— R.J. Eytle-Rock had 15 points and seven rebounds as Maryland-Baltimore County beat Vermont 66-55 on Friday.
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— Ryan Davis scored 21 points as Vermont stretched its winning streak to eight games, beating Maryland-Baltimore County 80-71 on Thursday night, earning at least a share of the America East Conference title.
— Darnell Rogers scored 14 points as Maryland-Baltimore County beat Stony Brook 60-48 on Monday.
— R.J. Eytle-Rock had 23 points as Maryland-Baltimore County defeated Stony Brook 71-65 on Sunday.
— Darnell Rogers had 17 points to lead five Maryland-Baltimore County players in double figures as the Retrievers narrowly beat NJIT 75-71 on Tuesday.
— Zach Cooks had 15 points as NJIT narrowly defeated Maryland-Baltimore County 69-65 on Sunday.
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— R.J. Eytle-Rock registered 14 points and six rebounds as Maryland-Baltimore County got past Hartford 57-49 on Sunday.
— Austin Williams had 16 points and 13 rebounds to carry Hartford to a 70-63 win over UMBC on Saturday.
— R.J. Eytle-Rock had a season-high 27 points, inlcuding the winning basket with less than a minute to play, as Maryland-Baltimore County narrowly beat New Hampshire 68-66 on Sunday.
— L.J. Owens posted 17 points as UMBC defeated New Hampshire 69-54 on Saturday.
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— Brenton Mills scored 22 points and Bryce Beamer had 20 points and 10 rebounds as Binghamton topped Maryland-Baltimore County 75-69 on Monday.
— Brandon Horvath had 20 points as Maryland-Baltimore County won its seventh consecutive game, beating Binghamton 74-67 on Sunday.
— Brandon Horvath had a career-high 27 points as Maryland-Baltimore County edged past Albany 65-60 on Sunday.
— Brandon Horvath posted 18 points and seven rebounds as Maryland-Baltimore County narrowly beat Albany 65-64 on Saturday in the first America East Conference matchup of the season for both teams.
— Brandon Horvath had 18 points and 14 rebounds to lead Maryland-Baltimore County to a 66-49 win over Coppin State on Sunday.
— Daniel Akin came off the bench to tally 16 points to lead Maryland-Baltimore County to a 76-61 win over Delaware on Tuesday.
— L.J. Owens had 20 points as Maryland-Baltimore County topped George Washington 92-81 on Monday night.
— Brandon Horvath had 18 points and 12 rebounds to lead Maryland-Baltimore County to an 80-65 win over St. Francis (Pa.) on Saturday.
— Georgetown coach Patrick Ewing draped a white towel over his right shoulder in memory of the late John Thompson during the Hoyas’ season-opening 70-62 win against Maryland-Baltimore County on Wednesday.
Everett Duncan scored a career-high 28 points and No. 1 seed Vermont beat UMBC 81-74 in the semifinals of the America East Conference Tournament on Tuesday night to advanced to the championship game.
K.J. Jackson scored 20 points with three steals and No.4-seed UMBC cashed in on turnovers to beat No. 5 New Hampshire 73-67 in Saturday's America East Conference tournament quarterfinals.
K.J. Jackson scored 25 points and fifth-place UMBC beat second-place Stony Brook 75-67 on Tuesday to clinch a No. 5 seed and a quarterfinal home game in the America East Conference tournament.