Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Hughley scored 22 points when Pitt defeated Colgate 71-68, AP News reported

PITTSBURG (AP) – John Hugley scored 18 of his 22 points in the second half, Jamarius Burton added 13 points and Pittsburgh beat Colgate 71-68 in Thursday night’s four-game winning streak. missed.

Mouhamadou added 10 points to Gueye Pitt (3-6).

Ryan Moffatt and Nellie Cummings combined a three-point game around Jack Ferguson’s 3-point lead to reduce Colgate’s deficit to two points, with 12:23 left, and the Raiders scored 7 of 8 points from a rough line of 12-2. 68-65 left 1:24 ahead. Guee finished the driving phase through contact and hit the -1 penalty kick, and after Cummings missed a 3-point quick shot, Hugley made it 70-68 with 19 seconds left.

Before William Jeffress took a 1/2 free kick, Femi Odukale blocked Cummings ’potential tie jump and completed the score with 1.1 seconds left.

Odukale, who missed last Friday’s game against Virginia due to an ankle injury, came off the bench and played 22 minutes for Pitt. The 6-foot 5 sophomores, who were second on the team in scoring (12.1 per game) and first in assists (3.7), scored 4 to 0. hit and finished with 3 points: 3 out of 8 points. free pass and three assists.

Hugley scored his second personal goal when the attacker was called up for an offense with 8:44 left in the first half and scored four points nine minutes before the break.

Hugley scored two penalty kicks and Cummings ’substitution led to a dunk by Gueye. Hugley then stole a pass from the top of the key and went from shore to shore for another 51 seconds in the second half, leading the Panthers 37-33. Ryan Moffatt took a 1/2 penalty kick for the Riders before Jeffress hit the reverse jump, and Hughley added a spark to 10-2, giving Pitt the biggest advantage of the game in 47-36 in 14 minutes. to play

Cummings led the Raiders (4-6) with 17 points, and Taker Richardson added 12 points, five rebounds and five assists.

Colgate is 1-2 against conference teams on the Atlantic coast this season. The Raiders lost to NC State 77-74 on Nov. 13 and Syracuse 100-85 on Nov. 20.

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