Jan. 24, 2005
JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) - Keydren Clark scored 23 of his game-high 36 points in the second half as St. Peter's rallied from a 17-point halftime deficit to defeat Siena 62-59 Monday night.
Siena's Jack McClinton hit a 3-pointer on the Saints' first possession of the second half to stretch their lead to 20 points. But Clark, who leads the nation in scoring, hit three 3-pointers over the next 3 minutes to cut the lead to 13.
Siena (3-15, 1-6 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) made just 5-of-25 second-half shots as St. Peter's (7-10, 2-6) gradually caught up. Clark's driving layup with 2:06 left finally gave St. Peter's the lead at 58-57.
McClinton scored 15 points to lead Siena, which lost its sixth straight.