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PS New Ken falls to Slippery Rock

| Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013, 12:12 a.m.

Penn State New Kensington dropped its eighth straight game, falling at NCAA Division II Slippery Rock, 80-41, on Monday night in nonconference play.

Rock guard Maxx Rynd had 13 points, seven rebounds and four assists in his first career start. Three other Slippery Rock (8-2) players scored in double figures, including Maurice Lewis-Brooks with 16 points.

Tim Jones scored a team-high 13 points for Penn State New Kensigton (1-8). Matt Sutton added 10 points.

PSNK shot 13 for 50 from the floor and was outrebounded 49-24.

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