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Washington (Mo.) Athletics | February 23, 2014

DIII: Washington (Mo.) wins on Senior Day

ST. LOUIS -- Third-ranked Washington (Mo.) celebrated Senior Day with a thrilling 83-79 win against Carnegie Mellon on Sunday afternoon at the WU Field House.

Washington U. ended the game on a 12-0 run in the final 2:42 to extend its winning steak to 17 games and improve its overall record to 22-2. The Bears remain undefeated in University Athletic Association play with a 13-0 mark.

Prior to the contest, Washington U. honored its five senior players -- Alan Aboona, Tim Cooney, Chris Klimek, Will Patt and Jordan Rapp -- and senior manager Adam Lowenstein. This group has compiled a 76-27 (.738) overall record in their four seasons with three consecutive NCAA tournament appearances and three-straight UAA titles, including this year.

Cooney scored 14 of his game-high 26 points in the second half and hit a career-high four 3-pointers in the win. Aboona added 17 points and junior Nick Burt recorded his first career double-double with 15 points and a career-high 13 rebounds.'

Washington U. shot 46.6 percent (27 of 58) from the field and hit 20 of 32 from the free-throw line. The Bears turned 13 offensive rebounds into 13 second-chance points, and outrebounded Carnegie Mellon 45-29 for the game.

Christian Manoli (14 points), Seth Cordts (13), Asad Meghani (13) and Rashuan Riley (12) all scored in double figures for Carnegie Mellon, which dropped to 11-13, 4-9 in the UAA. The Tartans, who have lost eight of the past 10 games, connected on 10 of 25 3-pointers.

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