HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) -- Antoine Agudio tied his career high with
22 points and Hofstra easily beat Delaware 79-65 Saturday.
Aurimas Kieza followed with 17 points, one more than Lauren
Stokes, for the Pride (4-1, 1-0 Colonial Athletic Association), who
won their third game in five days.
Adrian Uter, who had nine points, pulled down 11 rebounds as
Hofstra outrebounded Delaware 45-27. The Pride also made 21 of 22
Harding Nana's 20 points led the Blue Hens (2-5, 0-2), who
trailed 43-25 at the half en route to their fourth straight loss.
With the score 6-4 less than 4 minutes into the game, the Pride
scored 20 straight points to take command. Kieza scored six points
during the run.
The Blue Hens opened the second half on a 16-6 spurt to get as
close as 49-41 on a pair of foul shots by Cannon at 14:26.
Agudio, fouled on a successful 3-point basket, converted the
free throw to spark a 12-1 run that turned the game into a rout.