Originally posted Monday night, updated with links at 5:31 a.m.
Stony Brook 70, Colgate 57 -- Kyle Roemer had 16 points, including 4 3-pointers, and 7 rebounds. Jon Simon added 11 points, and Kendall Chones had 10 points and 7 boards but it was not enough to overcome Stony Brook's 39-29 edge on the boards. Stony Brook had 21 offensive rebounds. It was Stony Brook's (1-10) first win of the season. Colgate remains winless in games on other people's floor.
American 62, St. Francis (PA) 52 -- Andre Ingram with a 10-point, 13-rebound double-double to lead AU. Jeff Jones shook up his starting lineup, going with Brayden Billbe and Paulius Joneliunas together up front, with Sekou Lewis making a start at the three. Garrison Carr with 14 points off the bench, including 4 treys. Arvydas Eitutavicius (12) and Billbe (10) also in double figures for the Eagles, who won away from Bender Arena for the first time this season.
Lehigh 65, Columbia 57 -- Jose Olivero scored 21 points and Lehigh held Columbia without a field goal over the final 7:47, outscoring the Lions 19-5 in that stretch to score the come-from-behind win. Olivero scored 13 of his 21 in that final run. It was Lehigh's first road win since February 11, 2005. Bryan White added 11 for Lehigh.
Columbia was without the services of 6-9 center Ben Nwachukwu, the Lions second leading scorer and top rebounder, the entire second half after he suffered a knee injury late in the first half. Nwachukwu was 4-5 for 8 points when he was injured.
Holy Cross 57, Boston U. 55 -- Ironman Torey Thomas played all 40 minutes for the Crusaders, finishing with 14 points, 6 rebounds and 5 steals. Kevin Hamilton added 12 points, 6 boards and 4 assists for the Crusaders, who overcame a 4-point Terriers lead in the final 4 minutes.
It was a gutty effort by Thomas, who came in with a bruised knee and sprained his groin in the first half. After the game, Thomas shrugged it off, telling Rich Thompson of the Boston Herald, "I’m a 40-minute guy and there’s a difference between hurt and injured."