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Robert Morris

Robert Morris rips Howard for 1st win of season

Associated Press

TOLEDO, Ohio — Yannis Mendy and Josh Williams scored 14 points apiece as Robert Morris routed Howard, 85-65, on Friday in the Men Against Breast Cancer (MABC) Invitational.

Mendy made his first six shots from the floor and finished 7 of 8 for a career high in points. Dante Treacy added 13 points for the Colonials, and DJ Russell and Charles Bain each had 10.

Robert Morris used a 20-6 spurt in the first half to build a 32-18 lead.

Charles Williams had 26 points on 10-of-17 shooting for the Bison (0-4). Kyle Foster added 15 points.

Both teams take on Toledo the next time they take the floor. Robert Morris (1-3) will play the Rockets on Saturday, while Howard plays on Sunday.

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