Cannon scores 26 with 15 boards, Fall scores 8 in OT; St. Francis (NY) tops LIU Brooklyn 74-69



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NEW YORK — Jalen Cannon became Saint Francis (NY)'s career scoring leader, and Amdy Fall scored all eight of his points in overtime to help the Terriers beat LIU Brooklyn 74-69 on Thursday night.

Cannon finished with 26 points and 15 rebounds and moved into first place on the school's career-scoring list with 1,667.

Brent Jones had 12 points and Lowell Ulmer 11 for St. Francis (21-9, 15-2 Northeast Conference), which has won nine in a row. Fall finished with nine rebounds and six blocks.

Jones had three assists, moving him into sixth on the NEC career assist list.

Two free throws by Fall started a 7-0 run which gave St. Francis a 71-66 lead with 58 seconds left in overtime.

Gerrell Martin converted a three-point play to pull LIU Brooklyn (12-16, 8-9) within two, but Fall and Jones combined to go 3 of 6 from the stripe, and the Blackbirds went scoreless, from there.

Martin and Nura Zanna scored 12 apiece for LIU Brooklyn.

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