Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Around the League: November 10, 2009

Yesterday's games:
Syracuse 75, Albany 43
The Orange rolled to victory, giving Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim his 800th career win in a game that was never particularly close. Five Syracuse players scored in double figures, but Albany's real struggles came on the offensive end, where the Danes committed a staggering 32 turnovers. Compounding Albany's woes was a familiar issue, poor perimeter shooting. Albany attempted 28 threes but made only five. Tim Ambrose was a rebound shy of a double-double, but even his performance was marred by seven turnovers.

There are no games scheduled today, tomorrow, or Thursday.

Friday's games:
Morgan State at Albany, 7:00 PM
Stony Brook at Maryland-Eastern Shore, 7:00 PM
Vermont at Loyola, 7:00 PM
Maine at Fordham, 8:00 PM
Hartford vs. Quinnipiac, 9:30 PM*

* Connecticut 6 Classic, Bridgeport, CT

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