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    Men's Basketball Gets Past Eastern Washington, 67-52
     

     
    Justin Bowen drives to the basket in front of Eastern Washington's Eric Henkel in the second half.
     
    Justin Bowen drives to the basket in front of Eastern Washington's Eric Henkel in the second half.
     
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    Dec. 6, 2003

    Box Score

    Iowa City, Iowa - The UIC men's basketball team bounced back from a tough loss last night in the opening round of the Gazette Hawkeye Challenge, posting a 67-52 victory over Eastern Washington on Saturday in the consolation game at Carver-Hawkeye Arena.

    Senior forward Armond Williams led three Flames (7-2) in double figures with 19 points, while also adding five rebounds. Cedrick Banks chipped in with 13 points while senior Martell Bailey fell just shy of his first double-double of the season, finishing with 11 points and nine assists.

    Sophomore Justin Bowen also had a strong game for UIC, tallying career bests of six points and four rebounds in 14 minutes off the bench.

    Alvin Snow paced the Eagles (2-5) with a game-high 21 points.

    The Flames trailed 36-34 with just over 14 minutes remaining in the contest, but a 17-4 UIC run over the next four minutes gave them an 11-point lead they would never relinquish. Bailey keyed the surge with eight points and three assists.

    The win on Saturday wraps up a touhg road stretch for the Flames, which saw them open the year with eight-of-nine games away from home. UIC will return to the Pavilion on Saturday, Dec. 13th, when they return to action by taking on Illinois State at 5:00 p.m.