Lawrenceville >> At the end of the night, Rider walked off the floor with a victory, even if it was a performance that didn’t deserve one. With a 60-57 win over Marist on Saturday night at Alumni Gymnasium — one in which the Broncs wasted a 16-point lead and needed late free throws from Jordan Allen and Anthony Durham — they ultimately moved within a half game of first place in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. “We were fortunate to win tonight,” head coach Kevin Baggett said.
Kevin Baggett will take a win his team had to sweat out over a loss any day of the week, but that doesn’t mean Rider’s sixth-year coach doesn’t see an area his group needs to improve. Rider, after all, had a 15-point lead with 7:30 minutes remaining on Thursday night before Saint Peter’s sliced the deficit to a single basket in the final minute.
Jersey City >> Dimencio Vaughn went off and Jordan Allen shook loose. Vaughn scored a career-high 34 points, Allen finished with 13 — all in the second half — and Rider used a huge kick in the final 20 minutes to down Saint Peter’s, 88-84, on Thursday night at the Yanitelli Center in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference game. “It was all-around game confidence,” Vaughn said. “If I can make one, I can make another.
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Selecting a term
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