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Maine Black Bears (6-24)


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@ MA-Low 
L 68-100
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@ StnyBr 
L 66-67
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@ UNH 
L 51-64
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vs. Albany 
L 56-74
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Albany (NY) controls Maine behind Nichols in 74-56 win

ORONO, Maine (AP) David Nichols scored 20 points and Devonte Campbell and Joe Cremo added double-doubles in points and rebounds and Albany (NY) dominated Maine from the start for a 74-56 on Sunday.

Campbell and Cremo each scored 10 points while Campbell grabbed 13 rebounds and Cremo 11.

Albany (18-11, 9-5 America East) raced to a 19-2 lead and extended it to 26-6 - on the strength of 12 points by Nichols - with just under eight minutes to play before intermission.

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Leaders
Points: W. Myers16.9
Rebounds: V. Eze4.8
Assists: R. Bernstein2.9
FG%: W. Myers43.7%
FT%: W. Myers77.5%
3P%: No qualifiers
Steals: W. Myers1.1
Blocks: A. Fleming0.7
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Gonzaga28-0
2 Villanova26-2
3 Kansas24-3
4 Arizona25-3
5 UCLA24-3
6 Oregon24-4
7 Louisville22-5
8 North Carolina23-5
9 Baylor22-5
10 Duke22-5
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Gonzaga28-0
2 Villanova26-2
3 Kansas24-3
4 Arizona25-3
5 UCLA24-3
6 Louisville22-5
7 Oregon24-4
8 North Carolina23-5
9 Baylor22-5
10 Kentucky22-5
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America East Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
Vermont 14-0 24-5
Stony Brook 12-2 17-10
Albany 9-5 18-11
UMBC 8-6 17-10
New Hampshire 8-6 17-11
Massachusetts-Lowell 5-10 11-19
Binghamton 3-11 12-17
Hartford 3-11 8-21
Maine 2-13 6-24
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 65.2 (328)
Rebounds: 10.2 (198)
Assists: 11.9 (281)
FG%: 40.3% (331)
FT%: 66.0% (294)
3P%: 31.9% (310)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 74.8 (242)
Rebounds: 25.0 (213)
Assists: 13.9 (229)
FG%: 45.7% (276)
FT%: 72.7% (302)
3P%: 36.3% (258)
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