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DeJuan Clayton, Coppin State University basketball player, at Baltimore Basketball Media Day, held at Coppin State. Oct. 8, 2019
DeJuan Clayton, Coppin State University basketball player, at Baltimore Basketball Media Day, held at Coppin State. Oct. 8, 2019 (Amy Davis)

DeJuan Clayton made two free throws with one second left to cement the lead as visiting Coppin State beat Loyola-Chicago, 76-72, in men’s college basketball Tuesday night.

The victory ended a three-game losing streak for the Eagles (1-3). Clayton finished with a team-high 21 points. Tate Hall had 23 points for the Ramblers (1-2).

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After trailing 38-31 in the first half, Coppin State rallied in the second half. Clayton made a layup for a 63-61 Eagles lead with 5:07 left to play. Coppin would never trail again.

Johns Hopkins 79, Goucher 43: Tom Quarry scored a game-high 21 points to lead the visiting Blue Jays (2-0) over the Gophers (0-2). Dwayne Morton had eight points for Goucher.

Salisbury 74, Stockton 62: Gary Briddell had 16 points and Devin Garrett (Indian Creek) had 15 points and the visiting Sea Gulls (2-1) stretched their lead over the Ospreys (0-1) in the second half. Salisbury hosts Yeshiva on Saturday at 8 p.m.

Longwood 85, UMES 55: The host Lancers (2-1) took a 50-22 lead in the first half and rolled past the Hawks (0-3). Da’Shawn Phillip (Dunbar) had 13 points for UMES.

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No. 20 Syracuse 65, UMES 50: The host Orange (2-0) used a 15-7 run in the second quarter to pull away from the Hawks (1-2). Amanda Carney had 12 points and Makayla Adams had 11 points for UMES.

Salisbury 59, Virginia Wesleyan 46: Kaylee Otlowski scored 14 points and Catherine Gibson had 11 points to lead the visiting Sea Gulls (1-1) to a 59-46 victory over the Marlins (0-1). Salisbury travels to Widener 6 p.m. Thursday.

Stevenson 63, York 54: Brandi Hall (Old Mill) scored 17 points and Olivia Coleman had 14 points to lead the visiting Mustangs (1-0) over the Spartans (0-2). Stevenson finished the game on an 18-11 run.

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