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Fairleigh Dickinson upsets Seton Hall 58-54
FAIR DICKINSON 58, SETON HALL 54

By ED BARMAKIAN
Associated Press

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- Point guard Sidney Sanders scored 23 points
and handed out nine assists in leading Fairleigh Dickinson to a
58-54 upset victory over Seton Hall on Sunday afternoon at the
Prudential Center.

Sanders sank two free throws with 20.2 seconds showing for a
57-54 lead and added one foul shot with five seconds left to
seal it. Scooter Gillette, who made a big block down the
stretch, ended with 15 points for FDU (3-6), which has defeated
in-state New Jersey colleges, Rutgers and Seton Hall in
consecutive games.

It was just the fourth victory for FDU against Seton Hall in 21
meetings, the last coming in 2006.

Fuquan Edwin had 16 points and Brian Oliver netted 12 for Seton
Hall (4-3).

Gillette's block of Brandon Mobley's shot in the paint preserved
a 55-54 lead and led to the two foul shots by Sanders.

Sanders drove for a layup and then fed Mathias Seilund for a
3-pointer to give FDU a 55-51 lead with 2:13 to go.

Sanders and Gillette fueled a 9-3 burst that put FDU ahead,
42-36, with 10:20 showing. Gillette drove the baseline for a
dunk and converted a three-point play while Sanders hit two foul
shots and a layup in the run.

Seton Hall had taken its first lead of the second half when
Edwin drained a 3-pointer from the corner and Brandon Mobley
threw down a one-handed dunk off an offensive board to give the
Hall a 27-26 edge. FDU answered with seven quick points - a
Sanders fast-break layup, a Gillette jumper and Seilund's
3-pointer - to regain a 33-27 lead with 16:35 to go.

Brian Oliver's 3-pointer and a three-point play by Eugene Teague
had evened it up at 33-33 for the Pirates.

A 13-4 run by FDU in the first half gave the Knights an 18-10
lead. Sanders had nine points, six assists and three steals as
FDU took a 26-22 advantage into the break.

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