BALTIMORE -- Billy Baron scored 19 points and had seven assists to lead Canisius to an 83-65 win over Maryland-Baltimore County on Thursday night, snapping the Golden Griffins' 10-game road losing streak.
Canisius (4-1) held the Retrievers scoreless for more than seven minutes spanning both halves to open up a 19-point lead.
Trailing 19-16 at the 9:10 mark, Canisius went on an 11-0 run, with Reggie Groves scoring five points and Baron four. After the Retrievers (1-5) trimmed the deficit to three, Canisius held them scoreless for the final 4:36 of the half to lead 36-24 at the break.
UMBC didn't score in the second half until the 17:08 mark.
Ryan Cook scored 16 points to lead the Retrievers.
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