Delaware State 79, St. John’s 72
QUEENS, N.Y. – Despite traveling nearly 5,700 miles for four games in nine days, the Delaware State men’s basketball team found the energy to stun St. John’s 79-72 in a nationally-televised contest (Fox Sports 2) at Carnesecca Arena this evening. The win marked the Hornets’ first –ever against a Big East team and second vs. a major conference opponent in three seasons, rivaling their 72-65 victory over Wake Forest of the Atlantic Coast Conference on Nov. 26, 2014.
UNC-Greensboro 86, North Carolina A&T State 66
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Francis Alonso scored 21 points, Diante Baldwin added 20 and UNC Greensboro beat North Carolina …
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East Carolina 68, Hampton 48
GREENVILLE, N.C. – The offensive struggles continued for the Hampton University men’s basketball team Tuesday night in the Minges Coliseum, as the Pirates fell 68-48 to East Carolina.
Jacksonville 55, Savannah State 40
SAVANNAH, Ga. — Graduate student guard Lauren “Gaby” Moss led Savannah State University women’s basketball team with 15 points and seven rebounds as the Lady Tigers (2-4) fell to Jacksonville University (5-2) 55-40 Tuesday night in Tiger Arena to begin a three-game home stand.
Senior center Caprisha Treadwell added nine points on 4-for-7 shooting with two rebounds in 10 minutes, while junior guard Lauryn Fields and junior guard Kierstan Green each added four points and senior forward Jeremica Edwards added four rebounds and three points.
PRINCESS ANNE, Md. — With 6:16 left in the game, the UNCG Spartans held a 53-47 advantage until Maryland Eastern Shore went into another gear as they closed out the contest on a 13-0 run to win, 60-53, inside the William P. Hytche Athletic Center.
Guard Moengaroa Subritzky earned her first double-double of the season, posting 14 points and 11 rebounds. Center Tori Morris also registered 14 points and collected seven boards in the victory.
Other notable Hawk performances included Ciani Byrom with an all-around performance. The North Carolina native finished with 12 points, eight dimes, and five rebounds in 32 minutes of action. On the defensive end, Eaton and the Hawks held UNCG’s top scorer to under double-figures.