McGonagill propels Brown past Niagara 75-74 in OT

McGonagill propels Brown past Niagara 75-74 in OT

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) Sean McGonagill and Matt Sullivan combined for 43 points and Tucker Halpern posted a double-double to help Brown edge Niagara 75-74 in overtime of their nonconference matchup Tuesday night.

McGonagill finished with 23 points, seven assists, five rebounds and three steals, Sullivan added 20 points and eight boards and Halpern had 15 points and 10 rebounds for Brown (5-8), which pulled down a season-high 53 rebounds.

Niagara (7-8), which opened the game with a 10-2 run, scored the first three points in overtime, but McGonagill tied the game 65-all with a 3-pointer. Tyler Ponticelli's layup with 52 seconds remaining broke open a 67-67 tie then McGonagill hit two free throws, stole the ball from Niagara's Malcolm Lemmons and converted a fast-break layup all in a 13-second span to put Brown up 73-67.

Juan'Ya Green hit a 3-pointer to cut it to 73-70 but Halpern's free throws sealed it.

Simms' 11 points lifts VCU over Missouri St.

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Simms' 11 points lifts VCU over Missouri St.

RICHMOND, Va. -- Mike'L Simms had 11 points as VCU extended its home win streak to eight games, beating Missouri State 61-51 on Sunday night.

De'Riante Jenkins had 10 points for VCU (8-2).

After VCU outscored Missouri State 35-25 in the first half, both teams scored 26 in the second as the home team clinched the victory. The Rams' 26 second-half points marked a season low for the team.

Isiaih Mosley had 15 points for the Bears (6-6). Keandre Cook added 12 points. Gaige Prim had 10 points.

VCU takes on College of Charleston on the road on Wednesday. Missouri State matches up against Oral Roberts on the road on Saturday.


Hoyas win NCAA Men’s College Cup National Championship in penalty kick shoot out

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Hoyas win NCAA Men’s College Cup National Championship in penalty kick shoot out

It was a showdown like no other in Cary, North Carolina on Sunday night.

Right down to the wire. 

After two scoreless 10 minute overtimes, it all came down to a seven round penalty kick shootout where a save by Georgetown goalkeeper Tomas Romero won it all for the Hoyas, 7-6.

Romero stopped Virginia's Axel Gunnarsson to give the Hoyas their first NCAA men’s soccer championship. 

After scoring 17 goals, Georgetown University won the 2019 Men’s College Cup National Champions over Virginia.

It was a very back and forth battle between the two teams. 

Virginia jumped out on top. In the 10th minute, Junior midfielder Joe Bell scored the first goal and his 7th goal this season putting Virginia ahead 1-0. 

Junior midfielder Paul Rothrock responded with an unassisted goal in the 16th minute, putting Georgetown on the board and tying the game 1-1.

In the 22nd minute, Georgetown Freshman Daniel Wu had a set piece, scoring his first goal of the season and extending the Hoyas lead 2-1. 

Later in the 58th Daniel Steedman gave the Hoo’s a spark tying it up 2-2. 

It looked as if the Hoyas had it in the bag when Derek Dodson broke the tie in the 81st minute putting Georgetown on top 3-2 but that didn't last very long. 

Inside five minutes to go in regulation time, Daryl Dike attempted a header which was deflected but followed through with his own rebound regaining the tie for the Hoos 3-3.

That is where things got interesting.

After a hard fought game, two ovetimes and a penalty kick shoot out the Hoyas would go on to take the title over Virginia winning 7-6.