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November 21. 2013 10:46PM

UNH men throw a scare into Marquette


New Hampshire Wildcats center Chris Pelcher (44) looks to pass the ball as Marquette Golden Eagles forward Juan Anderson (10) and center Chris Otule (42) defend during the first half at BMO Harris Bradley Center. (Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports)

MILWAUKEE - Chris Otule scored 16 points on 6-of-7 shooting as host Marquette held off a scrappy effort by the University of New Hampshire, 58-53, on Thursday.

Todd Mayo added 16 points for Marquette (3-1), which overcame 3-of-22 shooting from 3-point range. Jamil Wilson chipped in nine points and a team-high three blocked shots.

Patrick Konan paced New Hampshire (2-2) with 14 points and a game-high nine rebounds. Daniel Dion scored 11 points and Jordon Bronner added 10.

Mayo scored seven quick points as the Golden Eagles ran out to a 21-5 lead with 7:26 left in the first half. Jacoby Armstrong capped an 11-2 response for New Hampshire as it pulled within 23-16 with 1:18 left in the half and trailed 25-18 at halftime.

Two Konan free throws cut the Wildcats' deficit to 25-20 with 19:46 left in regulation before a 10-2 Marquette spurt turned the momentum again. Bronner's 3-pointer with 13:03 left brought New Hampshire within 35-27, but Davante Gardner's three-point play started a 6-0 Golden Eagles' run as Marquette sealed the win.

GAME NOTEBOOK: No Marquette player logged more than three assists. ...The Golden Eagles had a 39-38 rebounding edge. ... Marquette committed 13 turnovers and New Hampshire had 20 miscues.


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