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BALTIMORE (AP) — Andre Walker scored 19 points and Jarred Jones 17 to lead Loyola (Maryland) to a 69-60 victory over Massachusetts-Lowell on Friday.
Walker and Jones have been the Greyhounds' leading scorers, with both averaging double figures. Jones had the better shooting day, making 7 of 13 while Walker was just 5 of 21, though he had three 3-pointers. Chuck Champion added 13 points and Cam Gregory had 10 rebounds.
The Greyhounds (6-5) have won four of their last five in completing their nonconference schedule.
Jahad Thomas had 13 points and 15 rebounds for his second straight double-double for the River Hawks (4-9). Matt Harris scored 13 points with Tyler Livingston and Logan Primerano adding 11 each and Ryan Jones 10.
Livingston made a 3-pointer to cut the Greyhounds what had been a 14-point second-half lead to 65-60 with 51.3 seconds left. But Loyola made three free throws before Champion stole a pass.
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