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Washington, DC (Sports Network) – Jessie Sapp scored 17 points to lead sixth-
ranked Georgetown to a 73-61 victory over Seton Hall at the Verizon Center. Antonio Brown Womens Jersey . Roy Hibbert and
Patrick Ewing Jr. each chipped in 16 points for the Hoyas (18-2, 8-1 Big East),
who have won five straight and 10 of their last 11 games. Hibbert also grabbed
nine rebounds as Georgetown dominated the boards, outrebounding Seton Hall
49-21. Brian Laing led all scorers with 24 points for Seton Hall (15-7, 5-4),
which had a five-game winning streak stopped. Eugene Harvey added 13 points for
the Pirates, who finished 20 points below their season average of 81.8 points
per game. The Hoyas carried a seven-point lead to the intermission, then
increased it to 12 in the early stages of the second half when Sapp drilled a
three-pointer for a 42-30 advantage. Seton Hall clawed back with the next eight
points and pulled within 42-38 on a three-pointer by Jeremy Hazell with just
under 12 minutes remaining. It was just a five-point game five minutes later,
but the Hoyas broke it open with a 17-4 run. Ewing and Austin Freeman each
scored six points during the burst, and Freemans jumper with just over two
minutes left gave Georgetown a comfortable 66-48 cushion. The Pirates got only
as close as 11 in the final minute. Georgetown scored the games first six
points, but Seton Hall followed with the next six and it remained tight until
the closing minutes of the opening half. DaJuan Summers drained a three-pointer
with just over five minutes left to snap a 21-21 tie and ignite a run of six
straight Hoya points. The Pirates cut the deficit to three points on a pair of
Paul Gause free throws with just over two minutes to play, but Georgetown scored
the last four points to take a 33-26 edge to the break. Sapp led Georgetown with
nine points in the opening 20 minutes, while Summers and Hibbert each chipped in
eight. Laing scored 10 for Seton Hall, which was outrebounded 24-10 in the first
half. The Hoyas hurt themselves with 13 turnovers. Game Notes Ewing was 4-of-4
from the field and hit 7-of-8 free throws..Summers did not score in the second
half and finished with eight points, while Freeman also scored eight..The Hoyas
connected on only 4-of-14 three-point tries, but hit 25-of-31 from the
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