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David Walker scored 18 points and Northeastern outlasted Towson, 47-44, on Thursday night.

Walker was 7-for-14 from the field and 4-for-9 from beyond the arc for the Huskies (13-13, 5-8 Colonial), which ended a six-game losing streak.

John Davis led Towson (17-9, 8-5) with 18 points and 10 rebounds. The Tigers won the rebound battle 40-25, but shot 31 percent (17-for-55) and went just 2-for-23 (8.7 percent) on 3-point attempts.

Towson was down by six with 4:35 left after Zach Stahl's putback put Northeastern up 45-39. Davis made a pair of free throws on the next possession, and then Mike Morsell hit a 3-pointer to draw the Tigers within one with 2:55 to go.

But Towson didn't score again, missing its last four shots and turning it over three times.

Mount St. Mary's 66, Sacred Heart 61: Junior Robinson pushed the host Mountaineers (11-15, 8-5 Northeast Conference) ahead with five of his career-high 26 points in the final minute of a win over the Pioneers (8-16, 7-6).

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Robinson's three-point play gave the Mount a 62-61 lead with 53 seconds left. He made a pair of free throws with 19 seconds to go and BK Ashe added two free throws with 6 seconds left to cap a 7-0 run.

Seeding for the upcoming Patriot League Tournament was on the line when Navy traveled to Loyola for a matchup between teams in a four-way tie in the standings.

The Mountaineers had the largest lead of the second half before the final score at 59-54 on Gregory Graves' jumper with 5 minutes to go. Sacred Heart (8-16, 7-6) then had its own seven-point run to get in front 61-59 with 1:02 left.

Chris Wray had 17 points and nine rebounds, while Ashe added 15 for Mount St. Mary's.

Cane Broome led the Pioneers with 20 points. Jordan Allen and Quincy McKnight added 12 points each.

Andre Walker scored a career-high 31 points, including the winning free throws with four seconds left, and Loyola Maryland defeated host Army West Point, 100-99, in double overtime Saturday.

Stony Brook 75, UMBC 52: Jameel Warney scored 22 points and the Seawolves (21-4, 12-0 America East) maintained their perfect record in conference play by cruising past the host Retrievers (6-20, 2-9).

Jairus Lyles scored 13 points to lead UMBC, which shot 15-for-52 from the field (30.8 percent) and 1-for-11 from beyond the arc.

Women

UMBC 69, Stony Brook 65, OT: Taylor McCarley hit a game-tying layup with eight seconds left in regulation and scored seven of the team's 12 points in overtime to lead the Retrievers (14-10, 5-6 America East) over the host Seawolves (16-9, 8-4).

McCarley finished with 20 points, seven rebounds and seven assists, and Pandora Wilson scored a game-high 23 points for UMBC.

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