burst to take a 47-38 lead with 1:32 left.

New Hampshire 64, Yale 56 — Ferg Myrick posted a career-high 24 points and pulled down 11 rebounds to lead the host Wildcats (4-5) over the Bulldogs (3-7).

Patrick Konan had 14 points and Chris Pelcher added 11 for New Hampshire, which never trailed. Jeremiah Kreisberg led Yale with 14 points.

Franklin Pierce 73, UMass-Lowell 68 — Akeem Williams scored 24 points for the River Hawks (6-4, 4-2 Northeast-10) but the host Ravens, ranked 15th in Division 2, used a 21-7 edge in free throws to earn the win. Ryan Vilmont scored 18 points and Georgios Papapetrou added 14 points and 10 rebounds for Franklin Pierce (7-1, 5-1).

Bentley 73, Stonehill 66 — Freshman Tyler McFarland scored a career-high 22 points and the host Falcons (4-4, 2-3 NE-10) scored the final 8 points to edge the Skyhawks (3-4, 2-4).

Raheem May-Thompson scored 21 points to lead Stonehill, which has lost four of five after cracking the Division 2 Top 25 following a 2-0 start.

Middlebury 74, Skidmore 53 — Peter Lynch led a balanced attack with 16 points and Nolan Thompson added 15 points and 11 boards as the host Panthers, ranked third in Division 3, pulled away in the second half to improve to 7-0.

Amherst 76, Brandeis 64 — Aaron Toomey scored 12 points to become the 25th Amherst player to top 1,000 points and the host Lord Jeffs (7-2), ranked 10th in Division 3, beat the Judges (7-2) for the 14th time in their last 18 meetings.

Eastern Conn. 76, R.I. College 68 — Mike Garrow scored 22 points and the visiting Warriors (6-2, 1-1 Little East) pulled away in the second half to surprise the Anchormen (7-2, 1-1), who are ranked 14th in Division 3. Tahrike Carter scored 22 to pace Rhode Island College.

Clark 80, Endicott 74 — Lance Greene scored a season-high 22 points to become the ninth player to top 1,000 points for the Gulls (4-2) but it wasn’t enough to beat the host Cougars (5-3), who were led by D.J. Bailey’s career-best 29 points.

WPI 78, Fitchburg State 75 — Freshman Aaron Davis sank a 3-pointer at the buzzer, and the visiting Engineers got past the Falcons (4-3) to run their record to 10-0, the team’s best start since 2005-06.

Keene State 80, UMass-Boston 76 — Ryan Martin scored 19 points to reach 1,000 for his career and the host Owls (4-3, 2-0 Little East) rallied past the Beacons (5-4, 1-1).

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