CAA tourney: Sumner, Schneider awaken to power Tribe past JMU

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March 6, 2010

8:47 PM

Tribe 70, JMU 65

Behind impressive second half showings from senior forward Danny Sumner and senior guard David Schneider, the College rallied from a 14-point deficit with 15:37 remaining in the contest to storm back and beat James Madison 70-65 Saturday night. With the victory, the Tribe reaches the CAA semifinals for the second time in three seasons and is set to face Northeastern today at 5:30 p.m. in the Richmond Coliseum.

A game story will follow shortly, feel free to browse the live blog to get an in-depth play-by-play analysis of last night’s comeback victory.

For a box score, click here.

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The Flat Hat is live courtside at the Richmond Coliseum as the third-seeded Tribe takes on the 11th-seeded Dukes in the quarterfinals of the CAA tournament.

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