Seattle U. holds off Eastern Washington 75-69

  • Associated Press
  • Monday, December 10, 2012 9:52pm
  • SportsSports

CHENEY — Chad Rasmussen scored 16 points and the Seattle University men’s basketball team beat Eastern Washington 75-69 Monday night.

Clarence Trent had 11 points and nine rebounds for Seattle (3-3) and Deshaun Sunderhaus added 10 points.

Seattle shot 50 percent from the field — 59 percent in the second half. The Redhawks were ahead 33-30 and led throughout the second half, though never by more than 12 points.

The Redhawks held on despite making just 8 of 17 from the free-throw line.

Justin Crosgile led the Eagles (2-7) with 15 points. Venky Jois had 14 points and 12 rebounds and Parker Kelly also scored 14 points for Eastern Washington.

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