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  1. Gaskins leads as St. Francis (Pa.) holds off Sacred HeartRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | Washington Times

    Randall Gaskins Jr. scored 13 points and six players added nine points or more as a balanced St. Francis defeated Sacred Heart 73-64 on Thursday night to keep its chances alive for hosting a first-round game in the Northeast Conference Tournament. Josh Nebo, Isaiah Blackmon and Georgios Angelou each scored 12 points, Keith Braxton 11 and Andre Wolford nine for the Red Flash, who rebounded from a loss to Bryant.


  2. Men's Volleyball Swept By No. 13 Penn St., Defeats St. FrancisRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | Harvard Crimson

    The Harvard men's volleyball team finished this weekend's road trip to Pennsylvania with split results, winning in a close match at St. Francis following a shutout loss to No. 13 Penn St. the night before.


  3. Grant, Ndugba help Bryant beat St Francis (Pa), 79-75Read the original story

    Saturday Feb 18 | Washington Times

    Adam Grant hit two late free throws and finished with 18 points, Ikenna Ndugba score all of his nine points in the final 4:43 and Bryant rallied for a 79-75 win over Saint Francis on Saturday for its third win in a row. Nisre Zouzoua, the Northeast Conference's leading scorer at 20.0 points per game, was just 3-of-13 shooting but made all of his 3-point shots, hit two foul shots to cap the scoring and had 13 points.


  4. Red Flash win sixth NEC road gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | Altoona Mirror

    The Saint Francis men's basketball team placed five players in double figures as it earned an 80-71 win at Central Connecticut State on Thursday at Detrick Gymnasium. The Red Flash, who trailed 37-31 at the half, outscored CCSU 49-34 in the second half.


  5. Mount St. Mary's downs St. Francis (Pa) 81-62Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 11 | The Wingham Advance-Times

    Elijah Long scored 25 points with a career-high five 3-pointers plus eight assists, Miles Wilson added 20 points with seven rebounds, and Mount St. Mary's used a 24-0 second-half run to beat St. Francis 81-62 on Saturday. Greg Alexander scored 15 points - all on 3-pointers - Mawdo Sallah had 10 points, and Chris Wray had a career- high five steals for the Mountaineers , who shot 14 of 31 from behind the arc and forced 21 Red Flash turnovers in winning their second straight.


  6. Mount St. Marya s downs St. Francis (Pa) 81-62Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 11 | WAVY-TV Portsmouth

    Luke Kennard scored 25 points and No. 18 Duke held on to beat Clemson 64-62 on Saturday.


  7. Flash go down to OT wire in defeatRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | Altoona Mirror

    It tied the game on three free throws by Jamaal King to send the game into overtime. In the extra session, the Red Flash held a brief lead, but in the end, could not stop Wagner's Michael Aaman.


  8. Streaking Wagner College defeats SFU in overtime on Aaman career nightRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 |

    Wagner College had St. Francis beat once, twice, and finally a third time Thursday in a huge 76-74 overtime road win that ended with a Mike Aaman post score with 2.5 seconds left. The Seahawk red-shirt senior broke a 74-74 tie with a power move off the right block as Wagner won its fourth straight and improved to 12-11 and 8-5 in Northeast Conference play.


  9. Wagner on way to 'Road Trip From Hell'; Saunders likely done for seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 |

    Wagner College's Romone Saunders has not played since the first game of the season for the Seahawks. Wagner College is back in the battle as far as finishing among the top four in the Northeast Conference in regular-season play and landing a home-court game in opening round of the league tournament.


  10. Red Flash officially in playoffsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 6 | Altoona Mirror

    The Saint Francis University women's basketball team used a balanced offense and a tenacious defense to knock off the St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers, 75-59, on Monday night, clinching an NEC playoff berth in the process. SFU spread the wealth as four players hit at least four 3-pointers, led by Reese's six en route to tying the school record with 19 3-pointers in the game.


  11. St. Francis rallies in second half to beat LIU BrooklynRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 4 | Washington Times

    Josh Nebo scored 19 points and St. Francis bounced back from a double-digit second-half deficit to beat LIU Brooklyn 80-78 on Saturday. LIU Brooklyn led 41-34 at halftime and 57-46 with 14:11 left to play.


  12. Nebo leads St. Francis (Pa) over St. Francis Brooklyn, 78-61Read the original story

    Thursday Feb 2 | Washington Times

    Josh Nebo scored a career-high 24 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, and St. Francis rolled to a 78-61 victory over St. Francis Brooklyn on Thursday night for its third straight win. Nebo was 8 of 13 from the field and had five dunks.


  13. Saint Francis perseveres in overtimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 28 | Altoona Mirror

    Robert Morris once owned the rivalry against Saint Francis, but with a win in a thrilling game Saturday night, the Red Flash proved once again they are now in command of the rivalry. Both teams made their share of big shots late, but the Flash prevailed in overtime at DeGol Arena, 89-83, for their fourth consecutive victory over Robert Morris.


  14. Blackmon, Gaskins spark St. Francis past Robert Morris in OTRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 28 |

    Isaiah Blackmon and Randall Gaskins Jr. scored 20 points each as Saint Francis edged away from Robert Morris 89-83 in overtime Saturday night. Gaskins fed Blackmon for a 3-pointer that answered a Robert Morris dunk, giving Saint Francis a 73-72 lead early in the overtime and the teams battled from there with four ties and three lead changes.


  15. Red Flash men pick up win at WagnerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 27 | Altoona Mirror

    Isaiah Blackmon scored a career-high 25 points to lead the Saint Francis men's basketball team to a 72-67 win at Wagner on Thursday at the Spiro Sports Center. The Red Flash outscored the Seahawks 43-33 in the second half and got a few clutch buckets from Blackmon to help close out the victory.


  16. Wagner College has to get on track with St. Francis Brooklyn arriving SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 27 |

    That's the key for the Seahawks following Thursday's stumbling 72-67 loss to St. Francis U. at Spiro Center. Wagner took a 64-63 lead with 2:45 to go in what had been a hotly contested game from tip-off until that point.


  17. Blackmon scores 25, St. Francis (Pa.) beats Wagner 72-67Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 26 | The Galveston County Daily News

    Meetings between top-notch teams in District 24-6A and in District 24-3A mark the leading local basketball games to watch among Friday's slate of games. It is hard to realize that most of our hunting seasons are coming to a close this weekend.


  18. Wagner College loses at home, falls to 4-5 in Northeast Conference playRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 26 |

    After a road win over the weekend, Wagner College headed into Thursday's home game against St. Francis U. with an opportunity to set sail in a positive way for the looming second half of the Northeast Conference season. Instead, the Seahawks' youth showed in the final minutes when they turned the ball over on consecutive possessions in a 72-67 loss.


  19. College roundupRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2017 | The Maryland Gazette

    NAVY WRESTLING: Even though Duke and Navy tied in their match, 17-17, the Mids were declared the winner over the Blue Devils , by virtue of having accumulated more points during the course of Sunday's match at Wesley Brown Field House in Annapolis. Navy's Jared Prince scored a major decision over Zach Finesilver by a 15-4 count at 141 pounds, while Corey Wilding earned a 9-5 decision over Xaviel Ramos at 149 pounds.


  20. Red Flash done in by 3-point specialistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 21, 2017 | Altoona Mirror

    Just when it appeared Saint Francis was going to win a second straight game despite shooting poorly, the opposing team, which shot lights out, buried the Red Flash with two huge 3-pointers. The Red Flash led by four with just 28 seconds left in overtime, appearing on the verge of victory after battling back the entire game.