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A driving layup by junior forward Courtney Stockard with 3.4 seconds left capped a comeback win for that Bonnies (3-1), who have been playing without hurt star Jaylen Adams (Mount Saint Frederick) and fellow guard Matt Mobley (game-high 16 points), who fouled by helping cover their 25.8 seconds left.

Leading 31-30 at halftime, Maryland scored the very first five points from the other half and required a 38-32 lead. But St. Bonaventure came back with eight straight points to increase 40-38.

Cowan brought the Terps with 13 points called the team’s only player to attain in double figures.

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The Maryland men’s basketball team’s streak of Thanksgiving week tournament titles, along with its unbeaten begin to the 2017-18 season, ended early Saturday having a 63-61 loss to St. Bonaventure within the opening round from the Emerald Coast Classic in Niceville, Fla.

Maryland, which in fact had won four straight early-season tournaments, will have Boise State Broncos within the consolation game Saturday. The Bonnies will have Texas Christian, a very rated nonconference opponent now stored from the Terps’ postseason résumé.

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