1. Senior Lamont "Momo" Jones scored 40 points against Quinnipiac, including a game tying three with 4.2 seconds left, but it wasn't enough as Iona lost in overtime 98-92. It wasn't his career high though. Last year he scored 43 in a win over Canisius. Junior Ike Azotam led the way for Quinnipiac with 21 points and 10 rebounds. And he nearly turned it into a triple-double (the bad way) with 9 turnovers.
2. St. Joes's trailed Notre Dame 66-58 with less than four minutes left in the game, but finished by scoring the final eight points of regulation. They then went on to outscore them 13-4 in the overtime, effectively ending the game on a 21-4 run.
3. Campbell scored 101 points in 73 possessions vs Appalachian State. That's 1.38 points per possession, their best offense since Dec 10, 2011. For Appalachian State, it was their worst defensive performance since per-possession data became available in 2000.
4. Bucknell senior Mike Muscala had his third straight double-double to start the season, this time with 18 points and 16 rebounds in a win over Niagra. Last season Muscala had 16 double-doubles.
5. D.J. Cooper of Ohio failed to score in double figures for the first time in a dozen games, but he had 14 assists and 4 steals in a blowout win against UNC-Wilmington. It was one short of the senior's career high of 15 assists (against Akron as a sophomore).