Nov. 5, 2012
BALTIMORE - Seton Hill University used a 15-5 run midway through the second half to take a nine-point lead with just under nine minutes to play, and the Griffins held off Loyola University Maryland, 72-67, Monday night in an exhibition men's basketball game.
The Greyhounds led 49-48 on a traditional 3-point play by Erik Etherly with 13:12 to play, but Nate Perry hit two 3-pointers, wrapped around a Maiachi Leonard basket for Seton Hill and a Tyler Hubbard jumper for Loyola, sparking the Griffins' run.
Loyola got back within three, 70-67, on two Etherly free throws with 1:25 to play, but Seton Hill held the Greyhounds scoreless the rest of the way.
Five Griffins scored in double figures, led by David Windsor's 14.
The Greyhounds open the regular season on Friday night with a 7:30 p.m. game against Binghamton University in Reitz Arena.