Duquesne rolls in 2nd half, beats Loyola Marymount in Bahamas | TribLIVE.com

Duquesne rolls in 2nd half, beats Loyola Marymount in Bahamas

Associated Press

BIMINI, Bahamas — Michael Hughes and reserve Lamar Norman Jr. scored 12 points apiece, and Duquesne dominated the second half and rolled to a 71-50 victory over Loyola Marymount on Sunday at the Junkanoo Jam.

Baylee Steele came off the bench to score 10 with seven rebounds for the unbeaten Dukes (6-0). Duquesne trailed by two points at halftime before outscoring the Lions (2-3) 43-24 after intermission.

Erik Johansson hit three 3-pointers and led LMU with 11 points. Eli Scott added 10 points, four rebounds and four assists.

Loyola Marymount shot 42% overall but just 33% (5 of 15) from beyond the arc. The Lions made only 5 of 10 at the free-throw line. Duquesne shot 46% from the floor and buried 12 of 29 from distance (41%). The Dukes sank 7 of 8 foul shots.

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