EMMITSBURG, Md. -- Andrew Kostecka had 25 points as Loyola-Maryland defeated Mount St. Mary's 64-48 in the 175th meeting between the schools on Saturday.
Cam Spencer had 15 points and six assists for Loyola (6-4). KaVaughn Scott added eight rebounds.
Jalen Gibbs, the Mountaineers' leading scorer entering the contest at 12 points per game, failed to make a shot (0 of 7).
Loyola (Md.) faces Elizabethtown at home next Saturday. Mount St. Mary's takes on American at home next Tuesday.
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