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State basketball roundup (Nov. 19): UMBC men fall to South Dakota, 58-52

Trey Burch-Manning scored 20 points with four 3-pointers and the South Dakota men’s basketball team beat UMBC, 58-52, on Monday night in the Bimini Jam in The Bahamas.

Brandon Armstrong added 12 points for the Coyotes (3-2), who held UMBC to 33 percent shooting.

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The Retrievers to 56-52 on Joe Sherburne’s free throws with 17 seconds left before Armstrong iced it with two from the free-throw line.

UMBC led 18-12 on Brandon Horvath’s free throw, but the Coyotes had a 35-31 halftime advantage on Burch-Manning’s jumper. Arkel Lamar scored 13 points and Council added 10 for UMBC (4-2), which shot 5-for-24 from long distance (21 percent).

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Morgan State men’s basketball great Marvin Webster was inducted posthumously into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame on Sunday in Kansas City, Mo., along with five players and two coaches.

Detroit Mercy 91, Loyola Maryland 63: The Titans made nine of their first 10 3-point attempts after halftime to pull away for a victory over the visiting Greyhounds in the GotPrint.com Legends Classic.

Brent Holcombe logged his second-straight double double and third of his career with 12 points and 11 rebounds. Chuck Champion added 10, and Andrew Kostecka’s 23 came on a career-high 10 field goals.

Antoine Davis, who entered the game ranked third in NCAA Division I in scoring, finished with 42 points on 10-for-14 shooting from 3-point range.

Rider 87, Coppin State 67: Dimencio Vaughn scored 19 points and Jordan Allen added 18, including four 3-pointers, and the host Broncos rode past the Eagles.

Five Rider (1-1) players combined for nine steals and scored 26 points off 20 Coppin State turnovers, outscored the Eagles 22-12 on the fast break and had 19 assists. Kimar Williams led with six.

Justin Steers scored 16 points and had two shot-blocks to lead Coppin State, which has lost 11 in a row — six to end last season and five to start this one. The Eagles have played all five games on the road, including at Wisconsin, Navy and No. 4 Virginia. Lamar Morgan added 10 points and eight rebounds.

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