Posted December 01, 2011 on AP on Fox
C.J. Aiken had 13 points and nine blocks as Saint Joseph's defeated Drexel 62-48 on Wednesday night. Aiken, who tied his career-high in blocks, helped the Hawks set a school record with 16 rejections. That breaks the old record of 12 set against Cleveland State on Dec. 2, 1987. Halil Kanacevik added 12 points, while Langston Galloway and Carl Jones each had 11 for the Hawks (5-2). Trailing 18-16, Saint Joseph's broke it open with a 12-0 run, capped by Aiken's jumper with 1:36 to play in the first half. The Hawks largest advantage was 17 points and the lead never dipped below double digits in the final 16 minutes of the game. Drexel started off slowly, making only 8 of 28 field goal attempts in the first half. The Dragons (2-3) ended the night shooting 31.3 percent (20 of 64). Damion Lee led Drexel with 14 points.

Saint Joseph's Rejects Drexel, 62-49

Saint Joseph’s used a 12-1 run to end of the first half to break away from Drexel as the Hawks won their second straight home game by double digits, 62-49, over the Dragons. Saint Joe’s dominated inside, blocking 16 Drexel shots while outscoring the visitors 38-22 in the paint. The game was the first City6 matchup for either squad, and it was a chance for Saint Joseph's...
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