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Bonnies Down Rams

Sunday, February 10, 2013

 

After a pretty rough weekend for the state of Rhode Island, it looked like there was going to be something to cheer about.

With less than 8 minutes to play at the Ryan Center in Kingston Saturday night, the Rhody Rams led visiting St. Bonaventure 53-46.

However, a 21-8 run to close the game helped the Bonnies to the 67-61 win.

After Jordan Hare's dunk put Rhody up by 7 with 7:45 to play, the Rams went cold from the floor hitting just 1 of their last 13 shots en route to the loss.

Xavier Munford's 18 points led URI.  Andre Malone was the only other Ram in double figures with 10.

Eric Mosley scored 21 to lead all scorers for the Bonnies.

The loss drops Rhody to (6-16) overall and (1-8) in the Atlantic Ten.  

The Rams host Dayton Wednesday night in Kingston.

 

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