WASHINGTON (AP) Isaiah Armwood had 11 points and 14 rebounds, and George Washington opened the second half on a 9-0 run en route to a 78-59 victory against St. Bonaventure in the Atlantic 10 Conference opener for both teams.
Lasan Kromah scored 14 points, and Patricio Garino and Kethan Savage added 12 each for the Colonials (7-7).
Chris Johnson led the Bonnies (7-7) with 17 points, Demitrius Conger had 11 and Eric Mosley 10. St. Bonaventure has lost four in a row.
George Washington shot 57.1 percent from the field (28 of 49), 50 percent from beyond the arc (6 of 12) and 66.7 percent from the foul line (16 of 24). St. Bonaventure shot 39 percent from the field (23 of 59), 16.7 percent on 3-pointers (3 of 18) and 10 of 11 from the line.
The Colonials' bench outscored the Bonnies 34-12 and bettered them 16-6 in assists.
BALTIMORE (AP) -- Dylan Bundy allowed two runs over seven innings in another strong start at Camden Yards, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the New York Yankees 3-2 Monday to snap a seven-game losing streak.
Jonathan Schoop had two RBIs to help the Orioles end their longest skid since a nine-game drought in 2011. Baltimore took a 3-1 lead with two unearned runs in the third inning and held on to improve the AL's best home record to 16-7.
Aaron Judge hit his major league-leading 17th home run for the first-place Yankees in this AL East matchup.
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Bundy (6-3) gave up seven hits, struck out three and walked one. The right-hander is 4-1 with a 2.23 ERA in six home starts this season.
Darren O'Day worked a perfect eighth and Brad Brach got three straight outs for his 10th save in 13 tries.
Yankees rookie Jordan Montgomery (2-4) allowed three runs, one earned, in 4 1-3 innings.
Any NCAA Championship deserves an explosive celebration because of the guaranteed adversity faced and collective team effort to go all the way. The Maryland men's lacrosse team — in addition to its challenging 16-3 season — has been fighting four decades' worth of adversity on its way to its first title since the 1975 season.
But when the Terrapins took down Ohio State — which handed Maryland one of its losses in overtime this season — on Monday, 9-6, for the championship, they gave the school, the athletic department and its fan base an extra boost of Terps pride after the women's team claimed its third title in four seasons Sunday. It's also just the third time in NCAA lacrosse history — or since the women began playing in 1982 — a school's men's and women's teams returned to the same campus as champions in the same season.
Last season, both North Carolina teams won their respective championships, and before that, there was only Princeton in 1994.
Topping Boston College on Sunday to cap a perfect, undefeated season, the women's program reaffirmed its power, earning its 13th championship — the most of any school and six more than second-place Northwestern — while the men opened what could be a new era of Terrapin dominance.
It's a special lacrosse weekend for Maryland, and its fans should cherish the rarity of their men's and women's teams rising to the top of the NCAA. UConn's basketball teams have done it a couple times, and it happens in sports like swimming relatively often. But in lacrosse, both teams being the best in the nation is truly exceptional, and it deserves to be celebrated as much as the individual championships themselves.
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