The game featured a matchup of two players who had scored more than 40 points two nights earlier. Sam Prescott, who had 44 points for the Mountaineers (12-13, 7-7) in an 84-70 win over Bryant, had 18 this time. Kyle Vinales, who scored 42 for the Blue Devils (10-14, 6-7) in their 101-82 loss to Wagner, had 24 in this one.
CCSU led 44-43 early in the second half before Mount St. Mary's ran off the next 11 points, with Whack scoring five and Prescott four.
The Blue Devils got to within 56-52 with 12:40 left, but Shivaughn Wiggins' layup and Prescott's 3-pointer restored a nine-point margin.
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