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Siena isn't done yet

Penn State's John Johnson (1) is defended by Brett Bisping (33) and Rob Poole (33) during the College Basketball Invitational quarterfinals at the Times Union Center in Albany on Monday, March 24, 2014.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Penn State's John Johnson (1) is defended by Brett Bisping (33) and Rob Poole (33) during the College Basketball Invitational quarterfinals at the Times Union Center in Albany on Monday, March 24, 2014.
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Five-foot-eight Evan Hymes took only five shots and scored just five points against the first Big Ten opponent Siena has ever hosted in the Times Union Center. But the junior guard made the key play of the game with a driving layup with 3.9 seconds left to lift the Saints past Penn State, 54-52, Monday in the Collegiate Basketball Invitational quarterfinals before a crowd of 3,598. The 17-17 Saints, who are 12-4 at home and ...


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