Reggie Baker, Brandon Tabb and Diamante Lewis combined for 10 3-pointers and 11 of 12 free throws down the stretch as Bethune-Cookman shot its way past Delaware State 69-62 in the opening round o
2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/11SUMMW 103-56
- 11/13L 74-61
- 11/16L 90-68
- 11/21L 83-82
- 11/23L 80-58
- 11/26L 91-66
- 11/29W 79-72
- 12/2L 64-49
- 12/4L 74-60
- 12/8L 73-40
- 12/10KYSTNW 92-69
- 12/17L 85-66
- 12/1916L 103-56
- 12/22L 89-57
- 12/29L 77-66
- 1/7W 55-53
- 1/10W 69-68
- 1/14L 85-77
- 1/16L 75-70
- 1/21L 74-64
- 1/23L 94-79
- 1/28L 81-68
- 1/30L 82-74
- 2/1W 82-65
- 2/4W 88-82
- 2/6W 80-77
- 2/11W 56-45
- 2/13L 83-75
- 2/20L 65-54
- 2/25L 65-64
- 3/2W 66-56
- 3/7L 69-62
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DeAndre Haywood scored 20 points, DeVaughn Mallory had a double-double and Delaware State beat Howard 66-56 in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference regular season finale on Thursday night.
Bakari Copeland scored 17 points and Maryland-Eastern Shore overcame a 13-point halftime deficit to defeat Delaware State 65-64 on Saturday.
Phillip Carr scored 16 points, including a pair of go-ahead free throws, and grabbed seven rebounds to lead Morgan State past Delaware State for a 65-52 win Monday night.
Chas Brown scored 22 points and Coppin State gained enough breathing room over the final four minutes to come away with an 83-75 win over Delaware State on Monday night.
Devin Morgan scored 18 points and Delaware State continued its season-long win streak, now at four games, with a 56-45 win over Morgan State on Saturday.
Devin Morgan scored 10 of his 17 points in overtime, including the go-ahead 3-pointer, and Delaware State held on to edge Florida A&M 80-77 on Monday night.
Devin Morgan drilled back-to-back 3-pointers to kick start Delaware State in overtime, then tacked on two free throws in the final minute to cap the Hornets' 88-82 overtime win at Bethune-Cookman
Devin Morgan made four 3-pointers and scored 16 points, Kobe Gantz added 15 points with five assists and three steals, and Delaware State beat North Carolina A&T 82-65 on Wednesday night.
Patrick Cole drilled five from long distance to total 28 points as North Carolina Central jumped out to an early lead and coasted to an 82-74 win over Delaware State on Monday night.
Derrick Dandridge and Desmond Williams scored 17 points apiece and Florida A&M used a big second half to defeat Delaware State 81-68 on Saturday.
Troy Manassa scored 25 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to help Savannah State extended its season-long win streak to four games with a 94-79 win over Delaware State on Monday night.
Eric Eaves scored 19 points, Greg Mortimer scored 17 on 8-for-9 shooting and South Carolina State pulled away late to beat Delaware State 74-64 on Saturday night.
Jonathan Wade scored 20 points and Jordan Butler had 15 points and seven rebounds to lead Norfolk State past Delaware State 75-70 on Monday night.
Jermaine Marrow scored 23 points and Lysander Bracey hit two 3-pointers in overtime, including the tiebreaker, and Hampton beat Delaware State 85-77 on Saturday.
Dana Raysor scored 15 points and Delaware State held off a late charge to beat North Carolina Central 69-68 on Tuesday night.
DeAndre Haywood scored 12 points, including a basket as time expired and Delaware State edged past North Carolina A&T 55-53 on Saturday.
Jack Purchase made five 3-pointers and scored 21 points to help Hawaii beat Delaware State 77-66 on Thursday night.
Peter Jok scored 17 points and Iowa throttled Delaware State 89-57 on Thursday night.
OG Anunoby had 19 points and nine rebounds, and three of his teammates also reached double figures as No. 16 Indiana routed Delaware State 103-56 on Monday night.
Fard Muhammad made a career-high five 3-pointers and scored 16 points, Yosef Yacob added 14 points, and Binghamton hit on 60.8 percent of its shots as they defeated Delaware State 85-66 on Saturd
Kavon Waller scored a career-best 26 points as Delaware State snapped a three-game losing streak, cruising to a 92-69 win over Division III Keystone College on Saturday.
|North Carolina Central||13-3||-||25-9|
|South Carolina State||7-9||6||11-20|
|North Carolina A&T||1-15||12||3-29|