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The UPEI Panthers scored more than half of their points from beyond the arc in a 98-61 loss to the Dalhousie Tigers Sunday in Atlantic University Sport men’s basketball action.
UPEI went 11-for-32 on its three-point attempts and 19-for-64 overall from the field while hitting 12 of its 18 free throws.
Amin Suleman scored 14 points off the bench for UPEI while Milorad Sedlarevic and Jack MacAulay scored 13 and 12 points, respectively. They combined for 10 of the treys.
Alex Carson scored a game-high 22 points while Keevan Veinot had 11 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists.
Dalhousie held 24-10, 51-35 and 76-45 quarter leads. The Tigers improved to 10-6, good for fourth in the eight-team conference while UPEI (4-12) is last.