Mustapha Heron had a season-high 28 points as St. John's beat Butler 77-73 in overtime on Tuesday night.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/10W 90-68
- 11/12W 84-63
- 11/16W 83-76
- 11/21L 69-64
- 11/22W 84-53
- 11/23W 61-54
- 12/1L 64-52
- 12/5W 70-55
- 12/8W 95-68
- 12/1525L 71-68
- 12/18W 76-67
- 12/21W 71-54
- 12/29L 77-43
- 1/2L 84-76
- 1/5W 84-69
- 1/9L 76-75
- 1/13L 70-69
- 1/16W 87-69
- 1/19W 80-71
- 1/2218L 80-72
- 1/25L 75-61
- 1/3010L 76-58
- 2/2W 70-68
- 2/9W 73-69
- 2/12L 77-73
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- 2/2010h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 2/26h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/213h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/5h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/9h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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Kamar Baldwin had 18 points as Butler narrowly beat Georgetown 73-69 on Saturday.
Paul Jorgensen scored 18 points, including the game-winning basket on a goaltending call with 16.1 seconds left, and Butler defeated Seton Hall 70-68 on Saturday after letting a 17-point lead disappear in the final six minutes.
Markus Howard scored 32 points and Sam Hauser added 19 to help No. 10 Marquette pull away from Butler for a 76-58 victory Wednesday night.
Ty-Shon Alexander scored 19 points to lead four Bluejays in double figures and Creighton won consecutive Big East games for the first time this season with a 75-61 win over Butler on Friday night.
Eric Paschall scored 23 points, Phil Booth added 17 and No. 18 Villanova made 12 3-pointers to pull away from Butler 80-72 on Tuesday night.
Kamar Baldwin scored 30 points, Jordan Tucker added 24 and Butler held off St. John's for an 80-71 win on Saturday.
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