Kieza scored 10 straight during a 12-2 run that put Hofstra
ahead 66-43 with 10:17 remaining. Hofstra led by as many as 28 the
rest of the way.
Hofstra jumped out to a 12-2 lead, but William & Mary (8-17,
3-13) cut that to 17-15 off a 13-5 run capped by back-to-back
layups by Peter Stein. Hofstra again stretched its lead to 10 and
led 33-42 at halftime.
Hofstra shot 73.9 percent in the first half and 56.1 percent for
the game, compared to 37.5 percent shooting for the Tribe.
Calvin Baker was the only William & Mary player to score in
double figures with 14 points. The Tribe were outrebounded 37-24.
Uter set a school record for consecutive field goals made. He
made 6 of 6, all in the first half, after hitting his final 12
shots in Saturday's win over Siena. The 18 straight baskets also is
seven shy of the NCAA record, which has stood since 1978.