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Sacred Heart vs Rutgers

Rutgers 88, Sacred Heart 62

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PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) - Eli Carter rebounded from a poor opening-night effort to come off the bench for 18 points and lead Rutgers over Sacred Heart 88-62 Monday night.

Coming off a surprising loss to Saint Peter's, Rutgers (1-1) got 14 points apiece from Dane Miller and Myles Mack, while Kansas State transfer Wally Judge got his second straight double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds.

Louis Montes had 13 points for Sacred Heart (1-1) and Tevin Falzon chipped in with 10.

Disappointed with the Knights' performance Friday against the Peacocks, coach Mike Rice put three new starters in the lineup to shake things up. After shooting 35.8 percent (19 for 53) against Saint Peter's with 18 turnovers, the Scarlet Knights hit 54.4 percent (37 for 68) and committed just seven turnovers.

The Pioneers took leads of 6-2, 8-4 and 11-6 before Carter's 3-pointer ignited a 17-0 run that gave Rutgers 23-11 lead.

Rutgers opened a 28-13 lead, its largest to that point, with 5:52 left in the half and went on to a 41-21 halftime advantage. The Knights shot 54.8 percent (17-for-31) during the half, making fewer less baskets than they had the entire game against Saint Peter's.

Sacred Heart was coming off an inspired opening-night overtime win against Yale in which the Pioneers rallied from a 24-point halftime deficit. But Sacred Heart got no closer than 16 after intermission and the Knights opened their largest lead at 82-52.

Carter, who was Rutgers' leading scorer last year, shot 2-for-11 against Saint Peter's but came back to go 7-for-15 with three assists. The sophomore guard came off the bench for just the fifth time in his career, as Mack replaced him in the starting lineup. Miller was 6-for-7 with seven rebounds.

Kadeem Jack helped limit Sacred Heart to 36.4 percent shooting (24-for-66) with six blocked shots and two steals.

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Sacred Heart Pioneers
F. Akinpetide, F313-71-414217
N. Greenbacker, F192-50-02024
P. Gaetano, G300-00-01710
S. Gibson, G303-150-04227
L. Montes, G255-163-461313
S. Glowiak203-60-02029
J. Swidowski173-52-22048
T. Falzon114-81-131210
M. Abdel Latif70-22-21002
D. Tate71-20-02012
L. Cramer30-00-00100
Totals 24-669-1338141862
 36.4%69.2% 
Rutgers Scarlet Knights
W. Judge, F195-61-6103211
A. Johnson, F173-50-21016
D. Miller, G256-71-272114
M. Mack, G235-94-411114
M. Poole, G191-72-22314
E. Carter227-152-323118
J. Seagears211-30-02402
M. Kone172-50-05144
K. Jack152-41-11015
V. Garrett113-40-04126
D. Randall92-30-02004
J. Hyde10-00-00100
L. Kelley10-00-00100
Totals 37-6811-2040201488
 54.4%55% 
Northeast
TeamConf. W-LTot. W-LRPI Rank
St. Fran.-NY15-221-9157
Robert Morris11-615-14197
Bryant11-614-14200
Mt St Marys10-714-14174
St. Fran.-Pa.9-815-13193
Sacred Heart8-914-16255
LIU-Brooklyn8-912-16256
Wagner8-910-18289
CCSU3-145-25337
F. Dickinson2-157-21311

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TeamConf. W-LTot. W-LRPI Rank
Wisconsin13-225-36
Maryland11-423-59
Purdue11-419-959
Michigan St.10-519-933
Ohio St.9-620-842
Iowa9-618-1054
Indiana9-719-1037
Illinois7-817-1160
Michigan7-814-1381
Minnesota6-1017-1278
Northwestern5-1014-14114
Nebraska5-1113-15124
Penn St.3-1215-13112
Rutgers2-1410-19156
 
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