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2019 Schedule
18-15, 3rd in MEAC
2d

Douglas, big run push NC Central past Norfolk State, 50-47

Zacarry Douglas scored all 10 of his points during a 25-6 second-half run and North Carolina Central won its third consecutive Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament with a 50-47 victory against top-seeded Norfolk State on Saturday.

30d

Jamerson, Kelly help Norfolk State top NC Central 75-71 OT

Derrik Jamerson drained seven 3-pointers, scored 23 points, C.J. Kelly added 19 and Norfolk State rallied from eight points down late in regulation to fend off upset-minded North Carolina Central 75-71 in overtime Saturday night.

51d

NC A&T goes to 6-0 in MEAC, holds off NC Central 51-48

Ronald Jackson scored 16 points, including a pair of clutch free throws in the final minute, as North Carolina A&T remained unbeaten in Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference play holding off North Carolina Central, 51-48 on Saturday.

Thomas throws down two-handed jam (0:23)
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371dAndrew Lange

Best bets for Wednesday's First Four games

In Wednesday night's pair of First Four games, NC Central plays Texas Southern. and Arizona State meets Syracuse. Andrew Lange breaks down his best bets for the First Four action.

NC Central's Perkins ices conference title (0:25)

Austin Ward ESPN Staff Writer 

The NCAA tournament debut was a successful one, but UC Davis may have made it harder than it needed to be in the First Four at UD Arena. The Aggies came up with the clutch defensive stops and enough free throws to knock off North Carolina Central, but they turned the ball over 18 times to keep the game close. That won't cut it moving on to Friday -- where Midwest No. 1 seed Kansas is waiting.

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

UC Davis beats North Carolina Central 67-63 in NCAA First Four game in Dayton, Ohio. The ViewFromVegas is the Aggies did it as 3.5-point underdogs and +145 on the money line while the game stayed just under the betting total of 131 points. UC Davis moves into the 64-team NCAA field and will face Midwest No. 1 seed Kansas on Friday.

Team Stats

Points Per Game71.4
Rebounds Per Game37.4
Assists Per Game15.4
Points Allowed66.350th

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record0-2
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances2