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Rutgers Edges Dragons at the Buzzer, 58-56
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Rutgers Edges Dragons at the Buzzer, 58-56
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, N.J – Rutgers Gregory Echenique scored on a left-handed lay-up as time expired to give Rutgers a 58-56 win against Drexel at the Louis Brown Athletic Center. It was the first game of the Legends Classic.

The game was tied at 56-56 with 1.9 seconds to play. Rutgers called a timeout and on the inbounds, found Echenique in the lane and he beat the Drexel defender to the left to win the ball game. Drexel had tied it just seconds earlier when little used Yannick Formbor put back a Gerald Colds miss to tie the game up.

Rutgers led, 55-51, when Jamie Harris was fouled and hit one of two free throws to cut it to three with 1:02 left. The Scarlet Knights big man, Gregory Echenique, was fouled by Kevin Phillip with 33 seconds left and missed a pair of free throws. Evan Neisler grabbed the board and was fouled in the process. The senior knocked down both free throws to make it a one-point Rutgers lead at 55-54. Neisler committed a foul and was disqualified with 28 seconds left. Mike Rosario was sent to the line and could only make one of two freebies, setting up the final two possessions.

11-23-2009 09:43 PM
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