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Mount St. Mary's edges New Orleans in First Four

(TSX / STATS) -- DAYTON - Junior Robinson is the smallest player on the court in every game he plays. But, the junior guard continues to come up big for Mount St. Mary's. He did so again Tuesday night, on college basketball's biggest stage.

The 5-foot-5 Robinson scored 23 points, including a go-ahead jumper with 1:29 left, and Miles Wilson added 17 points to lift Mount St. Mary's to a 67-66 victory over New Orleans in a NCAA Tournament First Four matchup of No. 16 seeds at University of Dayton Arena.

"We needed a bucket. Coach told me to keep it, and I went and got one," Robinson said. "We're living a dream right now. And in order to keep that dream going we've got to go out and compete against the best team."

Points: E. Thomas19.3
Rebounds: E. Thomas7.8
Assists: T. Thibodeaux3.3
FG%: E. Thomas58.8%
FT%: E. Thomas78.3%
3P%: C. Gill31.3%
Steals: C. Gill1.5
Blocks: M. Puou1.3
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