Sterling Gibbs scored 27 points, and center Eugene Teague collected 16 points and 15 rebounds to lead Seton Hall past Rutgers, 77-71, on Sunday at the Rutgers Athletic Center.

Gibbs sank two free throws with 1 minute, 25 seconds to go and two more with 23.9 on the clock to help seal it.

Seton Hall (6-3) snapped a three-game losing streak to in-state rival Rutgers (4-7).

Myles Mack led Rutgers with 20 points, and backcourt mate Jerome Seagers had 18. Teague earned the Joe Calabrese award as the game's most outstanding player.

Rider 90, Quinnipiac 78 - Daniel Stewart scored 25 points, one of three Rider players to score 20-plus, as the Broncs (4-4) beat the Bobcats (5-3) in Lawrenceville, N.J.

Jimmie Taylor had 21 points, and Anthony Myles added 20 for Rider. The Broncs only turned the ball over five times and made 45.3 percent of their shots, including 7 of 18 threes.

Ike Azotam scored 24 points for Quinnipiac.


Penn State 77, Georgetown 68 - Maggie Lucas scored 30 points and topped 2,000 for her career as the No. 10 Nittany Lions (6-2) survived a late comeback by the host Hoyas (5-3).

Katie McCormick scored all of her 17 points in the second half for Georgetown. After missing all five of her shots in the first half, McCormick made five three-pointers after intermission.

Lucas finished the game with 2,008 career points to pass Tanisha Wright for fifth place on Penn State's scoring list.

American 47, Drexel 41 - Sarah Curran led the Dragons (2-5) with nine points, but the Eagles (6-2) handed visiting Drexel its fourth loss in a row. Rachel Pearson and Meghan Creighton added eight points apiece for the Dragons.

Duke 94, Oklahoma 85 - Tricia Liston scored a season-high 23 points, and the No. 2 Blue Devils (10-0) gave coach Joanne P. McCallie her 500th career victory, beating the No. 17 Sooners (6-3) in Norman, Okla.