— Ryan Daly scored 30 points and Jordan Hall finished with a triple-double and Saint Joseph’s beat La Salle 91-82 in overtime on Saturday.
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- Full Schedule
— AJ Wilson had 16 points as George Mason beat La Salle 89-54 on Saturday.
- Johnson, named in NCAA notice, out at La Salle
- Early gift: Towson player dunks on own basket
- Ex-Louisville coach Johnson joins La Salle staff
- La Salle hires Nova assistant Howard as coach
— David Beatty tied his career high with 22 points, Christian Ray added 14 points and 14 rebounds, and La Salle rolled past Duquesne 85-65 on Wednesday night.
— Jordan Goodwin recorded 16 points and 15 rebounds to lead Saint Louis to a 78-57 win over La Salle on Tuesday night.
— Jalen Adaway had 20 points as St. Bonaventure beat La Salle 86-73 on Tuesday night.
— Ty Perry came off the bench to score 18 points on 6-for-9 shooting from 3-point range to lift Fordham to a 76-68 win over La Salle, breaking the Rams’ seven-game losing streak.
— David Beatty had a career-high 22 points as La Salle defeated Saint Louis 82-75 on Wednesday night.
— Nah’Shon Hyland had 24 points as VCU got past La Salle 73-62 on Saturday.
— Jeremy Sheppard had a career-high 25 points as Rhode Island got past La Salle 73-60 on Wednesday.
— Sherif Kenney scored 17 points to lead six La Salle players in double figures as the Explorers beat Richmond 84-78 on Saturday.
— Carter Collins had a career-high 24 points as Davidson routed La Salle 77-53 on Saturday.
— Javon Greene had 18 points as George Mason rolled past La Salle 75-42 on Wednesday night.
— Cairo McCrory came off the bench to score 15 points to carry Massachussets to an 83-67 win over La Salle on Saturday.
— Scott Spencer made four 3-pointers and scored 16 points as La Salle romped past Fordham 89-52 on Saturday night.
— Clifton Moore hit an 18-foot jump shot with 2.5 seconds remaining to push La Salle to a 67-65 victory over Dayton on Wednesday night.
— Eric Ayala scored 23 points, Aaron Wiggins scored 15 and Maryland controlled most of the way in an 84-71 win over La Salle Tuesday night.
— David Beatty had 18 points as La Salle beat Delaware 71-61 on Saturday. Sherif Kenney added 16 points for the Explorers, and Jhamir Brickus chipped in 12 points.
— Tre Mitchell had a career-high 37 points as UMass beat La Salle 85-66 on Wednesday in an Atlantic 10 Conference opener for both teams.
— Anwar Gill had 15 points off the bench to carry La Salle to a 58-48 win over Drexel on Saturday.
— Aaron Duhart came off the bench to tally 12 points to lift Army to a 63-59 win over La Salle on Sunday.
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La Salle confirmed that assistant coach Kenny Johnson, who was named in the NCAA's Notice of Allegations to Louisville last week, is no longer on staff.
Jared Kimbrough sank a pair of free throws late in the game that put his team on top for good as La Salle narrowly beat Saint Joseph's 78-77 in a regular season finale on Saturday.
Tre Mitchell had 24 points as UMass defeated La Salle 75-64 on Wednesday night.