Bryant wins at St. Francis Brooklyn for first time, 82-74
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NEW YORK (AP) Michael Green III scored a career-high 23 points as Bryant won at St. Francis Brooklyn for the first time, 82-74, on Friday night.
Juan Cardenas added 22 points for the Bulldogs. Cardenas also had nine rebounds for Bryant, which had 53 boards to tie its Division I program record set earlier this season against Saint Peter's.
Benson Lin had 14 points for Bryant (14-14, 6-9 Northeast Conference). Adam Grant added 10 points and seven rebounds.
Chauncey Hawkins tied a career high with 27 points for the Terriers (12-15, 6-9). Unique McLean added 15 points. Rob Higgins had 14 points. Christian Rohlehr had a career-high six blocks plus eight points.
The Bulldogs improve to 2-0 against the Terriers this season. Bryant defeated St. Francis 73-60 on Feb. 6. Bryant plays Sacred Heart at home on Sunday. St. Francis plays Wagner at home on Sunday.
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Updated February 21, 2020