Rutgers won its second straight with a complete effort at Madison Square Garden. The 63-55 win over Manhattan came compliments of 24 points from Kadeem Jack and the return of guard Bishop Daniels.
A dominant effort from Kadeem Jack fueled the second straight Rutgers victory, beating Manhattan 63-55 Sunday at Madison Square Garden.
Jack led the way via 24 points, nine rebounds and three blocked shots in the victory.
The Scarlet Knights (6-4) came within a basket of a blown 10-point halftime lead, but held out with strong free throw shooting from Jack and sophomore Junior Etou.
“It’s an ugly game,” coach Eddie Jordan said on his post-game WCTC radio interview. “It’s a beautiful W. … I always think our defense is solid. It could get better.”
Guard Bishop Daniels after a two-week injury absence with a controlled effort off the bench. Freshman Mike Williams remained the starter alongside Myles Mack.
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