NC Men’s D1 Basketball Report: Rolling into February

NC Men’s D1 Basketball Report: Rolling into February

Its starting to get into crunch time for our North Carolina teams. Check out the NC Men’s D1 Basketball Report: Rolling into February

NC A&T (14-9, 7-1)

The Aggies defeated Hampton in their lone contest of the week at home.

Saturday, February 3rd

North Carolina A&T – 92

Hampton- 84

  • Aggies in Double Figures
    • Davaris McGowens (21 points)
    • Kameron Langley (17 points)
    • Aaren Edmead(14 points)
    • Femi Olujobi (11 points)
    • Devonte Boykins (11 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • A&T: 34-58 (58.6%)
      • HAM: 33-66 (50%)
    • Free Throws
      • A&T: 16-23 (69.6%)
      • HAM: 9-10 (90%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • A&T: 8-21 (38.1%)
      • HAM: 9-21 (42.9%)
    • Turnovers
      • A&T: 8
      • HAM: 9
    • Bench Points
      • A&T: 18
      • HAM: 25

Upcoming Games

  • Monday, February 5th vs Delaware State
  • Saturday, February 10th @ South Carolina State

Appalachian State (10-15, 5-7)

The Mountaineers went 1-1 on the week dropping a road game to UT Arlington but winning at Texas State.

Thursday, February 1st

Appalachian St. – 77

UT Arlington- 89

  • Mountaineers in Double Figures
    • Ronshad Shabazz (31 points)
    • Griffin Kinney (13 points)
    • Justin Forrest (11 Points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ASU: 28-70 (40%)
      • UTA: 25-49 (51%)
    • Free Throws
      • ASU: 13-16 (81.3%)
      • UTA: 29-38 (76.3%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ASU: 8-31 (25.8%)
      • UTA: 10-16 (62.5%)
    • Turnovers
      • ASU: 14
      • UTA: 15
    • Bench Points
      • ASU: 9
      • UTA: 10

Saturday, February 3rd

Appalachian St. -59

Texas State- 56

  • Mountaineers in Double Figures
    • Griffin Kinney (17 points)
    • Ronshad Shabazz (15 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ASU: 22-48 (45.8%)
      • TXST: 19-46 (41.3%)
    • Free Throws
      • ASU: 11-17 (64.7%)
      • TXST: 13-17 (76.5%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ASU: 4-19 (21.1%)
      • TXST: 5-13 (38.5%)
    • Turnovers
      • ASU: 12
      • TXST: 11
    • Bench Points
      • ASU: 12
      • TXST: 17

Upcoming Games

  • Saturday, February 10th @ Coastal Carolina

 


UNC Asheville (16-9, 9-3)

The Bulldogs went 2-0 on the week beating Campbell on the road and Presbyterian at home.

Thursday, February 1st

Campbell- 57

UNC Asheville – 64

  • Bulldogs in Double Figures
    • Macio Teague (36 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • CU: 22-55 (40%)
      • UNCA: 24-53 (45.3%
    • Free Throws
      • CU: 6-11 (54.5%)
      • UNCA: 7-10 (70%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • CU: 7-23 (30.4%)
      • UNCA: 9-24 (37.5%)
    • Turnovers
      • CU: 13
      • UNCA: 13
    • Bench Points
      • CU: 6
      • UNCA: 6

Saturday, February 3rd

UNC Asheville- 75

Presbyterian- 61

  • Bulldogs in Double Figures
    • Ahmad Thomas (24 points)
    • Raekwon Miller (14 points)
    • Jonathan Baehre (11 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • PRE: 21-54 (38.9%)
      • UNCA: 29-58 (50%)
    • Free Throws
      • PRE: 9-12 (75%)
      • UNCA: 8-11 (72.7%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • PRE: 10-23 (43.5%)
      • UNCA: 9-20 (45%)
    • Turnovers
      • PRE: 11
      • UNCA: 8
    • Bench Points
      • PRE: 18
      • UNCA: 15

Upcoming Games

Wednesday, February 7th @ Longwood

Saturday, February 10th vs Radford

 


Campbell (12-12, 6-6)

The Camels had a tough week going 0-2 with a home loss to UNC Asheville and a road loss to High Point

Thursday, February 1st

Campbell – 57

UNC Asheville- 64

  • Camels in Double Figures
    • Chris Clemmons (23 points)
    • Andrew Eudy (13 points)
    • Marcus Burk (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • CU: 22-55 (40%)
      • UNCA: 24-53 (45.3%
    • Free Throws
      • CU: 6-11 (54.5%)
      • UNCA: 7-10 (70%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • CU: 7-23 (30.4%)
      • UNCA: 9-24 (37.5%)
    • Turnovers
      • CU: 13
      • UNCA: 13
    • Bench Points
      • CU: 6
      • UNCA: 6

Saturday, February 3rd

Campbell- 67

High Point- 56

  • Camels in Double Figures
    • Chris Clemmons (26 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • CU: 19-52 (36.5%)
      • HP: 25-60 (41.7%)
    • Free Throws
      • CU: 12-20 (60%)
      • HP: 10-13 (76.9%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • CU: 6-23 (26.1%)
      • HP: 7-26 (26.9%)
    • Turnovers
      • CU: 14
      • HP: 9
    • Bench Points
      • CU: 8
      • HP: 21

Upcoming Games

  • Wednesday, February 7th @ Gardner-Webb
  • Saturday, February 10th vs Longwood

 


North Carolina Central (12-10, 6-2)

The Eagles went 1-0 in their lone contest of the week against Delaware State at home.

Saturday, February 3rd

NC Central- 72

Delaware State- 61

  • Eagles in Double Figures
    • Raasean Davis (23 points 10 rebounds)
    • Reginald Gardner Jr (13 points)
    • Pablo Rivas (12 points)
    • Jordan Perkins (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • DSU: 23-53 (43.4%)
      • NCCU: 29-63 (46%)
    • Free Throws
      • DSU: 7-10 (70%)
      • NCCU: 7-12 (58.3%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • DSU: 8-20 (40%)
      • NCCU: 7-18 (38.9%)
    • Turnovers
      • DSU: 11
      • NCCU: 6
    • Bench Points
      • DSU: 22
      • NCCU: 22

Upcoming Games

  • Monday, February 5th vs Hampton
  • Saturday, February 10th @ Florida A&M

 


UNC Charlotte (5-16, 1-9)

Last week, the Niners suffered home losses to UAB and Middle Tennessee to extend their losing streak to 8 games.

Thursday, February 1st

Charlotte- 64

UAB- 76

  • 49ers in Double Figures
    • Andrien White ( 23 points)
    • Jon Davis (12 points)
    • Ryan Murphy
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNCC: 20-56 (35.7%)
      • UAB: 29-60 (48.3%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNCC: 15-26 (57.7%)
      • UAB: 15-20 (75%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNCC: 9-29 (31%)
      • UAB: 3-15 (20%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNCC: 15
      • UAB: 12
    • Bench Points
      • UNCC: 23
      • UAB: 23

Saturday, February 3rd

Charlotte- 73

Middle Tennessee State- 78

  • 49ers in Double Figures
    • Jon Davis (20 points)
    • Najee Garvin (17 points)
    • Austin Ajukwa (12 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNCC: 26-49 (53.1%)
      • MTU: 32-63 (50.8%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNCC: 14-21 (66.7%%)
      • MTU: 7-7 (100%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNCC: 7-21 (33.3%)
      • MTU: 7-15 (46.7%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNCC: 13
      • MTU: 15
    • Bench Points
      • UNCC: 2
      • MTU: 11

Upcoming Games

  • Thursday, February 8th @ Louisiana Tech
  • Saturday, February 10th @ Southern Miss

 


Davidson (12-9, 7-2)

Davidson had a nice week sliding firmly into second place in the A-10 after earning a home win against La Salle and a road win against George Washington.

Wednesday, January 31st

Davidson –  84

La Salle- 65

  • Wildcats in Double Figures
    • Kellan Grady (26 points)
    • Jon Axel Gudmundsson (17 points)
    • Peyton Aldridge (16 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • DAV:30-60 (50%)
      • LS: 22-52 (42.3%)
    • Free Throws
      • DAV: 9-9 (100%)
      • LS: 13-14 (92.9%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • DAV: 15-32 (46.9%)
      • LS: 8-26 (30.8%)
    • Turnovers
      • DAV: 11
      • LS: 14
    • Bench Points
      • DAV: 14
      • LS: 27

Sunday, February 3rd

Davidson – 87

George Washington- 58

  • Wildcats in Double Figures
    • Kellan Grady (23 points)
    • Oskar Michelsen (15 points)
    • Peyton Aldridge (13 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • DAV: 30-61 (49.2%)
      • GW: 21-52 (40.4%)
    • Free Throws
      • DAV: 14-16 (87.5%)
      • GW: 11-19 (57.9%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • DAV: 13-29 (44.8%)
      • GW: 5-16 (31.3%)
    • Turnovers
      • DAV: 10
      • GW: 11
    • Bench Points
      • DAV: 16
      • GW: 17

Upcoming Games

  • Tuesday, February 6th vs Davidson
  • Friday, February 9th @ #22 Rhode Island

 


#9 Duke (19-4, 7-3)

Coach K’s squad had an interesting week. They beat Notre Dame in Durham but were upset at Madison Square Garden by St. John’s.

Monday, January 29th

#4 Duke –  88

Notre Dame- 66

  • Blue Devils in Double Figures
    • Gary Trent Jr. (22 points 10 rebounds)
    • Grayson Allen (18 points)
    • Wendell Carter Jr. (17 points)
    • Trevon Duval (12 points)
    • Marvin Bagley III (12 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • DUKE: 32-64 (50%)
      • ND: 22-61 (36.1%)
    • Free Throws
      • DUKE: 12-16 (75%)
      • ND: 15-18 (83.3%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • DUKE: 12-20 (60%)
      • ND: 7-25 (28%)
    • Turnovers
      • DUKE: 12
      • ND: 10
    • Bench Points
      • DUKE: 7
      • ND: 6

Saturday, February 3rd

#4 Duke – 77

St Johns- 81

  • Blue Devils in Double Figures
    • Gary Trent Jr (22 points)
    • Marvin Bagley III (19 points)
    • Wendell Carter Jr. (14 points)
    • Trevon Duval (11 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals 18
      • DUKE: 24-51 (47.1%)
      • SJU: 30-65 (46.2%)
    • Free Throws
      • DUKE: 20-29 (69%)
      • SJU: 13-18 (72.2%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • DUKE: 9-20 (45%)
      • SJU: 8-17 (47.1%)
    • Turnovers
      • DUKE: 18
      • SJU: 11
    • Bench Points
      • DUKE: 4
      • SJU: 3

Upcoming Games

  • Thursday, February 8th @ 19 UNC
  • Sunday, February 11th @ Georgia Tech

 


East Carolina (9-13, 3-8)

Kentrell Barkley and the Pirates went 1-1 last week losing to Tulane in overtime but beating Memphis in overtime.

Wednesday, January 31st OT

East Carolina – 69

Tulane- 71

  • Pirates in Double Figures
    • Shawn Williams (15 points)
    • B.J. Tyson (12 points)
    • Kentrell Barkley (12 points, 18 rebounds)
    • Isaac Fleming (10 points)
    • K.J. Davis (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ECU: 29-63 (46%)
      • TU: 28-65 (43.1%)
    • Free Throws
      • ECU: 7-14 (50%)
      • TU: 12-18 (66.7%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ECU: 4-21 (19%)
      • TU: 3-21 (14.3%)
    • Turnovers
      • ECU: 18
      • TU: 16
    • Bench Points
      • ECU: 18
      • TU:16

Saturday, February 3rd OT

East Carolina – 88

Memphis- 85

  • Pirates in Double Figures
    • Shawn Williams (30 points)
    • Kentrell Barkley (19 points, 13 rebounds)
    • BJ Tyson (14 points)
    • Isaac Fleming (11 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ECU: 31-63 (49.2%)
      • MEM: 29-65 (44.6%)
    • Free Throws
      • ECU: 15-17 (88.2%)
      • MEM: 19-31 (61.3%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ECU: 11-24 (45.8%)
      • MEM: 8-24 (33.3%)
    • Turnovers
      • ECU: 16
      • MEM: 15
    • Bench Points
      • ECU: 10
      • MEM: 8

Upcoming Games

  • Wednesday, February 7th @ Temple

 


Elon (14-11, 6-6)

Elon went 1-1 on the week losing to William & Mary on the road and defeating Delaware at home.

Thursday, February 1st

Elon – 92

William & Mary- 99

  • Phoenix in Double Figures
    • Tyler Seibrig (28 points)
    • Dainan Swoope (25 points)
    • Dmitri Thompson (17 points)
    • Steven Santa Ana (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ELON: 32-64 (50%)
      • WM: 36-63 (57.1%)
    • Free Throws
      • ELON: 16-19 (84.2%)
      • WM: 14-21 (66.7%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ELON: 12-27 (44.4%)
      • WM: 13-25 (52%)
    • Turnovers
      • ELON: 10
      • WM: 8
    • Bench Points
      • ELON: 5
      • WM: 18

Saturday, February 3rd

Elon – 89

Delaware- 76

  • Phoenix in Double Figures
    • Tyler Seibrig (24 points)
    • Dainan Swoope (22 points)
    • Dmitri Thompson (13 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ELON: 31-57 (54.4%)
      • DEL: 29-67 (43.3%)
    • Free Throws
      • ELON: 14-16 (87.5%)
      • DEL: 12-17 (70.6%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ELON: 13-25 (52%)
      • DEL: 6-25 (24%)
    • Turnovers
      • ELON: 8
      • DEL: 6
    • Bench Points
      • ELON: 13
      • DEL: 23

Upcoming Games

  • Thursday, February 8th vs Hofstra
  • Saturday, February 10th vs James Madison

 


Gardner-Webb (12-13, 7-5)

David Efianayi and the Runnin’ Bulldogs went 1-1 on the week losing to Radford on the road and defeating Charleston Southern at home.

Thursday, February 1st

Gardner-Webb- 66

Radford- 70

  • Bulldogs in Double Figures
    • David Efianayi (22 points)
    • Jaheam Cornwall (19 points)
    • Liam O’Reilly (13 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • WEBB: 20-43 (46.5%)
      • RAD: 24-47 (51.1%)
    • Free Throws
      • WEBB: 21-23 (91.3%)
      • RAD: 16-22 (72.7%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • WEBB: 5-17 (29.4%)
      • RAD: 6-17 (35.3%)
    • Turnovers
      • WEBB: 19
      • RAD: 14
    • Bench Points
      • WEBB: 20
      • RAD: 19

Saturday, February 3rd

Charleston Southern- 61

Gardner-Webb – 63

  • Bulldogs in Double Figures
    • Liam O’Reilly (14 points)
    • Jaheam Cornwall (14 points)
    • David Efianayi (13 Points)
    • Patrick Zeck (10 points)
    • DJ Laster (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • CHSO: 20-51 (39.2%)
      • WEBB: 25-57 (43.9%)
    • Free Throws
      • CHSO: 16-17 (94.1%)
      • WEBB: 6-10 (60%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • CHSO: 5-18 (27.8%)
      • WEBB: 7-26 (26.9%)
    • Turnovers
      • CHSO: 12
      • WEBB: 7
    • Bench Points
      • CHSO: 14
      • WEBB: 16

Upcoming Games

  • Wednesday, February 7th vs Campbell
  • Saturday, February 10th @ Liberty

 


UNC Greensboro (17-5, 8-2)

Wes Miller’s Spartans went 1-1 on the week dropping a double overtime game to Chattanooga and defeating VMI at home.

Monday, January 29th 2OT

UNC Greensboro-  85

Chattanooga-  87

  • Spartans in Double Figures
    • Francis Alonso (20 points)
    • Isiah Miller (17 points)
    • Marvin Smith (14 points)
    • Kyrin Galloway (12 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNCG: 31-76 (40.8%)
      • CHAT: 24-56 (42.9%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNCG: 14-18 (77.8%)
      • VMI: 29-38 (76.3%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNCG: 9-38 (23.7%)
      • CHAT: 10-21 (47.6%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNCG: 11
      • VMI: 15
    • Bench Points
      • UNCG: 37
      • VMI: 16

Thursday, February 1st

UNC Greensboro- 73

VMI- 51

  • Spartans in Double Figures
    • Marvin Smith (13 points)
    • James Dickey (12 points)
    • Isaiah Miller (11 points)
    • Jordy Kuiper (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNCG: 26-64 (40.6%)
      • VMI: 18-44 (40.9%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNCG: 11-14 (78.6%)
      • VMI: 10-14 (71.4%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNCG: 10-35 (28.6%)
      • VMI: 5-15 (33.3%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNCG: 12
      • VMI: 23
    • Bench Points
      • UNCG: 27
      • VMI: 6

Upcoming Games

  • Wednesday, February 7th, @ Furman
  • Saturday, February 10th vs Western Carolina

 


High Point (11-12, 6-6)

The Panthers went 1-1 on the week dropping a game to Charleston Southern on the road but defeating Campbell at home.

Thursday, February 1st

High Point- 74

Charleston Southern- 83

  • Panthers in Double Figures
    • Denny Slay (24 points)
    • Andre Fox (15 points)
    • Brandonn Kamga (12 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • HP: 26-49 (53.1%)
      • CHSO: 28-53 (52.8%)
    • Free Throws
      • HP: 15-17 (88.2%)
      • CHSO: 18-21 (85.7%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • HP: 7-14 (50%)
      • CHSO: 9-20 (45%)
    • Turnovers
      • HP: 15
      • CHSO: 10
    • Bench Points
      • HP: 9
      • CHSO: 25

Saturday, February 3rd

Campbell- 56

High Point- 67

  • Panthers in Double Figures
    • Jahaad Proctor (20 points)
    • Andre Fox (14 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • CU: 19-52 (36.5%)
      • HP: 25-60 (41.7%)
    • Free Throws
      • CU: 12-20 (60%)
      • HP: 10-13 (76.9%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • CU: 6-23 (26.1%)
      • HP: 7-26 (26.9%)
    • Turnovers
      • CU: 14
      • HP: 9
    • Bench Points
      • CU: 8
      • HP: 21

Upcoming Games

  • Wednesday, February 7th @ Radford
  • Saturday, February 10th vs Winthrop

 


NC State (16-7, 6-4)

The Wolfpack took care of business in their lone contest of the week defeating Notre Dame at home.

Saturday, February 3rd

NC State- 76

Notre Dame- 58

  • Wolfpack in Double Figures
    • Torin Dorn (21 points)
    • Braxton Beverly (16 points)
    • Omer Yurtseven (10 points, 10 rebounds)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • ND:21-54 (38.9%)
      • NCST: 30-60 (50%)
    • Free Throws
      • ND: 8-14 (57.1%)
      • NCST: 10-14 (71.4%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • ND: 8-24 (33.3%)
      • NCST: 6-18 (33.3%)
    • Turnovers
      • ND: 15
      • NCST: 13
    • Bench Points
      • ND: 12
      • NCST: 16

Upcoming Games

  • Wednesday, February 7th @ Virginia Tech
  • Saturday, February 10th vs #19 UNC

 


#21 North Carolina  (17-7, 6-5)

Roy William’s club went 1-1 on the week. They lost to #20 Clemson in Littlejohn Coliseum but beat Pitt at home.

Tuesday, January 30th

#19 UNC- 78

#20 Clemson- 82

  • Tar Heels in Double Figures
    • Cameron Johnson (32 points)
    • Joel Berry (27 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNC: 28-62 (45.2%)
      • CLEM: 24-61 (39.3%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNC: 12-14 (85.7%)
      • CLEM: 19-27 (70.4%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNC: 10-24 (41.7%)
      • CLEM: 15-30 (50%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNC: 11
      • CLEM: 10
    • Bench Points
      • UNC: 9
      • CLEM:15

Saturday, February 3rd

Pittsburgh- 65

#19 UNC- 96

  • Tar Heels in Double Figures
    • Luke Maye (26 points)
    • Kenny Williams (15 points)
    • Cameron Johnson (14 points)
    • Joel Berry II (12 points)
    • Garrison Brooks (10 points)
    • Sterling Manley (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNC: 36-70 (51.4%)
      • PITT: 23-60 (38.3%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNC: 13-17 (76.5%)
      • PITT: 9-15 (60%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNC: 11-27 (40.7%)
      • PITT: 10-30 (33.3%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNC: 11
      • PITT: 16
    • Bench Points
      • UNC: 27
      • PITT: 8

Upcoming Games

  • Thursday, February 8th vs #4 Duke
  • Saturday, February 10th @ NC State

 


Wake Forest  (9-14, 2-9)

The Demon Deacons stopped their skid against Florida State at home but also dropped a game to Clemson at home

Wednesday, February 1st

Florida State- 72

Wake Forest- 76

  • Demon Deacons in Double Figures
    • Bryant Crawford (19 points)
    • Chaundee Brown (15 points)
    • Keyshawn Woods (15 points)
    • Brandon Childress (14 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • FSU:  27-61 (44.3%)
      • WAKE: 25-53 (47.2%)
    • Free Throws
      • FSU: 12-20 (60%)
      • WAKE: 18-28 (64.3%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • FSU: 6-21 (28.6%)
      • WAKE: 8-19 (42.1%)
    • Turnovers
      • FSU: 9
      • WAKE: 12
    • Bench Points
      • FSU: 22
      • WAKE: 15

Saturday, February 3rd

#20 Clemson- 75

Wake Forest- 67

  • Demon Deacons in Double Figures
    • Bryant Crawford (16 points)
    • Keyshawn Woods (13 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • CLEM:24-56 (42.9%)
      • WAKE: 23-59 (39%)
    • Free Throws
      • CLEM: 17-20 (85%)
      • WAKE: 13-17 (76.5%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • CLEM: 10-24 (41.7%)
      • WAKE: 8-20(40%)
    • Turnovers
      • CLEM: 8
      • WAKE: 8
    • Bench Points
      • CLEM: 9
      • WAKE: 31

Upcoming Games

  • Wednesday, February 7th @ Miami
  • Sunday, February 11th @ Syracuse

 


Western Carolina  (11-13, 6-5)

WCU had a nice week. They went 2-0 defeating Chattanooga and Samford both at home.

Thursday, February 1st

Western Carolina- 70

Chattanooga- 68

  • Catamounts in Double Figures
    • Deriece Parks (17 points)
    • Marc Gosselin (14 points)
    • Mike Amius (12 points)
    • Matt Halvorsen (11 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • CHAT: 23-48 (47.9%)
      • WC:  24-50 (48%)
    • Free Throws
      • CHAT: 11-16 (68.8%)
      • WC: 13-16 (81.3%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • CHAT: 11-23 (47.8%)
      • WC: 9-19 (47.4%)
    • Turnovers
      • CHAT: 15
      • WC: 13
    • Bench Points
      • CHAT: 13
      • WC: 19

Saturday, February 3rd

Western Carolina- 88

Samford- 71

  • Catamounts in Double Figures
    • Mike Amius (28 points, 14 rebounds)
    • Devin Peterson (25 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • SAM: 25-65 (38.5%)
      • WC: 33-65 (50.8%)
    • Free Throws
      • SAM: 13-17 (76.5%)
      • WC: 14-17 (82.4%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • SAM: 8-31 (25.8%)
      • WC: 8-22 (36.4%)
    • Turnovers
      • SAM: 11
      • WC: 19
    • Bench Points
      • SAM: 11
      • WC:  43

Upcoming Games

  • Thursday, February 8th @ VMI
  • Saturday, February 10th @ UNC Greensboro

 


UNC Wilmington (7-17, 4-8)

UNCW’s rough season continued last week. The Seahawks went 0-2 dropping games to Hofstra and Northeastern.

Thursday, February 1st

UNCW- 71

Hofstra- 96

  • Seahawks in Double Figures
    • Jordan Talley (21 points)
    • Ty Taylor II (14 points)
    • Justin Fornes (11 points)
    • Jay Estime (10 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • HOF: 34-54 (63%)
      • UNCW: 27-61 (44.3%)
    • Free Throws
      • HOF: 17-26 (65.4%)
      • UNCW: 13-17 (76.5%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • HOF: 11-17 (64.7%)
      • UNCW: 9-19 (47.4%)
    • Turnovers
      • HOF: 8
      • UNCW: 7
    • Bench Points
      • HOF: 20
      • UNCW: 17

Saturday, February 3rd OT

UNCW- 100

Northeastern- 107

  • Seahawks in Double Figures
    • Ty Taylor II (27 points)
    • Jordan Talley (20 points)
    • Devontae Cacok (18 points, 17 rebounds)
    • Jaylen Fornes (13 points)
  • Key Stats
    • Field Goals
      • UNCW: 34-79 (43%)
      • NE: 36-69 (52.2%)
    • Free Throws
      • UNCW: 20-27 (74.1%)
      • NE: 27-41 (65.9%)
    • Three-Pointers
      • UNCW: 12-25 (48%)
      • NE: 8-23 (34.8%)
    • Turnovers
      • UNCW: 7
      • NE: 5
    • Bench Points
      • UNCW: 28
      • NE:  37

Upcoming Game

  • Thursday, February 8th @ James Madison
  • Saturday, February 10th vs Hofstra

 


 

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