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Maine Avenges Earlier Loss to Retrievers, Defeats Men's Basketball, 84-63
Baltimore—Sophomore wing Gerald McLemore tied his career high with seven 3-point field goals in a 25-point effort, leading the visiting Maine Black Bears to a 84-63 America East Conference win at UMBC.
The win snapped a four-game
McLemore broke the game open in the second half, hitting 13 consecutive Black Bear points, as
Senior wing Matt Spadafora, the Retrievers' America East Player of the Game, led UMBC (2-22, 1-10) with 14 points, but the Retrievers were outrebounded, 47-20.
UMBC scored the game’s first four points, but
Conversely, UMBC misfired on 19 of 28 shots and all nine shots from three-point range in the first 20 minutes.
UMBC sophomore guards Chauncey Gilliam and Chris De La Rosa scored all 10 of their points apiece in second half.
The Retrievers travel to