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McClinton lifts Hurricanes
By ASSOCIATED PRESS
Published November 18, 2006
EVANSVILLE, Ind. - Jack McClinton scored 17 on 5-for-11 shooting to lead Miami to a 74-69 victory over Evansville on Friday in the America's Youth Classic opener.
McClinton hit three 3-pointers and was 4-for-6 from the free-throw line for the Hurricanes (3-0). Anthony King grabbed 15 rebounds and James Dews had four steals in 14 minutes for Miami, which had 26 second-chance points. Matt Webster, who scored a game-high 26, was 10-for-18 to lead the Purple Aces.
McClinton's 3-pointer with 6:27 remaining gave Miami its first lead as the Hurricanes outrebounded Evansville 45-29.
MIAMI (OHIO) 52, FAMU 33: Tim Pollitz scored 16 for the host RedHawks as the Rattlers (1-2) shot 12-for-48 overall. FAMU was led by Lamar Twitty's eight points.
OLD DOMINION 70, FAU 55: Arnaud Dahi scored 20 to overcome 17 from Paul Graham as the Owls fell to 0-3.
TAMPA 76, GOLDEY-BEACOM 70: Chris King scored 21 and the host Spartans improved to 2-0.
ECKERD 90, WEST GEORGIA 87: The Tritons held on at the Tampa Classic to win the season opener.
FIU 74, ALCORN STATE 61: The Panthers improved to 1-2 behind 22 points from Johwen Villegas.
NO. 5 OHIO ST. 74, E. KENTUCKY 45: Freshman sub Daequan Cook hit his first seven shots and finished with 22 points to lead the host Buckeyes in Columbus.
NO. 12 TEXAS A&M 94, LAMAR 60: Joseph Jones scored 19 to lead the host Aggies at the inaugural Shelby Metcalf Classic.
NO. 4 PITTSBURGH 78, NORTHEASTERN 52: Aaron Gray overpowered undersized Northeastern for 24 points and 14 rebounds despite sitting out much of the second half for the host Panthers.
NO. 19 TEXAS 77, ST. JOHN'S 76: Kevin Durant scored 29 for the Longhorns in the third-place game of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic in New York. Anthony Mason's 3-pointer with a second left bounced off the rim.
NO. 21 UCONN 88, C. ARKANSAS 59: Freshman Jerome Dyson scored 20 for the host Huskies in the opening round of the Hispanic College Fund Classic in Hartford.
DEPAUL 71, EASTERN ILLINOIS 41: Karron Clarke scored 12 for the host Blue Demons.
VILLANOVA 81, COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON 68: Curtis Sumpter scored 17 for Villanova in the opening round of the Paradise Jam tournament in Charlotte Amalie, U.S. Virgin Islands. Villanova will play Xavier, and College of Charleston faces Virginia Commonwealth on Sunday in the second round.
NO. 7 LSU 96, NICHOLLS ST. 42: Senior Darnell Lazare scored 16 and grabbed 10 rebounds to record his first double-double for the host Tigers.
NO. 10 ALABAMA 71, MIDDLE TENN. 62: Ronald Steele had 20 points and four assists to lead the Crimson Tide in the Paradise Jam in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
NO. 22 KENTUCKY 79, MISS. VALLEY ST. 56: Ramel Bradley had a career-high 21 points for the host Wildcats in coach Tubby Smith's 500th game as a college coach. Smith is now 367-133.
AUBURN 95, WINSTON-SALEM ST. 62: Frank Tolbert led the host Tigers with 21 points.
MISSISSIPPI 70, FAIRFIELD 67: Clarence Sanders scored 21 for the Rebels in the Hispanic College Fund Classic at the Hartford Civic Center in Connecticut.
MARYLAND 62, MICHIGAN ST. 60: D.J. Strawberry scored 17 for the Terrapins, who shot 55 percent from the field to win the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic in New York. The Terrapins only scored two points over the final 3½ minutes.
N.C. STATE 63, DELAWARE STATE 43: Brandon Costner scored a career-high 20 for the host Wolfpack.
WAKE FOREST 73, ELON 48: Kyle Visser had 20 points for the host Demon Deacons.
CLEMSON 79, APPALACHIAN ST. 49: K.C. Rivers came off the bench to score a career-high 24 for the host Tigers, playing their fifth game in seven days.
NO. 18 CAL 88, FLORIDA 60: Devanei Hampton scored 19 off the bench and grabbed nine rebounds for the Golden Bears in the opening game of the Timeout for HIV/AIDS Tip-off Classic in Malibu, Calif. Marshae Dotson had 14 points for the Gators (1-2).
FSU 64, SE MISSOURI STATE 50: Tanae Davis-Cain scored 21 for the visiting Seminoles (3-0).
NORTHWOOD 62, SAINT LEO 60: Marquita Fenn scored 21 at the Sleep Inn Classic, but the host Lions lost to the Seahawks, who were playing the program's first-ever game.
NO. 1 MARYLAND 82, TCU 64: Laura Harper scored a career-high 27 for the host Terrapins at the BTI Classic.
NO. 2 NORTH CAROLINA 90, ELON 36: Ivory Latta had 21 points for the host Tar Heels.
NO. 3 OKLAHOMA 92, E. KENTUCKY 79: Courtney Paris scored 24 for the Sooners in Honolulu.
NO. 6 DUKE 71, MARIST 50: Abby Waner and Carrem Gay scored 14 apiece for the host Blue Devils.
NO. 12 PURDUE 88, WASHINGTON 64: Katie Gearlds scored 31 to lead the host Boilermakers.
NO. 17 MICHIGAN ST. 68, BUCKNELL 51: Allyssa DeHaan scored 15 for the host Spartans.
SOUTH DAKOTA ST. 67, NO. 19 USC 63: Megan Vogel scored 22 for the host Jackrabbits.
NO. 23 NEW MEXICO 63, NO. 25 TEXAS 60: Julie Briody scored 18, including two free throws with 57 seconds left, for the host Lobos.
NO. 23 DEPAUL 86, YALE 60: China Threatt scored 18 to lead the hosts in the semifinals of the Blue Demon Invitational.