The host Yellowjackets closed the game on a 10-2 run over the final 3:20 to salvage a split of the season series with the Judges. Derek Retos led the Judges with 16 points, including four more 3-pointers.
Senior Alex Stoyle had 16 points and 11 rebounds - including 13 and 6 in the second half - while also blocking four shots, but it wasn't enough to overcome 57 percent shooting in the second half from the hosts.
Despite five first-half 3-pointers from senior Derek Retos, the Judges shot just 25 percent from the floor in the second to fall to the Violets. Retos now has 188 trifectas for his career, one more than Kevin Olson '09 for third place all-time.
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The Judges eclipsed 90 points for the fourth time this season, with senior Gabriel Moton accounting for 29 of them. He earned New England Big Four Challenge All-Tournament honors for the second year in a row.
The Judges managed just 17 points in the second-half as they scored 40 points below their season average in the loss to the Beavers. Gabriel Moton had 12 points and Robinson Vilmont added 10, but the pair had just four points combined in the second half.
In a game that featured six ties and 18 lead changes, the Judges closed on a 15-6 run. They put four in double figures in scoring, with Gabriel Moton scoring 15 and 13 each from Ben Bartoldus, Ishmael Kalilou and Alex Stoyle.