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

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

Our NC teams are now in the trenches of conference play. Check out the updates for this past week’s games. The NC Men’s D1 Basketball Report here:

NC A&T (12-8, 5-0)

A&T went unbeaten on the week posting a 3-0 record with home wins against Coppin State and Norfolk State and a road win at Maryland-Eastern Shore.

Monday, January 15th

North Carolina A&T – 60

Coppin State-47

  • Aggies in Double Figures
    • Davaris McGowens (13 points)
    • Aaren Edmead (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • A&T: 19-53 (35.8%)
      • CS: 17-55 (30.9%)
    • Free Throws
      • A&T: 16-19 (84.2%)
      • CS: 6-12 (50%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • A&T: 6-26(23.1%)
      • CS: 7-27 (25.9%)
    • Turnovers
      • A&T: 14
      • CS: 14
    • Bench Points
      • A&T: 19
      • NFS: 22

Thursday, January 18th

North Carolina A&T – 71

Norfolk State-68

  • Aggies in Double Figures
    • Denzel Keyes (21 Points)
    • Devonte Boykins (12 points)
    • Davaris McGowens (10 points)
    • Aaren Edmead (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • A&T: 22-45 (48.9%)
      • NFS: 28-63 (44.4%)
    • Free Throws
      • A&T: 17-21 (81%)
      • NFS: 3-6 (50%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • A&T: 10-20(50%)
      • NFS: 9-23 (39.1%)
    • Turnovers
      • A&T: 19
      • NFS: 16
    • Bench Points
      • A&T: 29
      • NFS: 16

Saturday, January 20th

North Carolina A&T -66

Maryland-Eastern Shore-64

  • Aggies in Double Figures
    • Femi Olujobi (17 points)
    • Aaren Edmead (14 points)
    • Davaris McGowens (11 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • A&T: 24-58 (41.4%)
      • UMES: 25-56 (44.6%)
    • Free Throws
      • A&T: 12-15 (80%)
      • UMES: 9-15 (60 %)
    • Three-Pointers
      • A&T: 6-22 (27.3%)
      • UMES: 5-22 (22.7%)
    • Turnovers
      • A&T: 8
      • UMES: 10
    • Bench Points
      • A&T: 14
      • UMES: 28

Upcoming Games

  • Monday, January 22nd @ Howard
  • Saturday, January 27th vs North Carolina Central

 


Appalachian State (8-12, 3-4)

The Mountaineers lost their lone contest of the week, a road game to Southern Alabama.

Saturday, January 20th

Appalachian St. – 77

Southern Alabama- 83

  • Mountaineers in Double Figures
    • Justin Forrest (15 Points)
    • Griffin Kinney ( 14 points)
    • Craig Hilton ( 13 points)
    • O’Showen Williams (12 points)
    • Tyrell Johnson (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ASU: 27-58 (46.6%)
      • USA: 28-53 (52.8%)
    • Free Throws
      • ASU: 13-18 (72.2 %)
      • USA: 22-25 (88%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ASU: 10-21 (47.6%)
      • USA: 5-16 (31.3%)
    • Turnovers
      • ASU: 12
      • USA: 13
    • Bench Points
      • ASU: 28
      • USA: 8

Upcoming Games

  • Thursday, January 25th vs Arkansas- Little Rock
  • Saturday, January 27th vs Arkansas St.

 


UNC Asheville (12-9, 5-3)

The Bulldogs went 2-1 on the week with a home win against Charleston Southern and a road win against Liberty while dropping a road game to Winthrop.

Monday, January 15th

Charleston Southern-73

UNC Asheville – 83

  • Bulldogs in Double Figures
    • Macio Teague (27 points)
    • Ahmad Thomas (19 points)
    • Raekwon Miller (15 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • CHSO: 26-55 (47.3%)
      • UNCA: 29-47 (61.7%)
    • Free Throws
      • CHSO: 13-21 (61.9%)
      • UNCA: 12-15 (80%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • CHSO: 8-23 (34.8%)
      • UNCA: 13-21 (61.9%)
    • Turnovers
      • CHSO: 12
      • UNCA: 14
    • Bench Points
      • CHSO: 15
      • UNCA: 10

Thursday, January 18th

Winthrop- 85

UNC Asheville – 58

  • Bulldogs in Double Figures
    • Ahmad Thomas (20 points)
    • Macio Teague (14 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • WIN: 27-57 (47.4%)
      • UNCA: 24-69 (34.8%)
    • Free Throws
      • WIN: 20-28 (71.4%)
      • UNCA: 20-27 (74.1%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • WIN: 11-26 (42.3%)
      • UNCA: 4-22 (18.2%)
    • Turnovers
      • WIN: 10
      • UNCA: 9
    • Bench Points
      • WIN: 24
      • UNCA: 12

Sunday, January 21st

UNC Asheville-84

Liberty -68

  • Bulldogs in Double Figures
    • Ahmad Thomas (23 points)
    • Kevin Vannatta (23 points)
    • Raekwon Miller (12 points)
    • Macio Teague (11 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • LIB: 23-56 (41.4%)
      • UNCA: 30-48 (62.5%)
    • Free Throws
      • LIB: 17-21 (81%)
      • UNCA: 9-12 (75%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • LIB: 5-18 (27.8 %)
      • UNCA: 15-24 (62.5%)
    • Turnovers
      • LIB: 12
      • UNCA: 19
    • Bench Points
      • LIB: 18
      • UNCA: 12

Upcoming Games

  • Wednesday, January 24th vs Gardner-Webb
  • Saturday, January 27th vs High Point

 


Campbell (11-9, 5-3)

The Fighting Camels went 2-1 on the week winning two home games against Charleston Southern and Radford on a Chris Clemmons buzzer. They fell in their lone road game to Longwood.

Monday, January 15th

Campbell – 62

Longwood- 76

  • Camels in Double Figures
    • Chris Clemmons (28 points)
    • Andrew Eudy (13 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • CU: 20-59 (33.9%)
      • LONG: 26-64 (40.6%)
    • Free Throws
      • CU: 17-19 (89.5%)
      • LONG: 18-25 (72%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • CU: 5-29 (17.2%)
      • LONG: 6-18 (33.3%)
    • Turnovers
      • CU: 14
      • LONG: 12
    • Bench Points
      • CU: 8
      • LONG: 13
    • Rebounds
      • CU: 36
      • LON: 45

Thursday, January 18th

Campbell – 62

Charleston Southern- 47

  • Camels in Double Figures
    • Chris Clemmons (23 points)
    • Cory Gensler (14 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • CU: 19-43 (44.2%)
      • CHSO: 17-55 (30.9%)
    • Free Throws
      • CU: 18-20 (90%)
      • CHSO: 9-17 (52.9%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • CU: 6-19 (31.6%)
      • CHSO: 4-15 (26.7%)
    • Turnovers
      • CU: 17
      • CHSO: 12
    • Bench Points
      • CU: 12
      • CHSO: 11

Sunday, January 21th

Campbell- 59

Radford- 56

  • Camels in Double Figures
    • Chris Clemmons (22 points)
      • Hit Game-Winning Buzzer Beater
    • Marcus Burk (14 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • CU: 19-49 (38.8%)
      • RAD: 19-53 (35.8%)
    • Free Throws
      • CU: 13-20 (65%)
      • RAD: 13-17 (76.5%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • CU: 8-22 (36.4%)
      • RAD: 5-23 (21.7%)
    • Turnovers
      • CU: 12
      • RAD: 12
    • Bench Points
      • CU: 2
      • RAD: 22

Upcoming Games

  • Tuesday, January 23rd @ Liberty
  • Saturday, January 27th @ Winthrop

 


North Carolina Central (10-9, 4-1)

The Eagles went 1-1 on the week with a home win against Morgan State and a disappointing road loss to Howard

Monday, January 15th

NC Central- 77

Morgan State- 63

  • Eagles in Double Figures
    • Raasean Davis (18 points, 11 rebounds)
    • Pablo Rivas (15 points)
    • Jordan Perkins (12 points)
    • Reginald Gardner Jr (11 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • NCCU: 27-60 (45%)
      • MS: 20-57 (35.1%)
    • Free Throws
      • NCCU: 16-21 (76.2%)
      • MS: 19-27 (70.4%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • NCCU: 7-22 (31.8%)
      • MS: 4-14 (28.6%)
    • Turnovers
      • NCCU: 11
      • MS: 7
    • Bench Points
      • NCCU: 37
      • MS: 12

Saturday, January 20th (OT)

NC Central-78

Howard-84

  • Eagles in Double Figures
    • Raasean Davis (19 points)
    • Reginald Gardner Jr. (17 points)
    • Jordan Perkins (11 points)
    • Larry McKnight Jr. (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • NCCU: 31-62 (50%)
      • HOW: 29-67 (43.3%)
    • Free Throws
      • NCCU: 11-20 (55%)
      • HOW: 19-27 (70.4%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • NCCU: 5-9 (55.6%)
      • HOW: 7-20 (35%)
    • Turnovers
      • NCCU: 20
      • HOW: 12
    • Bench Points
      • NCCU: 30
      • HOW: 13

Upcoming Games

  • Monday, January 22nd @ Maryland-Eastern Shore
  • Saturday, January 27th @ North Carolina A&T

 


UNC Charlotte (5-13, 1-6)

Charlotte went 0-2 for the week. They lost to Florida Atlantic and Florida International on the road. The Niners are 2-11 over their last 13 games.

Thursday, January 18th

Charlotte- 64

Florida Atlantic- 75

  • 49ers in Double Figures
    • Jon Davis (25 points)
    • Austin Ajukwa (14 points)
    • Milos Supica (12 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNCC: 25-51(49%)
      • FAU: 30-62(48.4%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNCC: 9-18(50%)
      • FAU: 9-16(56.3%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNCC: 5-14 (35.7%)
      • FAU: 6-12 (50%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNCC: 16
      • FAU: 12
    • Bench Points
      • UNCC: 17
      • FAU: 22

Saturday, January 20th

Charlotte- 59

Florida International- 79

  • 49ers in Double Figures
    • Jon Davis (15 points)
    • Ryan Murphy (14 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNCC: 22-53 (41.5%)
      • FIU: 26-55 (47.3%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNCC: 9-12 (75%)
      • FIU: 19-25 (76%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNCC:6-20 (30%)
      • FIU: 8-18 (44.4%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNCC: 16
      • FIU: 7
    • Bench Points
      • UNCC: 8
      • FIU: 18

Upcoming Games

  • Saturday, January 27th vs Old Dominion

 


Davidson (10-7, 5-1)

Davidson continued their push in the A-10, winning their lone home game this week against St Bonaventure.

Friday, January 19th

Davidson – 83

St. Bonaventure-73

  • Wildcats in Double Figures
    • Peyton Aldridge (25 points)
    • Jon Axel Gudmundsson (21 points)
    • Kellan Grady (16 points)
    • KiShawn Pritchett (11 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • DAV: 28-53 (52.8%)
      • SBON: 25-62 (40.3)
    • Free Throws
      • DAV: 13-14 (92.9%)
      • SBON: 14-17 (82.4%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • DAV: 14-33 (42.4%)
      • SBON: 9-24 (37.5%)
    • Turnovers
      • DAV: 11
      • SBON: 8
    • Bench Points
      • DAV: 7
      • SBON: 4

Upcoming Games

  • Tuesday, January 23rd @ Dayton
  • Sunday, January 31st vs La Salle

 


#5 Duke (17-2, 5-2)

Coach K’s club earned two home victories this week. First, the survived #25 Miami. Then they took out Pitt out to the woodshed. 

Monday, January 15th

#5 Duke – 83

#25 Miami- 75

  • Blue Devils in Double Figures
    • Gary Trent Jr. (30 points)
    • Trevon Duval (17 points)
    • Wendell Carter Jr. (15 points, 14 rebounds)
    • Marvin Bagley III (13 points, 12 rebounds)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • DUKE: 31-56 (55.4%)
      • MIA: 29-78 (37.2%)
    • Free Throws
      • DUKE: 10-21 (47.6%)
      • MIA: 8-10 (80%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • DUKE: 11-21 (52.4%)
      • MIA: 9-25 (36%)
    • Turnovers
      • DUKE: 19
      • MIA: 11
    • Bench Points
      • DUKE: 3
      • MIA: 15

Saturday, January 20th

#5 Duke – 81

Pitt – 54

  • Blue Devils in Double Figures
    • Wendell Carter Jr. (21 points)
    • Marvin Bagley III (20 points)
    • Gary Trent Jr. (17 points)
    • Grayson Allen (16 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • DUKE: 29-56 (51.8%)
      • PITT: 20-49 (40.8%)
    • Free Throws
      • DUKE: 11-17 (64.7%)
      • PITT: 10-14 (71.4%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • DUKE: 12-26 (46.2%)
      • PITT: 4-16 (25%)
    • Turnovers
      • DUKE: 15
      • PITT: 15
    • Bench Points
      • DUKE: 2
      • PITT: 18

Upcoming Games

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

 


East Carolina (8-11, 2-6)

The Pirates throttled South Florida at home but dropped a road game at #12 Cincinnati.

Wednesday, January 17th

East Carolina – 90

South Florida- 52

  • Pirates in Double Figures
    • Shawn Williams (22 points)
    • Kentrell Barkley (18 points, 10 rebounds)
    • B.J. Tyson (11 points)
    • Dimitri Spasojevic (10 points)
    • Isaac Fleming (10 points, 10 assists)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ECU: 35-57 (61.4%)
      • USF: 20-49 (40.8%)
    • Free Throws
      • ECU: 9-12 (75%)
      • USF: 8-12 (66.7%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ECU: 11-19 (57.9%)
      • USF: 4-14 (28.6%)
    • Turnovers
      • ECU: 14
      • USF: 18
    • Bench Points
      • ECU: 34
      • USF: 16

Saturday, January 20th

East Carolina – 60

#12 Cincinnati- 86

  • Pirates in Double Figures
    • Shawn Williams (15 points)
    • Isaac Fleming (15 points)
    • Kentrell Barkley (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ECU: 25-59 (42.4%)
      • CIN: 33-73 (45.2)
    • Free Throws
      • ECU: 6-11 (54.6%)
      • CIN: 15-21 (71.4%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ECU: 4-16 (25%)
      • CIN: 5-14 (35.7%)
    • Turnovers
      • ECU: 15
      • CIN: 7
    • Bench Points
      • ECU: 10
      • CIN: 24

Upcoming Games

  • Sunday, January 28th @ SMU
  • Thursday, January 31st vs Tulane

 


Elon (12-9, 4-4)

Elon took a tough overtime loss on the road at James Madison and then got bounced at home against William & Mary.

Thursday, January 18th

Elon – 74

James Madison- 85

Final/OT

  • Phoenix in Double Figures
    • Tyler Seibrig (15 points)
    • Dainan Swoope (15 points)
    • Brian Dawkins (15 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ELON: 26-60 (43.4%)
      • JMU: 27-63 (42.9%)
    • Free Throws
      • ELON: 11-21 (52.4%)
      • JMU: 19-22 (86.4%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ELON: 11-32 (34.4%)
      • JMU: 12-32 (37.5%)
    • Turnovers
      • ELON: 11
      • JMU: 11
    • Bench Points
      • ELON: 17
      • JMU: 2

Saturday, January 20th

Elon – 73

William & Mary- 80

  • Phoenix in Double Figures
    • Brian Dawkins (19 points)
    • Dainan Swoope (14 points)
    • Steven Santa Ana (11 points)
    • Tyler Seibrig (11 points)
    • Dmitri Thompson (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ELON: 26-62 (41.9%)
      • WM: 28-54 (51.9%)
    • Free Throws
      • ELON: 13-19 (68.4%)
      • WM: 8-15 (53.3%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ELON: 8-29 (27.6%)
      • WM: 16-21 (51.6%)
    • Turnovers
      • ELON: 12
      • WM: 13
    • Bench Points
      • ELON: 8
      • WM: 10

Upcoming Games

  • Thursday, January 25th @ Drexel
  • Saturday, January 27th @ Towson

 


Gardner-Webb (10-11, 5-3)

Gardner-Webb went 1-1 on the week. They defeated Presbyterian at home and lost to Charleston Southern on the road.

Thursday, January 18th

Presbyterian- 53

Gardner-Webb- 61

  • Bulldogs in Double Figures
    • DJ Laster (22 points)
    • David Efianayi (16 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • PRE: 18-56 (32.1%)
      • WEBB: 21-46 (45.7%)
    • Free Throws
      • PRE: 13-18 (72.2%)
      • WEBB: 15-19 (78.9%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • PRE: 4-27 (14.8%)
      • WEBB: 4-17 (23.5%)
    • Turnovers
      • PRE: 13
      • WEBB: 12
    • Bench Points
      • PRE: 10
      • WEBB: 4

Sunday, January 21st

Charleston Southern- 83

Gardner-Webb – 68

  • Bulldogs in Double Figures
    • Liam O’Reilly(27 points)
    • David Efianayi (17 Points)
    • DJ Laster (14 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • CHSO: 26-51 (51%)
      • WEBB: 27-56 (48.2%)
    • Free Throws
      • CHSO: 21-23 (91.3%)
      • WEBB: 4-10 (40%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • CHSO: 10-23 (43.5%)
      • WEBB: 10-20 (50%)
    • Turnovers
      • CHSO: 13
      • WEBB: 19
    • Bench Points
      • CHSO: 16
      • WEBB: 4

Upcoming Games

  • Wednesday, January 24th @ Asheville
  • Saturday, January 27th vs Longwood

 


UNC Greensboro (14-5, 5-1)

Greensboro went 2-0 on the week with home wins against Citadel and Mercer in OT.

Thursday, January 18th

UNC Greensboro- 72

Citadel- 58

  • Spartans in Double Figures
    • Marvin Smith (14 points)
    • Isaiah Miller (13 points)
    • Demetrius Troy (12 points)
    • James Dickey (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNCG: 26-64 (40.6%)
      • CIT: 21-54 (38.9%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNCG: 9-13 (69.2%)
      • CIT: 9-15 (60%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNCG: 11-30 (36.7%)
      • CIT: 7-29 (24.1%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNCG: 14
      • CIT: 15
    • Bench Points
      • UNCG: 27
      • CIT: 9

Saturday, January 20th

UNC Greensboro- 70

Mercer- 66

Final/OT

  • Spartans in Double Figures
    • Francis Alonso (17 points)
    • Marvin Smith (15 points)
    • Demetrius Troy (12 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNCG: 22-57 (38.6%)
      • MER:20-50 (40%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNCG: 18-28 (64.3%)
      • MER: 16-20 (80%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNCG: 8-28 (28.6%)
      • MER: 10-19 (52.6%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNCG: 9
      • MER: 18
    • Bench Points
      • UNCG: 9
      • MER: 22

Upcoming Games

  • Wednesday, January 24th vs Furman
  • Saturday, January 27th @ Samford
  • Monday, January 29th @ Chattanooga

 


High Point (10-9, 5-3)

The Panthers won both of their games this week to extend their win streak to three straight in conference play. Jahaad Proctor and company was able to earn a road win against Longwood and a home win against Liberty.

Thursday, January 18th

High Point- 71

Liberty- 60

  • Panthers in Double Figures
    • Jahaad Proctor (24 points)
    • Andre Fox (22 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • HP: 25-50 (50%)
      • LIB: 20-43 (46.5%)
    • Free Throws
      • HP: 13-18 (72.2%)
      • LIB: 16-20 (80%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • HP: 8-14 (57.1%)
      • LIB: 4-18 (22.2%)
    • Turnovers
      • HP: 9
      • LIB: 14
    • Bench Points
      • HP: 13
      • LIB: 28

Sunday, January 21st

Longwood- 55

High Point- 75

  • Panthers in Double Figures
    • Jahaad Proctor (22 points)
    • Brandonn Kamga (16 points)
    • Andre Fox (11 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • LONG: 20-54 (37%)
      • HP: 26-49 (53.1%)
    • Free Throws
      • LONG: 9-17 (52.9%)
      • HP: 14-20 (70%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • LONG: 6-25 (24%)
      • HP: 9-18 (50%)
    • Turnovers
      • LONG: 12
      • HP: 11
    • Bench Points
      • LONG: 6
      • HP: 13

Upcoming Games

  • Wednesday, January 24th vs Radford
  • Saturday, January 27th @ Asheville

 


NC State (13-7, 3-4)

Kevin Keatts and the Pack earned a win against Wake Forest but lost to #25 Miami to go 1-1 on the week.

Thursday, January 18th

NC State- 72

Wake Forest- 63

  • Wolfpack in Double Figures
    • Omer Yurtseven (22 points)
    • Markell Johnson (13 points)
    • Torin Dorn (11 points)
    • Braxton Beverly (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • NCST: 26-62 (41.2%)
      • WAKE: 25-65 (38.5%)
    • Free Throws
      • NCST: 13-20 (65%)
      • WAKE: 9-15 (60%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • NCST: 7-26 (26.9%)
      • WAKE: 4-17 (23.5%)
    • Turnovers
      • NCST: 12
      • WAKE: 13
    • Bench Points
      • NCST: 22
      • WAKE: 22

Sunday, January 21st

NC State- 81

#25 Miami- 86

  • Wolfpack in Double Figures
    • Omer Yurtseven (28 points)
    • Torin Dorn (13 points)
    • Allerik Freeman (13 points)
    • Braxton Beverly (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • MIA: 34-59 (57.6%)
      • NCST: 31-57 (54.4%)
    • Free Throws
      • MIA: 8-12 (66.7%)
      • NCST: 12-16 (75%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • MIA: 10-19 (52.6%)
      • NCST: 7-18 (38.9%)
    • Turnovers
      • MIA: 10
      • NCST: 15
    • Bench Points
      • MIA: 33
      • NCST: 30

Upcoming Games

  • Wednesday, January 24th @ Pittsburgh
  • Saturday, January 27th @ #15 North Carolina

 


#10 North Carolina  (16-4, 5-2)

The Heels earned a top 20 win against Clemson at home and another home win against Georgia Tech.

Tuesday, January 16th

#15 UNC- 87

#20 Clemson- 79

  • Tar Heels in Double Figures
    • Cameron Johnson (21 points)
    • Joel Berry (17 points)
    • Kenny Williams (15 points)
    • Theo Pinson (12 points)
    • Luke Maye (11 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNC: 26-51 (51%)
      • CLEM: 27-56 (48.2%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNC: 20-24 (83.3%)
      • CLEM: 14-21 (66.7%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNC: 15-31 (48.4%)
      • CLEM: 11-31 (35.5%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNC: 14
      • CLEM: 15
    • Bench Points
      • UNC: 11
      • CLEM: 8

Saturday, January 20th

#15 UNC- 80

Georgia Tech- 66

  • Tar Heels in Double Figures
    • Luke Maye (17 points, 11 rebounds)
    • Cameron Johnson (16 points)
    • Joel Berry (16 points)
    • Theo Pinson (11 points, 10 rebounds)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNC: 28-66 (42.4%)
      • GT: 29-60 (48.3%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNC: 19-24 (79.2 %)
      • GT: 3-6 (50%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNC: 5-21 (23.8%)
      • GT: 5-18 (27.8%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNC: 14
      • GT: 15
    • Bench Points
      • UNC: 15
      • GT: 7

Upcoming Games

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

 


Wake Forest  (8-11, 1-6)

The Deacons took their losing streak to 5 with a road loss to NC State and a home loss to #2 Virginia.

Thursday, January 18th

NC State- 72

Wake Forest- 63

  • Demon Deacons in Double Figures
    • Bryant Crawford (18 points)
    • Doral Moore (15 points, 10 Rebounds)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • NCST: 26-62 (41.2%)
      • WAKE: 25-65 (38.5%)
    • Free Throws
      • NCST: 13-20 (65%)
      • WAKE: 9-15 (60%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • NCST: 7-26 (26.9%)
      • WAKE: 4-17 (23.5%)
    • Turnovers
      • NCST: 12
      • WAKE: 13
    • Bench Points
      • NCST: 22
      • WAKE: 22

Sunday, January 21st

#2 Virginia- 59

Wake Forest- 49

  • Demon Deacons in Double Figures
    • Bryant Crawford (11 points)
    • Mitchell Wilbekin (10 points)
    • Brandon Childress (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • VA: 21-52 (40.4)
      • WAKE: 17-46 (37%)
    • Free Throws
      • VA: 10-10 (100%)
      • WAKE: 11-14 (78.6%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • VA: 7-17 (41.2%)
      • WAKE: 4-13 (30.8%)
    • Turnovers
      • VA: 10
      • WAKE: 12
    • Bench Points
      • VA: 24
      • WAKE: 15

Upcoming Games

  • Tuesday, January 23rd vs #5 Duke
  • Saturday, January 27th @ Louisville
  • Wednesday, January 31st vs Florida St.

 


Western Carolina  (8-11, 4-3)

WCU went 1-1 with a home win against VMI and a road loss to East Tennesse State.

Monday, January 15th

Western Carolina – 65

VMI- 58

  • Catamounts in Double Figures
    • Marc Gosselin (16 points)
    • Ashley Williams (13 points)
    • Mike Amius (13 points, 12 rebounds)
    • Deriece Parks (11 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • WCU: 22-51 (43.1%)
      • VMI: 22-57 (38.6%)
    • Free Throws
      • WCU: 17-26 (65.4%)
      • VMI: 8-9 (88.9%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • WCU:4-17 (23.5%)
      • VMI: 6-20 (30%)
    • Turnovers
      • WCU: 18
      • VMI: 20
    • Bench Points
      • WCU: 16
      • VMI: 12

Saturday, January 20th

East Tennessee State- 66

Western Carolina- 50

  • Catamounts in Double Figures
    • Deriece Parks (16 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ETST: 24-49 (49%)
      • WC: 19-59 (32.2%)
    • Free Throws
      • ETST: 13-19 (68.4%)
      • WC: 8-11 (72.7%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ETST: 5-19 (26.3%)
      • WC: 4-19 (21.1%)
    • Turnovers
      • ETST: 17
      • WC: 13
    • Bench Points
      • ETST:25
      • WC: 13

Upcoming Games

  • Thursday, January 25th vs South Wesleyan
  • Saturday, January 27th @ Furman
  • Monday, January 29th @ Wofford

 


UNC Wilmington (6-14, 3-5)

C.B. McGrath’s club went 1-1 on the week. They defeated Towson at home in OT and dropped a road game to Charleston.

Thursday, January 18th

UNCW- 76

Charleston- 80

  • Seahawks in Double Figures
    • Ty Taylor II (23 points)
    • Devontae Cacok (20 points, 13 rebounds)
    • Jordan Talley (18 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • COFC: 27-59 (45.8%)
      • UNCW: 27-58 (46.6%)
    • Free Throws
      • COFC: 16-21 (76.2%)
      • UNCW: 11-15 (73.3%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • COFC: 10-21 (47.6%)
      • UNCW: 11-20 (55%)
    • Turnovers
      • COFC: 8
      • UNCW: 15
    • Bench Points
      • COFC: 9
      • UNCW: 3

Saturday, January 21st

UNCW- 73

Towson- 71

Final/OT

  • Seahawks in Double Figures
    • Ty Taylor II (20 points)
    • Jordan Talley (14 points)
    • Devontae Cacok (12 points)
    • Jaylen Fornes (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNCW: 24-61 (39.3%)
      • TOW: 22-62 (35.5%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNCW: 20-28 (71.4%)
      • TOW: 21-27 (77.8%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNCW: 5-21 (23.8%)
      • TOW: 6-20 (30%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNCW: 16
      • TOW: 18
    • Bench Points
      • UNCW: 9
      • TOW: 27

Upcoming Games

  • Thursday, January 25th vs James Madison
  • Saturday, January 27th vs William & Mary

 


Power Rankings

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