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Nov 21, 2015
The Owls (4-0) never trailed in the contest behind 51 percent (33 for 65) shooting from the field. Nate Stitchell tallied a team-high 17 points with Lucas Hammel contributing 14 more. Matt Ozzella finishing with 12 points as well as a game-best nine rebounds, helping KSC to a 43-23 advantage on the boards.
The Nor'easters (3-2), who met their first setback in the last four outings, were paced by Devin Thompson with 17 points.Jean-Luc Parker and Ben Judson notched 12 points apiece in support, and Evrim Ozkan went 4-of-4 shooting the ball to end with nine.
With a 16-13 edge midway through the opening half, Keene State used a five-minute span to push the gap into double digits with a 16-4 stretch that saw five different players score. Andrew Houde posted all of his five in 19 seconds towards the end of the separating run.
The margin was 40-29 at intermission, and the visitors were able to maintain the comfortable cushion the rest of the way.
Both teams resume play on Tuesday. The Owls head from Springfield College that night (6:30 p.m.), while UNE travels to Bowdoin College for a 5:30 p.m. match.