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February 22, 2013

St. Francis bumps FDU

LORETTO — Ben Millaud-Meunier scored 26 points and Anthony Ervin had 22 points and nine rebounds to lead St. Francis to a 69-64 victory over Fairleigh Dickinson on Thursday night.

Millaud-Meunier was 8 of

13 from the field, Ervin 8 of

10 for the Red Flash (4-22, 4-11 Northeast Conference).

St. Francis shot 10 of 19 on

3-pointers.

Kinu Rochford scored 21 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for Fairleigh Dickinson (7-21,

2-13), which beat St. Francis 79-69 in overtime at Hackensack, N.J., on Jan. 12 but has lost 12 straight since.

Trailing 16-8 at the 10:27 mark, St. Francis went on a

13-0 run to lead 21-16 with 6:20 left, capped by Anthony Ervin’s four-point play. The Red Flash led 31-25 at halftime.

Fairleigh Dickinson grabbed a 35-33 advantage, but St. Francis put together a 12-0 surge and held on for the victory.

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