Zacarry Douglas registered 19 points and nine rebounds as North Carolina Central romped past Delaware State 87-52 on Monday night.
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- 11/6L 81-56
- 11/10L 89-47
- 11/13L 91-62
- 11/16L 89-73
- 11/19STELW 80-47
- 11/24L 80-52
- 11/27L 76-48
- 12/1L 90-61
- 12/3CRNW 102-66
- 12/8L 81-54
- 12/19W 73-71
- 12/22L 83-69
- 12/29L 116-57
- 1/5L 77-63
- 1/7L 64-60
- 1/12L 93-70
- 1/14L 71-70
- 1/19L 69-49
- 1/21L 60-47
- 1/26L 80-74
- 2/2L 76-73
- 2/4W 70-68
- 2/9L 82-52
- 2/11L 87-52
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- 2/25h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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Amari Hamilton had a career-high 27 points as NC A&T rolled past Delaware State 82-52 on Saturday.
Jonathan Mitchell had a career-high 24 points, including a go-ahead 3-point play with 13.8 seconds left, and Delaware State beat South Carolina State 70-68 Monday night to snap a 10-game skid.
Collins Joseph scored 17 points with three 3-pointers and Savannah State held off Delaware State 76-73 on Saturday night, handing the Hornets their 10th straight loss.
Charles Williams matched his season high with 30 points as Howard topped Delaware State 80-74 on Saturday.
Justin Ravenel scored 21 points and Kamron Reaves scored 18 points and Florida A&M handed Delaware State its eighth straight loss beating the Hornets 60-47 on Monday night.
Soufiyane Diakite had 20 points and 10 rebounds, Mark Gordon scored 18 points, and Bethune Cookman shut down Delaware State 69-49 on Saturday.
Raasean Davis scored 25 points on 12-of-12 shooting and Jordan Perkins made a layup just before the final buzzer to help North Carolina Central slip past Delaware State 71-70 on Monday night.
ESPN Stats and Information
Delaware State men's basketball is 2-95 vs major-conference teams. The wins came against teams coached by Hall-of-Famers Danny Manning and Chris Mullin.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Delaware State hadn't beaten a D-1 team in non-conference play since Dec. 17, 2014. Zero for its last 21. They just beat St. John's.
Reginald Johnson scored 20 points to help Hampton to a 82-61 win over Delaware State in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference title game.
Final: Hampton 82, Delaware State 61
Hampton won the MEAC title and will dance in the NCAA tournament for the fifth time despite an under-.500 record. Reginald Johnson and Brian Darden both had 20 points for the Pirates.
Pressley dunks to begin second half
Hampton and Delaware State started the second half in a deadlock, but Jervon Pressley looks to get the Pirates going with this dunk. Follow the second half on ESPN2.
Hampton can't pull away
Charles Wilson-Fisher's dunk gave Hampton a brief lead, but Delaware State is not going away: the two teams are tied again in the first half of the MEAC title game.
NC Central stunned in MEAC tourney
Delaware State took advantage of 13 North Carolina Central turnovers to upset the Eagles -- who had been unbeaten to that point in MEAC play. The Hornets are now 1 win away from their second trip to the Big Dance.
Teammates have big night
Delaware State's Kendall Gray (33 points, 30 rebounds) became the first Div. I player in at least 30 years with 30 points and 30 rebounds in a single game while teammate Amere May (40 points) became the first player with multiple 40-point games this season.
Delaware State duo dominates
Amere May dropped 40 points in Delaware State's win over Coppin State, but he didn't even have the best line of the game. That was reserved for teammate Kendall Gray, who finished with 33 points and 30 rebounds. The must-see box score
Before we get to the Blue Ribbon team-by-team previews for the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, here is Eamonn Brennan's quick wind sprint through the ...
|North Carolina A&T||9-3||2||14-12|
|North Carolina Central||8-5||3.5||13-14|
|South Carolina State||5-7||6||7-21|