The St. Thomas University Tommies held the University of New Brunswick Saint John Seawolves to four points in the third quarter on route to a 65-58 win in ACAA men's basketball action Saturday afternoon at the Lady Beaverbrook Gym.
The Seawolves outscored the Tommies 18-15 in the opening quarter and held a 34-29 lead at halftime.
The Tommies offensive outburst in the third was led by Travis Valanne, who netted eight of his 15 points in the frame. As a team, the Tommies shot 46 percent from the field coming out of the break compared to the Seawolves 13 percent.
UNBSJ put up a 20-point effort in the fourth, but it wasn't enough.
The Seawolves were paced by Hunter Gray, who poured in 14 points. Steve Ryan and Liam Sipkema contributed 11 points apiece.