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Then, it was off to the airport and a two hour flight to Orlando, Fla., where the fast closing Wolfpack (22 12) will play on Thursday against fifth seeded St. Louis in the Midwest Regional. State got another flight to somewhere other than home. He made up for his forgettable tournament showing a year earlier on the same floor and prevented Xavier (21 14) from getting any traction in the second half. just wanted to come out and be aggressive, said Warren, who was 10 of 18 from the field. shots wouldn fall in the first half, but my teammates did a great job of finding me. surprise there. in a 40 minute game, he going to find a way, coach Mark Gottfried said. Center Matt Stainbrook led Xavier with 19 points and nine rebounds despite an injured left knee. Leading scorer Semaj Christon was limited to 14 points, and Xavier made only 2 of 14 shots from beyond the arc. State shot 61.5 percent from the field. weren ourselves today on defense, Stainbrook said. build our identity on defense. When we can get stops, it ruins everything else. Overall, it was just a shambles. was playing in a familiar arena less than an hour from campus. Familiar, but not entirely friendly. Fans of the Dayton Flyers a long time rival booed loudly as they took the court, making for a mixed welcome with a lot of Musketeer fans in the stands as well. State take all the drama out of the game over the final 11 minutes. The Wolfpack went six years between NCAA appearances before coach Mark Gottfried got them there three years in a row. This was his youngest and least experienced team: Only two players with tournament experience. They got one of the final at large bids with a strong closing run, winning five of their last six games, including an upset of Syracuse in the ACC tournament. Warren was the key. And he really wanted a second chance at the NCAA tournament. State lost to Temple 76 72 at the University of Dayton Arena in its opening game. He grown a lot in one year, leading the ACC with 24.8 points per game this season and hitting the 40 point mark twice. in a 40 minute game, he going to find a way, Gottfried said. In the opening game on Tuesday, Albany got its first NCAA tournament victory, holding on for a 71 64 win over Mount St. Evans scored 22 points and hit two clinching free throws with 12.6 seconds left. The Great Danes (19 14) earned a shot against overall No. 1 seed and top ranked Florida in Orlando on Thursday. The game provided a wild start to the tournament. Albany scored the first 13 points and led 21 2 after the opening 8 minutes, only to have Mount St. Mary (16 17) respond with a 21 2 run of its own to draw even. Adelaide, Australia native Peter Hooley hit two free throws and, the next time down court, scored on a driving layup over a defender for a 67 64 lead. Mount St. Mary which hit 12 of 37 3 pointers, missed two of them in the final 68 seconds. had to go on a little run of our own, and we did, said Hooley, who had 20 points. went on another run, and then we had to fight back and make another run. That what we pride ourselves on, being resilient. The fact that we managed to pull it out is a great thing. got its first NCAA win on its fourth try. goal coming into this game was to stay big, play big, be strong, said Great Danes coach Will Brown. proud of my guys. We weathered the storm, we stayed the course, and we made plays down the stretch. 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Salle (11 7) took its biggest lead at the 2:18 mark in the fourth quarter when a three pointer from Jordan Hill, who finished with a team high 16 points, 10 rebounds and two blocks, put the Lancers ahead, 55 48.Maranatha (11 4) chipped away, first getting an offensive rebound and put back from Michael DeMeester followed by one of two made free throws from Jeremy Major with 1:31 remaining that cut the lead to 55 51.In between both scores, however, Maranatha was zero for four from the free throw line.things we didn make free throws and [we had too many] turnovers, Maranatha Coach Tim Godley listed as the two reasons for his team defeat, as the Minutemen turned the ball over 19 times and were 12 for 25 from the free throw line.After Major free throw, La Salle quickly countered with a four footer from Jeff Briegel with 1:07 left to push the score to 57 51.On Maranatha next possession, however, Elffers was fouled and sank the first of two free throws.His second free throw, which was missed, was rebounded by DeMeester and put back again to bring Maranatha within 57 54 with 53.9 seconds left.The screws tightened even further when Lancers sophomore Conor Williams missed a 15 footer on La Salle next possession, which was rebounded by Justin Coats as Godley called timeout with 17.7 seconds.Out of the break, La Salle triple teamed Major and forced the junior to pass to Elffers with four seconds left.was a triangle and two, La Salle junior Israel Lacy said of the Lancers final defensive alignment. had one guy face guarding Jeremy and two other people trying to help so that nobody could get a shot off. led, 26 24, at halftime in a first half defined by three pointers.La Salle initially trailed by nine early in the first quarter, but took its only lead of the first half at 15 13 with 7:12 left in the second quarter on a jumper from Williams, assisted by Lacy, that capped a Lancers' 11 0 run.Maranatha responded to La Salle's charge with its own 11 0 spurt, highlighted by four points from Jorge Castello and a steal and bucket from Major with 4:17 remaining, as the visitors went up, 24 15, with 4:17 remaining.Naturally, La Salle bounced back with a 9 2 run in which it knotted the game at 24 with 1:17 left on a three pointer from Steffen Ghantous that was followed by an inside shot from Castello with 13 seconds left.
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