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Seattle U Men's Basketball Halftime Report: Redhawks Down 10 In A Sloppy Game In College Park

Well, the uncertainty about Maryland's ball handlers has played out as the key to Seattle U staying in this one.

It's as fast as might have been expected and Maryland turnovers have allowed Seattle to stay in the game to this point, with Maryland needing a 12-2 run late in the first half to head to the locker room up 46 to 36.

Seattle used a 15 to 6 advantage in points off turnovers to stay within one possession of Maryland early in the half, but eventually Redhawk turnovers led to easy transition points for the Terrapins. The teams entered halftime with Seattle holding a 19-16 turnover advantage.

Seattle wing Aaron Broussard is leading the way defensively for the Redhawks with four steals at halftime, contributing to Maryland's 16 turnovers while guard Cervante Burrell led the way in scoring with 13 points.

The game is on TV on CSN Northwest, but to follow the game online visit the University of Maryland's game tracker.