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No. 22 Xavier pulls away to 86-75 win over Georgetown - Jan 23, 2017


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As the first half wound down, point guard Edmond Sumner (6'6''-G-95) headed to the end of the Xavier bench, sat down and winced. His left shoulder was hurting so bad. Not bad enough to keep him from frustrating the Hoyas again. Sumner led a second-half surge that swept No. 22 Xavier to an 86-75 victory over Georgetown on Sunday, ending the Musketeers' longest losing streak in three years. Xavier (14-5, 4-3) had dropped three straight - all against ranked Big East teams. On Sunday, the Musketeers allowed a 12-point lead to slip away in the second half before their injured point guard frustrated the Hoyas (10-10, 1-6) for the second time this season. Sumner had a career-high 28 points in an 81-76 win at Georgetown on Dec. 31. Sumner wore a support on his injured left shoulder and had trouble shooting layups with his left hand, leaving him in pain when he tried. Sumner made a pull-up jumper, a three-point play and a pair of free throws during a 12-3 run that put Xavier in control 70-61. He finished with 14 points. "I mean, he's as tough as nails," coach Chris Mack said . "He was really locked into what I was asking him to do. He's banged up. He's playing through it." Xavier hasn't lost four in a row since the 1900-2000 season and was relieved to end its three-game slide. "In this whole process, we've been saying, 'Let's get back to our winning ways, let's get back to what we do best,'" said guard Malcolm Bernard , who had 12 points. "So I would say this feels really good, for sure." Trevon Bluiett (6'6''-G-94) led Xavier with 24 points. J.P. Macura added 20. Rodney Pryor (6'5''-G-92) scored 23 for Georgetown, which lost for the sixth time in seven games. The Hoyas understood why they lost this one. "Fouling and rebounding, those two areas," coach John III Thompson III said. The Musketeers repeatedly drew fouls by driving to the basket and went 36 of 49 from the line. Georgetown was 11 of 14. Xavier also dominated the boards 35-21, allowing the Hoyas only one offensive rebound.
Courtesy of: heraldextra.com   




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Forward leaving Kansas program - 1 day ago
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Minnesota lands in-state 2018 forward - 1 day ago
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