J.T. Sulton scored 14 points and grabbed eight rebounds and Middle Tennessee beat Florida Atlantic 67-54 on Saturday night.
The Blue Raiders have won nine straight since their Dec. 7 loss to UAB.
Florida Atlantic (6-12, 2-3 Sun Belt Conference) trailed 38-31 after two Jordan McCoy free throws. But Middle Tennessee used a 13-1 run to jump ahead 51-32 with 9:24 left to play. Read More
Jeremy Atkinson scored 19 points to lead six players in double figures and North Carolina-Asheville beat High Point 86-79 on Saturday night.
Matt Dickey and J.P. Primm had 16 apiece, Chris Stephenson 13 and Quinard Jackson and Jaron Lane 11 each.
Atkinson, who shot 77.7 percent (7 of 9) from the field, also grabbed eight boards. Read More
Kevin Giltner scored 23 points and three teammates also scored in double figures as Wofford raced to a 20-point halftime lead and trounced Georgia Southern 88-63 Saturday night in a Southern Conference game.
Giltner got good support from forward Drew Crowell with 18 points, while guards Brad Loesing and Karl Cochran scored 16 and 10 points respectively. The Terriers (10-8, 3-3) quickly took a 12-2 lead, increased it to as much as 20 and led 43-23 at halftime. Read More
Andre Jones hit two free throws with 3 seconds remaining in overtime to help Winthrop defeat Liberty 64-61on Saturday night.
Jones, who scored 14 points, also hit a layup with 5 seconds remaining in regulation to tie the score 54-54 and send it into overtime.
Reggie Middleton scored 16 points, while James Bourne and George Valentine each added 10 for the Eagles (6-11, 3-3 Big South Conference). Valentine also had 10 rebounds. Read More
Torrey Craig scored 17 points and grabbed 12 rebounds and South Carolina-Upstate defeated North Florida 69-62 on Saturday night.
The Spartans (10-8, 4-2 Atlantic Sun Conference) scored 21 points off 19 rebounds, negating a strong shooting night by the Ospreys.
North Florida shot 56.8 percent from the field (21 of 37) and brought it within two, 64-62, on Jimmy Williams' layup with 1:24 remaining but wasn't able to get any closer. Read More
George Beamon scored 24 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead Manhattan to a 72-53 rout over Siena on Saturday night.
Beamon, who went 10 of 19 from the floor, and Kidani Brutus were the only players to score in double figures for the Jaspers (12-7, 5-2 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference), who have won three straight games. Brutus made four 3-pointers, scoring 14 points. Read More
Zack Rosen and Tyler Bernardini scored 18 points apiece to lead Pennsylvania to a 64-52 Ivy League victory over Cornell on Saturday night.
Rosen scored eight points and Bernardini six on a pair of 3-pointers during a 15-6 first-half run by the Quakers (9-9, 2-0) that gave them a 21-11 lead with 8:25 remaining in the first half.
Penn led 36-25 at the half and by as many as 16 points, 58-42, after a jumper by Rosen with 5:50 to play. Read More
T.J. Bray scored 12 points and had six steals to spark Princeton to a 62-58 victory over Columbia on Saturday night.
The Tigers (10-8, 1-1 Ivy League) had 10 steals in the game to just one for the Lions (11-7, 0-2), and four came during an 11-0 second-half run when Princeton turned a six-point deficit into a five-point lead. Read More
On a night when the shots weren't falling early, top-ranked Syracuse unveiled one of its potent weapons — the press. Without star point guard Vince Council, Providence was no match.
Dion Waiters had 12 points, seven coming during a decisive first-half run spurred by that press, Scoop Jardine added 10 points and nine assists, and Syracuse beat undermanned Providence 78-55 on Saturday night to remain unbeaten. Read More
Adjehi Baru had his first career double-double and Trent Wiedeman his fourth of the season as College of Charleston coasted to a 63-44 win over cold-shooting Elon on Saturday night.
The Cougars (12-5, 4-2 Southern Conference) held the Phoenix to just seven points in the first 14:28 of the contest. Elon (8-8, 3-2) shot 18.2 percent from the field in the first half (6 of 33), improving to 23.9 percent (16 of 67) overall. Read More