Morgan's 3-game run ends with 68-60 loss

Davis scores 24 points as Delaware State stays perfect in MEAC at 3-0

State men

College Basketball

January 13, 2004|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Miles Davis finished with 24 points to lead Delaware State to a 68-60 victory over visiting Morgan State last night at Memorial Hall in Dover, Del.

Davis' effort helped the Hornets remain undefeated in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference and ended Morgan's three-game winning streak. The Bears dropped to 4-8 (3-2 in the conference).

All of Davis' points came from three-point range or at the free-throw line. The Hornets' point guard hit five of seven from beyond the arc and nine of 10 free throws.

Morgan State got 25 points from its reserves.

Delaware State (4-7, 3-0) took advantage of Bears miscues, scoring 34 points off 20 turnovers. The Hornets also outscored the Bears, 20-10, at the free-throw line.

Reggie Winkfield and Timothy Berkley scored 10 points apiece for Morgan. Terrance Hunter had 14 points and Aaron Matthews scored 13 for Delaware State.

South Carolina State 78, UMES 53: The Hawks failed to win their second straight after claiming their first victory of the season Saturday.

The Bulldogs, the defending MEAC champions, pulled away in the second half after building a 14-point first-half lead.

The Hawks (1-9, 1-3 MEAC) held the Bulldogs' Thurman Zimmerman, a preseason all-MEAC first-team selection, to nine points.

But Brian Mason and Shawn Wiggins picked up the slack, scoring 22 points each to lead South Carolina State (6-7, 3-1).

Tee Trotter was the only player in double figures for the Hawks. He finished with 16 points on 5-for-12 shooting.

Central Connecticut State 80, Mount St. Mary's 68: The visiting Mountaineers led by as many as 19 in the first half before the Blue Devils mounted their comeback. Landy Thompson scored 28 points for Mount St. Mary's (3-10, 1-2 Northeast Conference). Ron Robinson led the Blue Devils (4-4, 1-0) with 23.

Penn State-Altoona 76, Hood 59: The Lions closed the first half on a 17-6 run to take a nine-point lead. They then led the rest of the way.

Hood (4-6) cut the deficit to 36-33 early in the second, but the Lions responded with a 15-0 run to take an 18-point advantage with a little more than 11 minutes remaining.

Coppin State 54, Howard 49: The Eagles (6-10, 4-1 MEAC) held off the host Bison (3-9, 1-2), who cut the lead to 48-47 with 1:31 left and 52-49 with 8.3 second remaining.

Villa Julie 66, Gallaudet 65: Wade Henninger's basket with three seconds left lifted the host Mustangs over the Bison (6-7).

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