Division III: Chicago’s Matt Johnson hit a three-pointer at the buzzer to give Chicago the win and Johnson a school-record and University Athletic Association-record 49 points. He scored 44 points in his previous game to tie the school record.
Greg Mangano of Yale scored 17 points; none of his teammates scored more than four points. Only Towson in a 60-27 loss to Drexel on January 4th played a game in which only one player scored more than four points.
Siena’s O.D. Anosike poured in 21 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in the Saints' 66-55 win over Marist on Friday to record his 16th consecutive double-double. According to Siena, Anosike's streak is now tied for the third longest in Division I since 1996-97. Fairfield's Darren Phillip recorded 19 straight double-doubles in the 1999-2000 season. Next on the list for Anosike is Tim Duncan, who posted 17 straight in the 1996-97 campaign.