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February 13, 1997 | Daily News Wire Services
Second-ranked Wake Forest shot 33 percent, had 15 turnovers and was outrebounded by a smaller team, and coach Dave Odom was all smiles. "I guess I've been in tougher wins, tougher games, but I can't remember one," Odom said after the Demon Deacons held off No. 7 Clemson, 55-49, at home. "To be able to hold on and win that game is truly amazing. " Wake Forest held Clemson to just one field goal in a span of 18 minutes, but still needed 18 points and 16 rebounds from Tim Duncan to defeat the Tigers for the 12th time in 15 games.
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November 24, 2012 | The Inquirer Staff
Tim Hardaway Jr. scored 23 points Friday night to power No. 4 Michigan to a 71-57 victory over Kansas State in the final of the NIT Season Tip-Off at New York's Madison Square Garden. Glenn Robinson III had 12 rebounds, and Trey Burke and Jon Horford had 10 points apiece for the Wolverines (5-0). Hardaway made 10 of 15 shots from the field before he was kneed in the head with less than four minutes left. He returned to the bench in time to celebrate with the rest of his team and collect the tournament MVP award.
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November 17, 2008 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Kyle Singler hit two free throws with 19.4 seconds left to help No. 8 Duke rally past Rhode Island, 82-79, yesterday in Durham, N.C. Jon Scheyer scored 23 points, and Singler finished with 21 points for the Blue Devils (3-0), who fell behind by 12 early and trailed for most of the way. Michigan State 100, Idaho 62 - Chris Allen scored a career-high 21, leading No. 6 Michigan State to a season-opening win in East Lansing, Mich. The Spartans' Raymar Morgan also scored 21 points, and Kalin Lucas had 13 points and nine assists.
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December 20, 2001 | Daily News Wire Services
If Maurice Baker ever puts together a complete game, he'll score 44 points. Baker scored 22 points last night, all in the second half, and No. 6 Oklahoma State withstood a second-half rally for a 62-50 victory last night at Missouri-Kansas City. In the Cowboys' previous game, a 79-44 pounding of Northwestern State, he scored all 22 of his points in the first half. "Mo is like a heat radiator - push the button and he gets hot," teammate Victor Williams said. The Cowboys (11-0)
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June 20, 2000 | By Mike Jensen, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
When Dean Demopoulos got on the plane for Kansas City, Mo., on Sunday, he understood the landscape he was entering. He knew that his predecessor as coach at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Bob Sundvold, who was fired last month, had lots friends in town. So Demopoulos knew he couldn't act as blustery on his first day as his longtime boss, Temple coach John Chaney, often does. "What happened here is in the past," Demopoulos said yesterday at a news conference introducing him as the school's new basketball coach.
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October 31, 1996 | by Dick Jerardi, Daily News Sports Writer
There are a zillion ways to recruit basketball players. But if you don't know what you need and don't put yourself in position to get it, you will fail. St. Joseph's coaches obviously took a close look at their senior class and targeted three positions - small forward, shooting guard and center. The coaches still are seeking the center, but a small forward committed last summer and, now, a shooting guard has said yes to St. Joe's. He is 6-5 Erick Woods from Hazelwood East High in St. Louis.
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June 15, 2000 | By Mike Jensen, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Temple assistant basketball coach Dean Demopoulos, who interviewed last week for the head coaching job at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, has emerged as a top candidate for that job. Demopoulos, John Chaney's top assistant at Temple, talked yesterday about his "wonderful visit" at UMKC last week and said that "the process hasn't moved to the decision stage yet. " He met with administrators and with players on UMKC's team during his day...
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February 7, 1997 | Daily News Wire Services
A win on the road in big-time college basketball isn't easy, so when it happens, it's special for the victors. Especially when the last time the team won an away game was more than a year ago. Saint Louis ended a drought of road losses going back to Dec. 9, 1995, in an improbable place last night, stunning No. 11 Louisville, 64-62, at Freedom Hall. It was the Billikens' first win over Louisville in 20 games. The last road win for the Billikens (8-13 overall, 2-6 Conference USA)
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June 19, 2000 | by Mike Kern, Daily News Sports Writer
Dean Demopoulos says the last 17 years have been the best time of his life, by far. That's what made the last week the worst. Temple's longtime assistant basketball coach is leaving to take over the Missouri-Kansas City program. He will be introduced at a press conference today. Like just about everyone else in his profession, he has always wanted a team to call his own. It doesn't make saying goodbye any easier. "In this day, it's highly unusual, in this business, to be in one place this amount of time," said Demopoulos, whose voice cracked several times in the course of a 15-minute conversation.
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November 12, 2007 | Daily News Wire Services
Mario Chalmers had 23 points - and two of his team's four missed dunks - and a ragged No. 4 Kansas beat a plucky Missouri-Kansas City, 85-62, last night. The host Jayhawks (2-0) spent much of the night missing free throws (16-for-31) and blowing assignments and led the Kangaroos (0-1) only 62-52 when UMKC's Jeremiah Hartsook hit a short jumper midway through the second half. Chalmers responded by hitting an open three-pointer, his fourth of the night. But the Kangaroos, playing their first game under new head coach Matt Brown, refused to go quietly.
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November 24, 2012 | The Inquirer Staff
Tim Hardaway Jr. scored 23 points Friday night to power No. 4 Michigan to a 71-57 victory over Kansas State in the final of the NIT Season Tip-Off at New York's Madison Square Garden. Glenn Robinson III had 12 rebounds, and Trey Burke and Jon Horford had 10 points apiece for the Wolverines (5-0). Hardaway made 10 of 15 shots from the field before he was kneed in the head with less than four minutes left. He returned to the bench in time to celebrate with the rest of his team and collect the tournament MVP award.
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November 23, 2011 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
Austin Rivers had 20 points, Seth Curry and Ryan Kelly had 17 each, and No. 6 Duke shot its way into another Maui Invitational championship game in Lahaina, Hawaii, with an 82-75 win over No. 15 Michigan yesterday. Duke (6-0) put on an offensive show, scoring on an array of three-pointers and spectacular shots to remain undefeated (14-0) at the Maui Invitational. Andre Dawkins added 14 points and the Blue Devils hit 11 of 21 three-pointers while shooting 56 percent overall to earn a spot in tonight's title game against No. 14 Kansas, a 72-56 winner over UCLA.
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December 16, 2008 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Cedric Jackson swished a 60-foot shot at the buzzer to give Cleveland State a 72-69 victory over No. 11 Syracuse last night in Syracuse, N.Y. "It was a prayer. It's not an everyday shot," said Jackson, a product of Northern Burlington High in South Jersey. He took an inbounds pass with 2.2 seconds left and let the desperation shot go just as time expired to send the Orange (9-1) to their first loss. "It tears your heart out when you see the ball up in the air and you know it's good," said Syracuse's Andy Rautins.
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November 17, 2008 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Kyle Singler hit two free throws with 19.4 seconds left to help No. 8 Duke rally past Rhode Island, 82-79, yesterday in Durham, N.C. Jon Scheyer scored 23 points, and Singler finished with 21 points for the Blue Devils (3-0), who fell behind by 12 early and trailed for most of the way. Michigan State 100, Idaho 62 - Chris Allen scored a career-high 21, leading No. 6 Michigan State to a season-opening win in East Lansing, Mich. The Spartans' Raymar Morgan also scored 21 points, and Kalin Lucas had 13 points and nine assists.
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November 12, 2007 | Daily News Wire Services
Mario Chalmers had 23 points - and two of his team's four missed dunks - and a ragged No. 4 Kansas beat a plucky Missouri-Kansas City, 85-62, last night. The host Jayhawks (2-0) spent much of the night missing free throws (16-for-31) and blowing assignments and led the Kangaroos (0-1) only 62-52 when UMKC's Jeremiah Hartsook hit a short jumper midway through the second half. Chalmers responded by hitting an open three-pointer, his fourth of the night. But the Kangaroos, playing their first game under new head coach Matt Brown, refused to go quietly.
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April 13, 2007 | COMILED BY THE INQUIRER STAFF
Suzie McConnell Serio, a former Penn State star and WNBA coach of the year, was hired yesterday as the women's basketball coach at Duquesne University. She replaced Dan Durkin, who resigned last month after a 7-20 season. McConnell Serio, who is from Pittsburgh, resigned last year as coach of the WNBA's Minnesota Lynx, whom she had guided to two playoff appearances in three-plus seasons. She holds the NCAA record for career assists with 1,377. Philadelphia University's Christian Burns was named the Philadelphia-area player of the year by the Herb Good Basketball Club.
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December 14, 2006 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Alando Tucker scored 20 points as No. 7 Wisconsin defeated Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 68-49, last night in Madison. Coming off a victory over No. 20 Marquette, the Badgers (10-1) led by just 14-11 midway through the first half. But a quick 11-0 run, with six points from Tucker, opened a comfortable lead that the Badgers never relinquished. Milwaukee (2-10) trailed by 15 points at halftime and never seriously threatened the rest of the game. Air Force 70, Norfolk State 47 - The No. 24 Falcons (11-1)
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March 9, 2004 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Jesse Pellot-Rosa's free throw with 1.6 seconds left last night gave Virginia Commonwealth a 55-54 victory over George Mason (21-9) in the Colonial Athletic Association championship. The top-seeded Rams (23-7), who led almost the entire way until Tony Skinn's three-pointer tied it with nine seconds left for the No. 3 Patriots, won their first CAA title - and NCAA tournament berth - since 1996. The Rams seemed to put the game away several times earlier, but the Patriots rallied each time behind Skinn, whose 17 points all came after halftime, and Jai Lewis, who scored 16 points.
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December 20, 2001 | Daily News Wire Services
If Maurice Baker ever puts together a complete game, he'll score 44 points. Baker scored 22 points last night, all in the second half, and No. 6 Oklahoma State withstood a second-half rally for a 62-50 victory last night at Missouri-Kansas City. In the Cowboys' previous game, a 79-44 pounding of Northwestern State, he scored all 22 of his points in the first half. "Mo is like a heat radiator - push the button and he gets hot," teammate Victor Williams said. The Cowboys (11-0)
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December 20, 2001 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Maurice Baker scored 22 points, and sixth-ranked Oklahoma State withstood a second-half rally for a 62-50 victory over Missouri-Kansas City last night in Kansas City, Mo. Baker scored all his points in the second half. In the Cowboys' previous game, a 79-44 pounding of Northwestern State, he scored all 22 of his points in the first half. The Cowboys (11-0) appeared headed for an easy victory when Baker drilled a three-pointer and then followed with a driving basket to give the Cowboys a 46-27 lead.
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