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Maine Postgame

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February 14, 2008


ORONO, Maine (AP) -- Reserve Jon Iati hit three 3-pointers and a free throw as Albany, N.Y., scored the last 20 points of the first half to take control and defeat Maine 74-60 on Thursday night.


Iati, who finished with 23 points, hit consecutive threes to pull Albany even at 27, and his third trey and a free throw put the Great Danes ahead 37-27, a lead that reached 39-27 at the break. Iati finished with six 3-pointers in nine tries, and also had five rebounds and four assists in 31 minutes.


Brian Connelly added 14 points and Brent Wilson 13 for Albany (13-12, 8-5 America East).


Maine (7-17, 3-8) never got closer than six in the second half, the last time at 50-44.


Phil Tchekane Bofia led the Black Bears with 19 points and Mark Socoby had 14.


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Four players in double figures, led by Iati's 23. Great all-around game for Jon with 23 points on 7/11 shooting (6/9 from 3), 3/4 from the line, 5 boards, 4 assists and only 1 turnover.


+10 rebounding margin for the Danes is nice to see too.


With Iati hot, not much burn for Timmy (7 minutes, 0/2 from the floor, 1/2, from the line, 1 offensive board, no TO).


The three-headed center was led by Al Turley with 17 minutes, 6 points, 3 boards, & 2 blocks, while Jimmie and Giff combined for 17 minutes (0 pts, 3 boards).

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This was a solid win, every road win is a good one. I had to laugh when someone on the AE board said something to the effect off...."Maine was like a free flowing faucet, until UA found the valve". We now sit in 3rd place as we hold the breaker over UVM and still have one more to go against BU after winning the first meeting.

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