PHILADELPHIA (AP) -Joe Zeglinski scored 17 points to lead Hartford to a 50-38 victory over N.J. Tech at the Palestra on Friday.
The loss was the 37th straight for N.J. Tech (0-4), which hasn't won since beating Longwood on Feb. 19, 2007. Jaret von Rosenberg had 12 points for Hartford (2-4), which never trailed in the game.
The Hawks used a 16-3 spurt midway through the second half to take its biggest lead, 47-27, and the Highlanders never got closer than 11 points.
N.J. Tech trailed by only 18-14 with 8 1/2 minutes left in the first half, but Zeglinski hit two straight 3-pointers, sparking a 12-2 run, and Hartford pulled away to a 30-19 halftime advantage.
The game was the first of four being played Friday as part of the eight-team Philly Classic tournament.
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