Suspended Cincinnati forward Yancy Gates apologized to everyone, from his family to his entire hometown, for throwing a blindside punch that left a bloody gash below the eye of a Xavier player.

Then, he broke down in tears.

The Bearcats made their four suspended players attend a news conference on Monday and apologize for their part in a brawl that ended eighth-ranked Xavier's 76-53 victory on Saturday and brought the city a lot of bad national publicity.

Lehigh 95, Arcadia 55 - Stefan Cvrkalj scored 19 points off the bench and the Mountain Hawks (9-3) glided to a win over the Division III Knights (5-4) in Bethlehem, Pa.  

Baruch 78, Rutgers-Camden 71 - The 5-5 Bearcats went on a 12-3 run early in the second half to break open a close game, then outlasted the Scarlet Raptors (2-5) in New York.

Sophomore forward Mike Payne (Conwell-Egan) scored a career-high 22 points for Rutgers.

Honorable mentions

Temple University senior guard Ramone Moore was named the Big Five player of the week. Moore shared the honor with Carl Jones of St. Joseph's. . . . Penn guard Tyler Bernardini was named Co-Ivy League player of the week along with Harvard junior Kyle Casey. . . . Widener junior Kate Dellinger was tabbed Commonwealth Conference women's basketball player of the week and Widener senior Jack Brennan (Sterling) was picked the league's men's basketball player of the week. . . . Elizabeth Coyne (Downingtown West) was named the Colonial States Athletic Conference women's basketball player of the week.