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Recap: Marist , Columbia
Date: December 28, 2019 2:00 PM EDT
  

NEW YORK (AP) Mike Smith scored 16 points and Columbia pulled away in the second half to beat Marist 69-54 on Saturday in the Red Foxes' final nonconference game of the season.

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Smith had scored 20 or more points in the previous eight consecutive games, the first Columbia player to do that since David Newmark had 13 straight 20-point games in 1965-66.

Randy Brumant added 12 points and four assists for the Lions (4-9), who ended a four-game skid and outscored Marist 44-28 in the second half. Jake Killingsworth scored 11 points with three 3-pointers and Luke Bolster added eight points, four rebounds and four assists.

Marist led 26-25 at halftime on Matthew Herasme's 3-pointer after the Red Foxes held the Lions without a field goal in the final 7:04.

Smith tied it at 28 with a free throw early in the second half and Columbia pulled ahead 57-42 on a 12-3 run capped by Killingsworth's 3-pointer with 5:37 left and led by as many as 17.

Tyler Sagl scored 13 points and Michael Cubbage added 12 for Marist (1-9), which shot 37% from the field in losing its ninth straight. Herasme and Jack Cavanaugh scored 11 apiece.

Marist hosts Quinnipiac on Friday to open Mid-American Athletic Conference play. Columbia hosts Albany (NY) on Monday.

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 CLOSING LAS VEGAS LINE
 Team  ML   SPR   O/U 
 MARIST  +375   +9   127 
 COLU  -500   -9   
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 Team  ML   SPR   O/U 
 MARIST  29%   93%   100% 
 COLU  71%   7%   0% 
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 NCAA BK RECAPS
 Saturday, Dec 28
 
  •  Brown at Duke
11:30 AM EDT
  •  Long Beach State at Florida
12:00 PM EDT
  •  American at Georgetown
12:00 PM EDT
  •  Central Michigan at Purdue
12:00 PM EDT
  •  Youngstown St at Indiana Purdue
12:00 PM EDT
  •  Wisconsin Milwaukee at NORTHERN KY
1:00 PM EDT
  •  St Peters at Hampton
1:00 PM EDT
  •  New Orleans at Memphis
1:30 PM EDT
  •  Wisconsin at Tennessee
1:30 PM EDT
  •  Toledo at Bradley
2:00 PM EDT
  •  Marist at Columbia
2:00 PM EDT
  •  College of Charleston at Drexel
2:00 PM EDT
  •  North Alabama at Florida State
2:00 PM EDT
  •  Bucknell at LaSalle
2:00 PM EDT
  •  Central Arkansas at Marquette
2:00 PM EDT
  •  Northeastern at Towson
2:00 PM EDT
  •  Wisconsin-Green Bay at Wright State
2:00 PM EDT
  •  Texas Southern at Arizona State
3:00 PM EDT
  •  Detroit at Oakland
3:00 PM EDT
  •  Eastern Michigan at UNLV
3:00 PM EDT
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3:45 PM EDT
  •  La Monroe at Butler
4:00 PM EDT
  •  E Kentucky at East Carolina
4:00 PM EDT
  •  LONGWOOD at George Washington
4:00 PM EDT
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4:00 PM EDT
  •  Hofstra at James Madison
4:00 PM EDT
  •  Florida International at Minnesota
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  •  Fairfield at Wagner
4:00 PM EDT
  •  Eastern Washington at Weber State
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  •  Cal State Fullerton at UCLA
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7:00 PM EDT
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7:00 PM EDT
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7:30 PM EDT
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9:00 PM EDT
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  •  Cal Riverside at Fresno State
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  •  Idaho at Idaho State
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  •  Northern Arizona at Montana
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  •  Pacific at UC Irvine
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  •  Morgan State at Loy Marymount
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