EASTON, Pa. (AP) Seth Hinrichs scored 22 points and grabbed nine rebounds to lift Lafayette over Navy 64-47 Saturday in the Patriot League opener for both teams.
Tony Johnson and Joey Ptasinski each went 6 of 10 from the field for 14 points for Lafayette (8-10), which has won three straight and five of their last seven after starting the season 3-8.
Lafayette rallied to take its first lead, 17-16, with 6:06 left in the first half. Lafayette closed the half on an 8-2 run, which carried over to the second half, where the Leopards jumped ahead 32-20 3 minutes in.
The Midshipmen (6-11) cut the deficit to 32-30 with 15:44 left to play, but Lafayette outscored Navy 15-2 over the next 5 minutes to pull away. Ptasinski capped the run with a 3-pointer.
Brandon Venturini hit a season-high seven 3s en route to 23 points for Navy.
CSN's Brian Mitchell, one of the best punt returners in NFL history, is helping former Navy QB Keenan Reynolds to reinvent himself in advance of the 2016 NFL Draft.
While learning to play another position to increase his chances of getting drafted or making a roster, Reynolds showed off his ability to field punts. And he's already pretty good.
Watch the full segment featuring Mitchell, Reynolds, and CSN's Rob Carlin in the video player above.
Virginia Tech cornerback Adonis Alexander and defensive end Houshun Gaines have been indefinitely suspended from the football team, the school announced via a release on Tuesday.
Though no reason was given in the release, Andy Bitter of the Roanoke Times reported that both players were arrested on Sunday morning for marijuana possession. Gaines was also charged with underage possession/purchase of alcohol.
The chargers are misdemeanors and both players are scheduled to appear in Montgomery County District Court in June.
The arrests came just hours after Virginia Tech's spring game which was played on Saturday. Alexander, a sophomore, started eight games last season as a true freshman and was expected to to be a starter this fall at corner along with Brandon Facyson.
Gaines is a redshirt freshman and registered two sacks on Saturday while playing with the first team defense.
Turns out only one senior from last season's Georgetown team is leaving the Hilltop.
Bradley Hayes has been granted a fifth-year of eligibility by the NCAA, CSNmidatlantic.com confirmed after Hayes revealed the news Friday night at the team's season-ending banquet.
Little used during his first three years at Georgetown, Hayes blossomed into a reliable interior force for the Hoyas last season. The 7-footer averaged 8.7 points, 6.7 rebounds and 1.0 block in 27 games. He missed six games during conference play with a broken hand. Georgetown lost all six games before Hayes returned for two games in the Big East Tournament.
Hayes only played 14 minutes as a freshman in part because of family matters, but three came late in the season during blowouts. The Hoyas presumably requested an extra season based on this inactivity, though the late season minutes could have jeopardized hopes.
The Hoyas will lose leading scorer D'Vauntes Smith-Rivera to graduation this spring.
Seniors give speeches at the banquet. Hayes walked to the podium, but told the crowd he'd back next season before walking off. The program released an announcement late Friday night.
Georgetown recently added graduate transfer swingman Rodney Pryor and JUCO guard Jonathan Mulmore. Those moves left the Hoyas without an available scholarship, which means a current Hoya must leave or go off scholarship with Hayes returning.
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