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Canisius stays undefeated, bests undermanned Bulls

Inexperienced UB squad falls to 1-5

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Published: Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Updated: Wednesday, November 21, 2012 01:11

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Junior forward Javon McCrea (12) scored 22 of his team's 64 points.

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Junior guard Billy Baron (12) goes up for a contested shot against UB sophomore forward Will Regan (2). Baron led Canisius in scoring with 18.

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Baron looks for space. At one point in the first half, he scored nine straight points, forcing Bulls head coach Reggie Witherspoon to call a timeout.

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Regan (2), who produced 15 points and six rebounds in 32 minutes of action, had the best game of his career.

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McCrea puts up a left-handed hook against center Jordan Heath (35) and forward Chris Manhertz (13). Heath and Manhertz alternated defending McCrea, as Canisius coach Jim Baron sought to tire the muscular forward.

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McCrea looks for room as he bodies up Heath around the rim. Heath finished with 14 points, five rebounds and three blocks.

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McCrea barrels into Manhertz, a junior, on the baseline. Manhertz finished with 11 points.

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Canisius guard Alshwan Hymes (four points) battles for a rebound with McCrea.

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The Bulls and Golden Griffs battle for a loose rebound. UB has now won seven of the past nine matchups.

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Regan hoists a hook shot over Manhertz.

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Regan launches a 3-pointer. He converted on one of three attempts from beyond the arc.

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Regan lays in two points late in the second half after a beautiful drive and dish from Oldham (3).

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Baron snags a defensive rebound in the second half.

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McCrea lays in two points over Hymes.

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Junior guard Jarod Oldham (3) lays in two of his nine points.

In addition to Tuesday night’s victory, Canisius has wins over Boston University (0-3) and Big Four rival St. Bonaventure (2-1). While Buffalo has only played one of its six games at home, the Golden Griffins have not yet played on the road. Their first chance will come Saturday at Stony Brook at 2 p.m.

The Bulls will look to get back in the win column that same day at home against Division II Mansfield University (1-0) at 7 p.m. Last year, the Mountaineers earned a Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference East co-championship and finished 19-8.

 

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