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Georgetown Hoyas (19-13)


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vs. SetonH 
W 77-71
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@ DePaul 
L 69-101
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@ Marq 
W 86-84
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@ SetonH 
L 57-73
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Powell goes off in 1st half, Seton Hall beats G'Town 73-57

NEW YORK (AP) Myles Powell was working the crowd and working over Georgetown in a rousing first half at Madison Square Garden.

Powell scored 29 points in the first half to set a Big East Tournament record and lead Seton Hall to a 73-57 victory against Georgetown in the quarterfinals Thursday night.

The Pirates brought plenty of fans from New Jersey with them to Manhattan, and Powell had them partying.

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Leaders
Points: J. Govan17.3
Rebounds: J. Govan7.6
Assists: J. Akinjo5.3
FG%: J. Govan49.8%
FT%: J. Akinjo81.0%
3P%: J. Akinjo38.9%
Steals: J. Akinjo1.0
Blocks: J. Govan1.3
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Duke29-5
2 Virginia29-3
3 North Carolina27-6
4 Gonzaga30-3
5 Michigan State28-6
6 Tennessee29-5
7 Kentucky27-6
8 Michigan28-6
9 Texas Tech26-6
10 Florida State27-7
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Duke29-5
2 Virginia29-3
3 Gonzaga30-3
4 North Carolina27-6
5 Tennessee29-5
6 Michigan State28-6
7 Kentucky27-6
8 Michigan28-6
9 Houston31-3
10 Texas Tech26-6
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Big East Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
23 Villanova 13-5 25-9
Marquette 12-6 24-9
Seton Hall 9-9 20-13
Georgetown 9-9 19-13
Creighton 9-9 18-14
Xavier 9-9 18-15
St. John's 8-10 21-12
Providence 7-11 18-15
Butler 7-11 16-16
DePaul 7-11 15-15
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 79.9 (32)
Rebounds: 10.8 (110)
Assists: 16.6 (15)
FG%: 44.5% (169)
FT%: 73.5% (83)
3P%: 35.9% (105)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 78.3 (332)
Rebounds: 28.9 (12)
Assists: 15.1 (315)
FG%: 43.1% (143)
FT%: 71.3% (236)
3P%: 34.3% (197)
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