Turner scores 28 to carry St. Peter's over Niagara 78-60
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JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) Davauhnte Turner had 28 points as St. Peter's got past Niagara 78-60 on Sunday.
Samuel Idowu had 15 points and nine rebounds for St. Peter's (8-20, 5-11 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference), which ended its four-game home losing streak. KC Ndefo added 10 points and 10 rebounds. Derrick Woods had seven rebounds for the home team.
The Peacocks improved to 2-0 against the Purple Eagles this season. St. Peter's defeated Niagara 74-72 on Jan. 22.
St. Peter's faces Quinnipiac at home on Friday. Niagara faces Canisius on the road on Wednesday.
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Updated February 24, 2019