Jehyve Floyd had 19 points and eight rebounds and Matt Faw hit a 3-pointer with 6.3 seconds left as Holy Cross narrowly beat Bucknell 72-71 on Saturday.
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Kimbal Mackenzie had 27 points as Bucknell got past Lehigh 87-75 on Monday night.
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Nate Sestina had 25 points and 11 rebounds as Bucknell defeated Boston University 82-76 on Saturday. Kimbal Mackenzie added 20 points for the Bison.
Kimbal Mackenzie scored 24 points with a career-high six 3-pointers on Wednesday night, and Bucknell stayed alone atop the Patriot League standings with an 84-72 win over Loyola Maryland.
Kimbal Mackenzie scored a career-high 31 points and Bucknell defeated Lafayette, 94-66, on Saturday for the seventh straight time.
Kimbal Mackenzie and Avi Toomer scored 14 points apiece and Bucknell defeated Navy 69-57 on Wednesday night.
Sa'eed Nelson scored 20 points and American held on late to beat Bucknell 76-68 on Saturday afternoon.
Jimmy Sotos made three free throws with 5.8 seconds left to give Bucknell a 71-68 victory over Loyola of Maryland on Wednesday night.
Jimmy Sotos raced down the lane for the winning layup with 1.2 seconds left to cap a frantic finish that gave Bucknell an 85-83 win over Lehigh on Saturday and first place in the Patriot League.
Nate Sestina scored a career-high 32 points on 11-of-11 shooting, Kimbal Mackenzie topped the 1,000-point plateau, and Bucknell beat Holy Cross 93-78 Monday night for its third consecutive win.
Reigning champ North Carolina and trendy favorite Michigan State begin their tournament runs, while New Mexico State, Butler and Murray State look to become this year's Cinderellas.
ESPN analyst Joe Lunardi and his team of bracketologists examine the 2018 NCAA tournament outlook for the Bucknell Bison.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Bucknell is still going to be one of the best mid-majors in the country -- and they scheduled that way. Bison are now 0-4, losses at Monmouth, Arkansas, North Carolina and Maryland.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Bucknell up by 15 on Maryland at halftime -- in College Park. Bison shooting 65 percent from the field and 70 percent from 3-point range.
John Gasaway ESPN Insider
With West Virginia forcing a healthy but not outrageous number of Bucknell turnovers (15), offensive rebounding made the difference for the Mountaineers in their 86-80 win over the Bison. Nine different WVU players recorded at least one offensive board, as Bob Huggins' team pulled down 42 percent of its misses.