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vs. Manhat
W 75-52
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vs. AF
W 77-72
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HighPt 59 - 68 UMBC
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UMBC wins 4th straight, beating High Point 68-59

BIMINI, Bahamas (AP) Jose Placer scored 13 points and Brandon Horvath added 11 as UMBC stretched its lead in the second half to beat High Point 68-59 in the Bimini Jam Tournament on Saturday night.

Max Curran and Arkel Lamar added 10 points apiece for UMBC (4-1), which won its fourth straight game. Joe Sherburne chipped in nine points while dishing out four assists.

The Retrievers beat Air Force 77-72 in double overtime on Friday night.

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Leaders
Points: J. Sherburne14.0
Rebounds: M. Curran7.2
Assists: K. Jackson4.8
FG%: J. Sherburne52.9%
FT%: B. Horvath65.2%
3P%: J. Sherburne54.2%
Steals: A. Lamar2.2
Blocks: R. Eytle-Rock0.5
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Duke3-0
2 Kansas3-0
3 Gonzaga3-0
4 Virginia3-0
5 Tennessee3-0
6 Nevada3-0
7 North Carolina4-0
8 Villanova2-2
9 Auburn3-0
10 Kentucky2-1
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Kansas3-0
2 Kentucky2-1
3 Duke3-0
4 Gonzaga3-0
5 Virginia3-0
6 Tennessee3-0
7 North Carolina4-0
8 Villanova2-2
9 Nevada3-0
10 Michigan State2-1
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America East Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
UMBC 0-0 4-1
Stony Brook 0-0 2-1
Vermont 0-0 2-2
New Hampshire 0-0 2-2
Massachusetts-Lowell 0-0 2-3
Albany 0-0 1-2
Binghamton 0-0 1-3
Hartford 0-0 1-3
Maine 0-0 0-4
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 71.0 (270)
Rebounds: 10.2 (214)
Assists: 15.2 (124)
FG%: 43.3% (240)
FT%: 62.1% (294)
3P%: 34.1% (181)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 59.0 (29)
Rebounds: 28.0 (126)
Assists: 9.8 (57)
FG%: 38.1% (75)
FT%: 59.7% (38)
3P%: 27.0% (58)
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