WEST HARTFORD, Conn. -- — Miroslav Stafl scored 17 points as Hartford defeated NJIT 75-61 on Sunday.
Hunter Marks had 11 points and seven rebounds for Hartford.
After Hartford outscored NJIT 42-28 in the first half, both teams scored 33 in the second as the hosts clinched the victory. The Hawks’ 42 first-half points marked a season high for the team.
The Hawks evened the season series against the Highlanders with the win. NJIT defeated Hartford 67-57 on Saturday.
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