(8-22, 2-14 away)
(17-13, 10-5 home)
Venue: SEFCU Arena
2:25PM ET / 11:25AM PT, March 09, 2013
||R Cook 24
||M Garner 7
||Q Jones 3
||N Sikma 17
||M Nwakamma 6
||Y Moore 4
Maryland-Baltimore County squared off with Hartford on Saturday, Mar. 9 and got the upset over the Hawks 69-62 in the quarterfinals of the America East Tournament. The Retrievers are now 2-1 against Hartford this season with the win. The Retrievers got the win with eight points and seven rebounds from Adrian Satchell. Ryan Cook also had a strong outing, scoring a game-high 24 points and adding two rebounds. For the Hawks, Nate Sikma finished with a team-high 17 points and four rebounds. Hartford (17-13) finished the regular season fourth in the America East with a 10-6 conference record.
Maryland-Baltimore County Game Notes
- UMBC beat the spread by 15 points.
- UMBC has won every game this season (7-0) after holding an opponent to under 39.2 percent field goal percentage.
- The Retrievers set a season high for field goal percentage (54.5).
- The last time UMBC had a field goal percentage of 54.5 percent or higher was Feb 24, 2010 against New Hampshire.
- UMBC set a season low for blocks (zero).
- Maryland-Baltimore County has been outshot by their opponents in free throw percentage for the past five games.
- This is the second win of the season where the Retrievers came back after being down at halftime.
- Ryan Cook accounted for 34.7 percent of the team's points.
- The top two rebounders (Malik Garner and Adrian Satchell) accounted for 48.2 percent of the rebounds.
- Ryan Cook has led the team in scoring in 17 out of 30 games this season.
- This marks the fourth 20-point game of Brian Neller's career.
- This marks the 12th 20-point game of Ryan Cook's career.
- Ryan Cook has seven straight double-digit point games.
Hartford Game Notes
- The top two scorers (Nate Sikma and Mark Nwakamma) accounted for 48.3 percent of the points.
- Nate Sikma has led the team in scoring three times in 30 games this season.
- Mark Nwakamma has led the team in rebounding 14 times in 30 games this season.
- This was the sixth foul out of the season for Mark Nwakamma.