NC Men’s D1 Basketball Report: Second Week of January

NC Men’s D1 Basketball Report: Second Week of January

Now our NC teams are in the thick of conference play lets get an update on this past week’s games. Check out the NC Men’s D1 Basketball Report here:

NC A&T (10-8, 3-0)

Femi Olujobi and the Aggies defeated Morgan State in their lone contest of the week.

Saturday, January 13th

North Carolina A&T – 69

Morgan State- 67

  • Aggies in Double Figures
    • Davaris McGowens (19 points)
    • Amari Hamilton (13 points)
    • Denzel Keyes (12 Points)
    • Femi Olujobi (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • A&T: 25-56 (44.6%)
      • MST: 25-54 (46.3%)
    • Free Throws
      • A&T: 12-19 (63.2%)
      • MST: 14-19 (73.7%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • A&T: 7-23(30/4%)
      • MST: 3-12 (25%)
    • Turnovers
      • A&T: 20
      • MST: 18
    • Bench Points
      • A&T: 39
      • MST: 20

Upcoming Games

  • Monday, January 15th vs Coppin State
  • Wednesday, January 17th vs Norfolk State
  • Saturday, January 20th @ Maryland-Eastern Shore
  • Monday, January 22nd @ Howard
  • Saturday, January 27th vs North Carolina Central

 


Appalachian State (8-11, 3-3)

The Mountaineers went 0-2 on the week dropping two to Georgia State and Georgia Southern in Boone.

Thursday, January 11th

Appalachian St. – 58

Georiga State- 71

  • Mountaineers in Double Figures
    • Ronshad Shabazz (15 Points)
    • Tyrell Johnson (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ASU: 21-59 (35.6%)
      • GAST: 28-59 (47.5%)
    • Free Throws
      • ASU: 7-11 (63.6%)
      • GAST: 9-15 (60%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ASU: 9-27 (33.3%)
      • GAST: 6-15 (40%)
    • Turnovers
      • ASU: 14
      • GAST: 9
    • Bench Points
      • ASU: 14
      • GAST: 11

Saturday, January 13th

Appalachian St. – 59

Georgia Southern- 60

  • Mountaineers in Double Figures
    • Ronshad Shabazz (17 points)
    • Justin Forrest (10 Points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ASU: 19-60 (31.7%)
      • GASO: 24-58 (41.4%)
    • Free Throws
      • ASU: 16-21 (76.2%)
      • GASO: 7-14 (50%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ASU: 5-27 (18.5%)
      • GASO: 5-16 (31.3%)
    • Turnovers
      • ASU: 19
      • GASO: 13
    • Bench Points
      • ASU: 9
      • GASO: 15

Upcoming Games

  • Thursday, January 18th @ Troy
  • Saturday, January 20th @ South Alabama
  • Thursday, January 25th vs Arkansas- Little Rock
  • Saturday, January 27th vs Arkansas St.

 


UNC Asheville (11-8, 4-2)

The Bulldogs went 2-0 on the week with a home win against Longwood and a road win against Presbyterian.

Tuesday, January 9th

Longwood-80

UNC Asheville – 90

  • Bulldogs in Double Figures
    • Macio Teague (24 points)
    • Ahmad Thomas (13 points)
    • Raekwon Miller (12 points)
    • Jonathan Baehre (12 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • LONG: 26-49 (53.1%)
      • UNCA: 34-61 (55.7%)
    • Free Throws
      • LONG: 20-28 (71.4%)
      • UNCA: 14-17 (82.4%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • LONG: 8-21 (38.1%)
      • UNCA: 8-24 (33.3%)
    • Turnovers
      • LONG: 17
      • UNCA: 18
    • Bench Points
      • LONG: 28
      • UNCA: 21
    • Rebounds
      • LONG:21
      • UNCA: 37

Saturday, January 12th

UNC Asheville- 76

Presbyterian – 56

  • Bulldogs in Double Figures
    • Ahmad Thomas (21 points)
    • Macio Teague (16 points)
    • Raekwon Miller (13 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • PRE: 18-50 (36%)
      • UNCA: 31-56 (55.4%)
    • Free Throws
      • PRE: 13-19 (68.4%)
      • UNCA: 6-8 (75%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • PRE: 7-25 (28%)
      • UNCA: 8-17 (47.1%)
    • Turnovers
      • PRE: 15
      • UNCA: 13
    • Bench Points
      • PRE: 28
      • UNCA: 10

Upcoming Games

  • Monday, January 15th vs Charleston Southern
  • Thursday, January 18th @ Winthrop
  • Sunday, January 21st @ Liberty
  • Wednesday, January 24th vs Gardner-Webb
  • Saturday, January 27th vs High Point

 


Campbell (9-9, 3-3)

Chris Clemmons and the Camels went undefeated for the week beating Presbyterian on the road and High Point at home.

Tuesday, January 9th

Campbell – 83

Presbyterian-79

  • Camels in Double Figures
    • Chris Clemmons (28 points)
    • Andrew Eudy (22 points)
    • Shane Whitfield (12 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • CU: 30-55 (54.5%)
      • PRE: 30-58 (51.7%)
    • Free Throws
      • CU: 20-22 (90.9%)
      • PRE: 9-11 (81.87%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • CU: 3-11 (27.3%)
      • PRE: 10-23 (43.5%)
    • Turnovers
      • CU: 11
      • PRE: 10
    • Bench Points
      • CU: 10
      • PRE: 11
    • Rebounds
      • CU:33
      • PRE-24

Friday, January 12th

Campbell – 65

High Point- 64

  • Camels in Double Figures
    • Chris Clemmons (25 points)
      • Hit Game-Winning Buzzer Beater
    • Cory Gensler (13 points)
    • Marcus Burk (11 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • CU: 25-52 (48.1%)
      • HP: 24-52 (46.2%)
    • Free Throws
      • CU: 7-10 (708%)
      • HP:10-15 (66.7%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • CU: 8-26 (30.8%)
      • HP: 6-14 (42.9%)
    • Turnovers
      • CU: 12
      • HP: 15
    • Bench Points
      • CU: 5
      • HP: 23

Upcoming Games

  • Monday, January 15th vs Longwood
  • Thursday, January 18th vs Charleston Southern
  • Sunday, January 21st vs Radford
  • Tuesday, January 23rd @ Liberty
  • Saturday, January 27th @ Winthrop

 


North Carolina Central (8-8, 2-0)

The Eagles pulled out an easy win in their lone contest this week against Coppin State at home. Their win streak is now up to five games.

Wednesday, January 3rd

NC Central- 81

Coppin State – 61

  • Eagles in Double Figures
    • Pablo Rivas (23 points, 14 rebounds)
    • Alston Jones (16 points)
    • Larry McKnight Jr. (15 points)
    • Reginald Gardner Jr (11 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • NCCU: 29-56 (51.8%)
      • COPP: 20-58 (34.5%)
    • Free Throws
      • NCCU: 15-17 (88.2%)
      • COPP: 14-21 (66.7%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • NCCU: 8-18 (44.4%)
      • COPP: 7-27 (25.9%)
    • Turnovers
      • NCCU: 15
      • COPP: 12
    • Bench Points
      • NCCU: 58
      • COPP: 19

Upcoming Games

  • Monday, January 15th vs Morgan State
  • Friday, January 20th @ Howard
  • Monday, January 22nd @ Maryland-Eastern Shore
  • Saturday, January 27th @ North Carolina A&T

 


UNC Charlotte (5-11, 1-4)

Charlotte went 0-2 for the week. They lost to Marshall and Western Kentucky. The Niners are 2-9 over their last 11 games.

Thursday, January 11th

Charlotte- 83

Marshall- 91

  • 49ers in Double Figures
    • Jon Davis (38 points)
    • Najee Garvin (13 points)
    • Jailan Haslem (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNCC: 29-67 (43.3%)
      • MAR: 32-67 (47.81%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNCC: 20-29 (69%)
      • MAR: 18-21 (85.7%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNCC: 5-16 (31.3%)
      • MAR: 9-31 (28.6%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNCC: 18
      • MAR: 14
    • Bench Points
      • UNCC: 5
      • MAR: 26

Saturday, January 13th

Charlotte- 63

Western Kentucky- 73

  • 49ers in Double Figures
    • Jon Davis (26 points)
    • Andrien White (18 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNCC: 20-58 (34.5%)
      • WKU: 25-64 (39.1%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNCC: 21-22 (95.5%)
      • WKU: 20-29 (69%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNCC: 2-15  (13.3%)
      • WKU: 3-14 (21.4%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNCC: 13
      • WKU: 14
    • Bench Points
      • UNCC: 0
      • WKU: 13

Upcoming Games

  • Thursday, January 18th @ Florida Atlantic
  • Saturday, January 20th @ Florida International
  • Saturday, January 27th vs Old Dominion

 


Davidson (9-7, 4-1)

Davidson throttled George Washington at home and then dominated Fordham on the road.

Wednesday, January 10th

Davidson – 72

G Washington- 45

  • Wildcats in Double Figures
    • Kellan Grady (19 points)
    • Jon Axel Gudmundsson (14 points)
    • Peyton Aldridge (15 points)
    • KiShawn Pritchett (11 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • DAV:30-56 (53.6%)
      • GW: 17-52 (32.7%)
    • Free Throws
      • DAV: 8-11 (72.7%)
      • GW: 6-11 (54.5%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • DAV: 4-16 (24%)
      • GW: 5-22 (22.7%)
    • Turnovers
      • DAV: 6
      • GW: 12
    • Bench Points
      • DAV: 11
      • GW: 9

Sunday, January 14th

Davidson – 75

Fordham- 45

  • Wildcats in Double Figures
    • Jon Axel Gudmundsson (18 points)
    • Kellan Grady (14 points)
    • Oskar Michelsen (13 points)
    • Peyton Aldridge (11 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • DAV: 28-53 (52.8%)
      • FOR: 16-53 (37.2%)
    • Free Throws
      • DAV: 4-8 (50%)
      • FOR: 4-6 (66.7%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • DAV: 15-26 (57.7%)
      • FOR: 9-24 (37.5%)
    • Turnovers
      • DAV: 5
      • FOR: 9
    • Bench Points
      • DAV: 13
      • FOR: 6
    • Rebounds
      • DAV: 32
      • FOR: 23

Upcoming Games

  • Friday, January 19th vs George Washington
  • Tuesday, January 23rd @ Dayton
  • Sunday, January 31st vs La Salle

 


#5 Duke (15-2, 3-2)

The Blue Devils got back on track this week with easy wins against Pittsburgh on the road and Wake Forest at home.

Wednesday, January 10th

#7 Duke – 87

Pitt – 52

  • Blue Devils in Double Figures
    • Marvin Bagley III (16 points, 15 rebounds)
    • Trevon Duval (14 points)
    • Gary Trent Jr. (14 points)
    • Grayson Allen (11 points)
    • Wendell Carter Jr. (10 points)
    • Justin Robinson (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • DUKE: 34-64 (53.1%)
      • PITT: 17-51 (33.3%)
    • Free Throws
      • DUKE: 7-18 (38.97%)
      • PITT: 14-22 (63.6%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • DUKE: 12-29 (41.40%)
      • PITT: 4-22 (18.2%)
    • Turnovers
      • DUKE: 6
      • PITT: 15
    • Bench Points
      • DUKE: 22
      • PITT: 30
    • Assists
      • DUKE: 21
      • NCST: 8

Saturday, January 13th

#7 Duke – 89

Wake Forest- 71

  • Blue Devils in Double Figures
    • Marvin Bagley III (30 points, 11 rebounds)
    • Gary Trent Jr. (19 points)
    • Wendell Carter Jr. (15 points, 11 rebounds)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • DUKE: 25-57 (43.9%)
      • WAKE: 27-757 (36%)
    • Free Throws
      • DUKE: 27-34 (79.47%)
      • WAKE: 7-9 (77.8%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • DUKE: 12-23 (52.2%)
      • WAKE: 10-23 (43.5%)
    • Turnovers
      • DUKE: 13
      • WAKE: 12
    • Bench Points
      • DUKE: 15
      • WAKE: 37

Upcoming Games

  • Monday, January 15th vs #25 Miami
  • Saturday, January 20th vs Pitt
  • Tuesday, January 23rd @ Wake Forest
  • Saturday, January 27th vs #2 Virginia
  • Monday, January 29th vs Notre Dame

 


East Carolina (7-10, 1-5)

As expected, the Pirates dropped two at home to #5 Wichita State and Houston.

Thursday, January 11th

East Carolina – 60

#5 Wichita State- 95

  • Pirates in Double Figures
    • B.J. Tyson (16 points)
    • Kentrell Barkley(14 points)
    • Dimitri Spasojevic (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ECU: 23-58 (39.7%)
      • WICH: 38-64 (59.4%)
    • Free Throws
      • ECU: 10-17 (58.8%)
      • WICH: 10-12 (83.3%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ECU: 4-18 (22.2%)
      • WICH: 9-22 (40.9%)
    • Turnovers
      • ECU: 15
      • WICH: 11
    • Bench Points
      • ECU: 14
      • WICH: 51

Sunday, January 14th

East Carolina – 49

Connecticut – 65

  • Pirates in Double Figures
    • Shawn Williams (17 points)
    • B.J. Tyson (12 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ECU: 17-57 (29.8%)
      • HOU: 26-66 (39.4%)
    • Free Throws
      • ECU: 9-12 (75%)
      • HOU: 4-4 (100%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ECU: 6-23 (26.1%)
      • HOU: 9-22 (40.9%)
    • Turnovers
      • ECU: 121
      • HOU: 10
    • Bench Points
      • ECU: 19
      • HOU: 29

Upcoming Games

  • Wednesday, January 17th vs South Florida
  • Saturday, January 20th vs #12 Cincinnati
  • Sunday, January 28th @ SMU
  • Thursday, January 31st vs Tulane

 


Elon (12-7, 4-2)

Elon took a tough overtime loss at home against UNC Wilmington to start the week but bounced back with a good win against Charleston.

Thursday, January 11th

Elon – 78

UNC Wilmington- 80

Final/OT

  • Phoenix in Double Figures
    • Tyler Seibrig (21 points, 12 rebounds)
    • Steven Santa Ana (15 points)
    • Brian Dawkins (12 points)
    • Dmitri Thompson (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ELON: 29-68 (42.6%)
      • UNCW: 29-72 (50.8%)
    • Free Throws
      • ELON: 7-14 (50%)
      • UNCW: 11-17 (64.7%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ELON: 13-40 (32.5%)
      • UNCW: 11-27 (40.7%)
    • Turnovers
      • ELON: 13
      • UNCW: 14
    • Bench Points
      • ELON: 14
      • UNCW: 13

Saturday, January 13th

Elon – 63

Charleston – 58

  • Phoenix in Double Figures
    • Steven Santa Ana (23 points)
    • Tyler Seibrig (17 points)
    • Dmitri Thompson (13 points, 11 rebounds)
    • Brian Dawkins (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ELON: 21-56 (37.5%)
      • COC: 21-57 (36.8%)
    • Free Throws
      • ELON: 10-15 (66.7%)
      • COC: 9-9 (100%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ELON: 11-33 (33.3%)
      • COC: 7-24 (29.2%)
    • Turnovers
      • ELON: 8
      • COC: 10
    • Bench Points
      • ELON: 0
      • COC: 3

Upcoming Games

  • Thursday, January 18th vs James Madison
  • Saturday, January 20th vs William & Mary
  • Thursday, January 25th @ Drexel
  • Saturday, January 27th @ Towson

 


Gardner-Webb (9-10, 4-2)

Gardner-Webb went 2-1 on the week. They defeated High point and Radford at home but fell to Winthrop on the road.

Tuesday, January 9th

High Point- 45

Gardner-Webb- 62

  • Bulldogs in Double Figures
    • David Efianayi (23 points)
    • Liam O’Reilly (14 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • HP: 17-55 (30.9%)
      • WEBB: 19-49 (38.8%)
    • Free Throws
      • HP: 10-16 (62.5%)
      • WEBB: 18-23 (78.3%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • HP: 1-15 (6.7%)
      • WEBB: 6-13 (46.2%)
    • Turnovers
      • HP: 15
      • WEBB: 11
    • Bench Points
      • HP: 13
      • WEBB: 11

Friday, January 12th

Radford-54

Gardner-Webb – 59

  • Bulldogs in Double Figures
    • Liam O’Reilly(17 points)
    • David Efianayi (12 Points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • RAD: 19-52 (35.21%)
      • WEBB: 21-58 (38.2%)
    • Free Throws
      • RAD: 10-19 (52.6%)
      • WEBB: 11-15 (73.3%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • RAD: 6-22 (27.3%)
      • WEBB: 6-18 (33.3%)
    • Turnovers
      • RAD: 17
      • WEBB: 20
    • Bench Points
      • RAD: 21
      • WEBB: 14

Sunday, January 14th

Winthrop-90

Gardner-Webb – 67

  • Bulldogs in Double Figures
    • David Efianayi (21 Points)
    • DJ Laster (13 points)
    • Liam O’Reilly(12 points)
    • Jamaal Robateau (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • WIN: 33-62 (53.2%)
      • WEBB: 27-70 (38.6%)
    • Free Throws
      • WIN: 12-18 (66.7%)
      • WEBB: 6-10 (60%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • WIN: 12-33 (36.4%)
      • WEBB: 7-20 (35%)
    • Turnovers
      • WIN: 13
      • WEBB: 7
    • Bench Points
      • WIN: 20
      • WEBB: 28

Upcoming Games

  • Thursday, January 18th vs Presbyterian
  • Sunday, January 21st @ Charleston Southern
  • Wednesday, January 24th @ Asheville
  • Saturday, January 27th vs Longwood

 


UNC Greensboro (12-5, 3-1)

Greensboro went 1-1 on the week losing on the road to Eastern Tennessee and defeating Western Carolina on the road.

Thursday, January 11th

UNC Greensboro- 58

East Tennessee State- 68

  • Spartans in Double Figures
    • Marvin Smith (11 points)
    • Francis Alonso (10 points)
    • Kyrin Galloway (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNCG: 21-63 (33.3%)
      • ETS: 24-46 (52.2%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNCG: 9-17 (52.9%)
      • ETS: 17-26 (65.4%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNCG: 7-24 (23.1%)
      • ETS: 3-10 (30%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNCG: 11
      • ETS: 14
    • Bench Points
      • UNCG: 21
      • ETS: 23

Saturday, January 13th

UNC Greensboro- 66

Western Carolina- 55

  • Spartans in Double Figures
    • Marvin Smith (24 points)
    • Francis Alonso (20 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNCG: 26-53 (49.1%)
      • WC: 15-38 (39.5%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNCG: 5-7 (71.4%)
      • WC: 20-29 (69%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNCG: 9-29 (31%)
      • WC: 5-12 (41.7%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNCG: 21
      • WC: 15
    • Bench Points
      • UNCG: 11
      • WC: 14
    • Rebounds
      • UNCG: 36
      • WC: 19

Upcoming Games

  • Thursday, January 18th vs Citadel
  • Saturday, January 20th vs Mercer
  • Wednesday, January 24th vs Furman
  • Saturday, January 27th @ Samford
  • Monday, January 29th @ Chattanooga

 


High Point (8-9, 3-3)

The Panthers lost both their games this week on the road to Gardner-Webb at Campbell.

Tuesday, January 9th

High Point- 45

Gardner-Webb- 62

  • Panthers in Double Figures
    • Brandonn Kamga (11 points)
    • Jahaad Proctor (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • HP: 17-55 (30.9%)
      • WEBB: 19-49 (38.8%)
    • Free Throws
      • HP: 10-16 (62.5%)
      • WEBB: 18-23 (78.3%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • HP: 1-15 (6.7%)
      • WEBB: 6-13 (46.2%)
    • Turnovers
      • HP: 15
      • WEBB: 11
    • Bench Points
      • HP: 13
      • WEBB: 11

Friday, January 12th

Campbell – 65

High Point- 64

  • Panthers in Double Figures
    • Andre Fox (20 points)
    • Jahaad Proctor (11 points)
    • Ricky Madison (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • CU: 25-52 (48.1%)
      • HP: 24-52 (46.2%)
    • Free Throws
      • CU: 7-10 (708%)
      • HP:10-15 (66.7%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • CU: 8-26 (30.8%)
      • HP: 6-14 (42.9%)
    • Turnovers
      • CU: 12
      • HP: 15
    • Bench Points
      • CU: 5
      • HP: 23

Upcoming Games

  • Thursday, January 18th vs Liberty
  • Sunday, January 21st @ Longwood
  • Wednesday, January 24th vs Radford
  • Saturday, January 27th @ Asheville

 


 

NC State (12-6, 2-3)

The Wolfpack had a solid home win against #19 Clemson but suffered a tough road loss to #3 Virginia.

Thursday, January 11th

NC State- 78

#19 Clemson- 77

  • Wolfpack in Double Figures
    • Omer Yurtseven (29 points)
    • Allerik Freeman (14 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • NCST: 28-67 (41.8%)
      • CLEM: 28-53 (52.8%)
    • Free Throws
      • NCST: 12-20 (60%)
      • CLEM: 15-22 (68.2%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • NCST: 10-21 (47.63%)
      • CLEM: 6-16 (37.5%)
    • Turnovers
      • NCST: 4
      • CLEM: 17
    • Bench Points
      • NCST: 13
      • CLEM: 19
    • Rebounds
      • NCST: 32
      • CLEM: 43

Sunday, January 14th

NC State- 51

#3 Virginia- 68

  • Wolfpack in Double Figures
    • Torin Dorn (16 points)
    • Lavar Batts Jr. (12 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • VIR: 23-41 (56.1%)
      • NCST: 23-56 (41.4%)
    • Free Throws
      • VIR: 14-16 (87.5%)
      • NCST: 3-5 (60%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • VIR: 8-14 (57.1%)
      • NCST: 2-16 (12.5%)
    • Turnovers
      • VIR: 15
      • NCST: 15
    • Bench Points
      • VIR: 6
      • NCST: 21
    • Assists
      • VIR: 16
      • NCST: 7

Upcoming Games

  • Thursday, January 18th vs Wake Forest
  • Sunday, January 21th vs #25 Miami
  • Wednesday, January 24th @ Pittsburgh
  • Saturday, January 27th @ #15 North Carolina

 


#15 North Carolina  (14-4, 3-2)

After dropping back to back games, the Heels were able to bounce back this week with wins against Boston College and Notre Dame.

Tuesday, January 9th

#20 UNC- 96

Boston College- 66

  • Tar Heels in Double Figures
    • Luke Maye (32 points, 18 rebounds)
    • Cameron Johnson (14 points)
    • Joel Berry (13 points)
    • Kenny Williams (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNC: 39-78 (50%)
      • BC: 24-62 (38.7%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNC: 9-9 (100%)
      • BC: 6-13 (46.2%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNC: 9-27 (33.3%)
      • BC: 12-33 (36.4%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNC: 8
      • BC: 5
    • Bench Points
      • UNC: 19
      • BC: 4

Saturday, January 13th

#20 UNC- 69

Notre Dame- 68

  • Tar Heels in Double Figures
    • Luke Maye (18points, 11 rebounds)
    • Joel Berry (15 points)
    • Theo Pinson (13 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNC: 26-61 (42.6%)
      • ND: 23-66 (34.8%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNC: 11-171 (64.7%)
      • ND: 12-15 (80%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNC: 6-21 (28.6%)
      • ND: 10-24 (41.7%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNC: 7
      • ND: 11
    • Bench Points
      • UNC: 11
      • ND: 14

Upcoming Games

  • Tuesday, January 16th vs #20 Clemson
  • Saturday, January 20th vs Georgia Tech
  • Monday, January 22nd @ Virginia Tech
  • Saturday, 27 vs NC State
  • Tuesday, January 30th @ #20 Clemson

 


Wake Forest  (8-9, 1-4)

Danny Manning’s Deacons went 0-2 on the week. They lost to Virgina Tech at home and to #7 Duke on the road.

Wednesday, January 10th

Wake- 75

Virginia Tech- 83

  • Demon Deacons in Double Figures
    • Brandon Childress  (17 points)
    • Keyshawn Woods (12 points)
    • Doral Moore (12 points)
    • Bryant Crawford (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • WAKE: 31-70 (44.3%)
      • VT: 29-57 (50.9%)
    • Free Throws
      • WAKE: 4-7 (57.1%)
      • VT: 13-16 (81.3%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • WAKE:9-25 (36%)
      • VT: 12-28 (42.9%)
    • Turnovers
      • WAKE: 13
      • VT: 11
    • Bench Points
      • WAKE: 27
      • VT: 14
    • Rebounds
      • WAKE:40
      • VT: 30

Saturday, January 13th

#7 Duke – 89

Wake Forest- 71

  • Demon Deacons in Double Figures
    • Bryant Crawford (21 points)
    • Keyshawn Woods (15 points)
    • Brandon Childress (11 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • DUKE: 25-57 (43.9%)
      • WAKE: 27-757 (36%)
    • Free Throws
      • DUKE: 27-34 (79.47%)
      • WAKE: 7-9 (77.8%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • DUKE: 12-23 (52.2%)
      • WAKE: 10-23 (43.5%)
    • Turnovers
      • DUKE: 13
      • WAKE: 12
    • Bench Points
      • DUKE: 15
      • WAKE: 37

Upcoming Games

  • Thursday, January 18th @ NC State
  • Sunday, January 21st vs #2 Virginia
  • Tuesday, January 23rd vs #5 Duke
  • Saturday, January 27th @ Louisville
  • Wednesday, January 31st vs Florida St.

 


Western Carolina  (7-10, 3-2)

WCU went 1-1 at home this week. They beat Mercer but lost to UNC Greensboro.

Wednesday, January 10th

Western Carolina – 58

Mercer- 56

  • Catamounts in Double Figures
    • Mike Amius(21 points)
    • Devin Peterson (12 points)
    • Marc Gosselin (11 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • WCU: 21-53 (39.6%)
      • MERC: 18-51(35.3%)
    • Free Throws
      • WCU: 11-21 (52.4%)
      • MERC: 15-20 (75%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • WCU:5-15 (33%)
      • MERC: 5-21 (23.8%)
    • Turnovers
      • WCU: 19
      • MERC: 14
    • Bench Points
      • WCU: 15
      • MERC: 10
    • Rebounds
      • WCU:41
      • MERC: 33

Saturday, January 13th

UNC Greensboro- 66

Western Carolina- 55

  • Catamounts in Double Figures
    • Mike Amius (19 points)
    • Deriece Parks (12 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNCG: 26-53 (49.1%)
      • WC: 15-38 (39.5%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNCG: 5-7 (71.4%)
      • WC: 20-29 (69%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNCG: 9-29 (31%)
      • WC: 5-12 (41.7%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNCG: 21
      • WC: 15
    • Bench Points
      • UNCG: 11
      • WC: 14
    • Rebounds
      • UNCG: 36
      • WC: 19

Upcoming Games

  • Monday, January 15th vs VMI
  • Saturday, January 20th @ East Tennessee State
  • Thursday, January 25th vs South Wesleyan
  • Saturday, January 27th @ Furman
  • Monday, January 29th @ Wofford

 


UNC Wilmington (5-13, 2-4)

C.B. McGrath’s club went 1-1 on the week. They defeated Elon on the road but dropped a home game to Northeastern both games went into overtime.

Thursday, January 11th

UNCW- 80

Elon- 78

Final/OT

  • Seahawks in Double Figures
    • Jaylen Fornes (20 points)
    • Ty Taylor II (17 points)
    • Jordan Talley (14 points)
    • Devontae Cacok (14 points, 17 rebounds)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ELON: 29-68 (42.6%)
      • UNCW: 29-72 (50.8%)
    • Free Throws
      • ELON: 7-14 (50%)
      • UNCW: 11-17 (64.7%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ELON: 13-40 (32.5%)
      • UNCW: 11-27 (40.7%)
    • Turnovers
      • ELON: 13
      • UNCW: 14
    • Bench Points
      • ELON: 14
      • UNCW: 13

Saturday, January 13th

UNCW- 77

Northeastern- 81

Final/OT

  • Seahawks in Double Figures
    • Jaylen Fornes (24 points)
    • Jordan Talley (17 points)
    • Devontae Cacok (15 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNCW: 30-67 (44.8%)
      • NE: 28-53 (52.8%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNCW: 12-18 (66.7%)
      • NE: 17-23 (73.9%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNCW:5-18 (27.8%)
      • NE: 8-24 (33%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNCW: 12
      • NE: 17
    • Bench Points
      • UNCW: 20
      • NE: 36

Upcoming Games

  • Thursday, January 18th @ College of Charleston
  • Saturday, January 20th vs Towson
  • Thursday, January 25th vs James Madison
  • Saturday, January 27th vs William & Mary

 


Power Rankings

  1. #5 Duke (15-2, 3-2)
  2. #15 North Carolina (14-4, 3-2)
  3. Greensboro (12-5, 3-1)
  4. NC State (12-6, 2-3)
  5. Central (9-8, 3-0)
  6. Davidson (9-7, 4-1)
  7. Elon (12-7, 4-2)
  8. Gardner-Webb (9-9, 4-1)
  9. Asheville (10-8, 3-2)
  10. Campbell (9-8, 3-2)
  11. A&T (9-8, 2-0)
  12. High Point (7-9, 2-3)
  13. Wake Forest (8-9, 1-4)
  14. East Carolina (7-10, 1-5)
  15. Appalachian St. (8-11, 3-3)
  16. Wilmington (5-13, 1-4)
  17. Charlotte (5-11, 1-4)
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