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Pirates Fall at Tulsa, 76-58

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Tulsa outscored East Carolina 22-7 in the final nine minutes as the Golden Hurricane beat ECU 76-58 Thursday night.

Tulsa's James Woodard led all scorers in the game with 21 points. Paris Roberts-Campbell led East Carolina with 17 points. Akeem Richmond  scored 14 and Caleb White had ten points for the Pirates.

ECU falls to 13-12 overall and 2-8 in Conference USA with the loss.

The Pirates now head to North Texas to play the Mean Green on Saturday.

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