NEW YORK -- Charlie Brown had 20 points as Saint Joseph's snapped its eight-game road losing streak, topping Fordham 66-52 on Wednesday night.
The Hawks were in trouble after the first half, entering halftime trailing 34-23. But the road team mounted a serious rally in the second half to coast to the 14-point victory. The Rams' 18 points in the second half marked a season low for the team.
Antwon Portley, who was second on the Rams in scoring entering the matchup with 12 points per game, had only 5 points (1 of 11).
Saint Joseph's plays La Salle at home on Saturday. Fordham faces Davidson on the road on Saturday.
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