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eensland Reds 35-20 for a fourth straig

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Indiana (7-2) had its three-game win streak snapped. Final Score: (7) Villanova 73, Illinois 59 New York, NY ( - Dylan Ennis scored 12 of his 18 points in the final 10 minutes to help the No. 7 Villanova pull away from Illinois, 73-59, in Game 1 of the Jimmy V Classic from Madison Square Garden. Daniel Ochefu and Darrun Hilliard both scored 12 points for Villanova (9-0), which improved to 3-0 in New York this season. The Wildcats beat VCU and Michigan -- both ranked teams at the time -- at Barclays Center earlier this season to win the Legends Classic. Josh Hart added 10 points off the bench. The Wildcats are one of just 10 undefeated teams in the nation despite not having a single 20- point scorer this season. Illinois (7-2) fell despite a career-high 20 points for Malcolm Hill. Final Score: (11) Wichita State 77, Seton Hall 68 Wichita, KS ( - Ron Baker scored 22 points to lead an efficient effort from Wichita State that carried the 11th-ranked Shockers to a 77-68 victory over previously undefeated Seton Hall. Baker finished 9-of-11 from the field and hit all three of his 3-point tries, while Darius Carter recorded 16 points on 8-of-12 shooting and added 12 rebounds for Wichita State (6-1). Fred VanVleet contributed 18 points and eight assists to the Shockers 22nd straight win at Koch Arena. The Pirates (7-1) entered the matchup as one of only 11 remaining Division I teams with an unblemished record, but werent able to handle the step up in competition in their toughest test to date. Seton Hall did get a game-high 23 points out of Isaiah Whitehead and 19 from Sterling Gibbs, but were plagued by 18 turnovers and trailed by as many as 21 before making a late push. Final Score: (14) Iowa State 73, UMKC 56 Ames, IA ( - Bryce Dejean-Jones scored 22 points on 9-of-12 shooting to lead No. 14 Iowa State to a 73-56 win over UMKC Tuesday. Dejean- Jones paced all scorers, and Monte Morris chipped in 13 points with five assists and three steals for the Cyclones (6-1). Georges Niang was only 1-of-4 from the field, but he finished the game with nine points, seven rebounds and seven assists. Frank Williams Jr. led UMKC (3-7) with 14 points and added a pair of steals. He was followed closely by Collin Jennings with 11 points off the bench, including 3-of-4 shooting from beyond the arc. Martez Harrison contributed 10 points and five boards. Final Score: (25) Notre Dame 93, Mount St. Marys 67 South Bend, IN ( - Jerian Grant, Zach Auguste and Steve Vasturia all scored 19 points as No. 25 Notre Dame shot the lights out in a 93-67 rout of Mount St. Marys on Tuesday. The Irish (9-1) snuck into the top-25 this week with an overtime victory over nationally-ranked Michigan State and have won five in a row since losing to Providence on Nov. 23. They entered Tuesdays game with the best field goal percentage in the nation (55.8 percent) and bettered it by making 59.0 percent of their shots. Demetrius Jackson added 15 points for Notre Dame, while Chris Martin led Mount St. Marys (2-5) with 19 points on the strength of five 3-pointers. Keith Hernandez Jersey . -- A year ago, Flavia Pennetta was close to retiring from tennis. St. Louis Cardinals Jerseys . The Durban-based Sharks withstood a furious second-half fightback to beat the Queensland Reds 35-20 for a fourth straight win which gave them a five-point lead atop the championship table. The Hamilton-based Chiefs scored two late tries to beat the Cape Town-based Stormers 36-20 for their third win, after the Stormers rallied from 24-6 down to 24-20 with six minutes remaining. ... er-jersey/. 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"I have a feeling he wants to play," said Murray. "That was certainly something he wanted to look at again further and whether that will be the final answer or not I dont know at this point." If he and Alfredsson do agree on a new deal, Murray cant officially re-sign him until the free agency window opens July 5. Murray says he expects it would only be a one-year contract. "He felt good when he talked to me," said Murray. "He said he felt healthy. He hadnt worked out much, but wanted to do that starting this week and I think thats all he was waiting for was to feel good about another summer of working hard and getting ready for a hockey season." Murray said having Alfredsson "is better than most free agents we could get." The Senators have the 17th overall selection and while they believe they can get a solid player, Murray has been trying to move up. Murray has had discussions with a number of general managers, but said nothing has materialized as of yet. Its anticipated the asking price to move up could be fairly steep. "I think it would be difficult to move up from the indications Ive gotten," said Murray. "I havent even gotten a price to move up, but as Ive been told by a couple managers its hard to move back to 17 from where (they) are." Murray has said he wouldnt shy away from moving some of the teams younger prospects if it meant he could improve the team, but its unlikely he would give up too much to just move up a few spots. If anything, Murray is looking to trade for a twenty-something player that can come inn and make an immediate impact for the club.dddddddddddd The Senators have seven selections this year, but just one in the first round and one in the third. Ottawas second-round pick will go to the St. Louis Blues as the result of last years trade that sent Ben Bishop to the Senators in exchange for this pick. While the Senators say they just want to pick the best player available, it appears they have a preference. "If you go back and look at past drafts its tough to get an impact defenceman at that point so Ill let you guys figure that out," said assistant general manager Tim Murray. "I would say the percentages say it would be a forward, but maybe a D drops." The Senators have set their sights on a handful of players and in an effort to get to know them better, four were brought in a couple of weeks ago for more extensive interviews. "Most of the time at 17 the player wont play for you right away, but I think youre looking at someone in the short term that can still do something," said director of player personnel Pierre Dorion. The Senators are preparing for every possible scenario. They have studied players right from the top of the list all the way through to the 150th in the event a deal gets made. Dorion joked that the most intense discussions can often be about players ranked 78th or 79th. "That could be our third-round pick or our fourth-round pick and we have to be prepared for that scenario," he said. Dorion is also quick to add that everyone on the scouting staff has a voice and there have already been healthy discussions regarding the teams first-round pick. This will be Murrays seventh draft with the Senators and if history is any indication, its likely the Senators selections will be players from North America or Sweden. Murray has also shown an affinity for drafting local talent. "Right from the start Bryan and Tim have said if theres a good player and hes from the area then we should definitely consider him," said Dorion. "Choosing a local player is beneficial to both parties." 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