Nic Thomas had a career-high 30 points as Norfolk State narrowly defeated South Carolina State 78-73 in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference quarterfinals on Wednesday night.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6BREW 99-51
- 11/10L 74-52
- 11/13L 89-72
- 11/16L 84-69
- 11/18L 89-61
- 11/20L 72-68
- 11/25L 77-60
- 11/28L 83-70
- 12/1L 71-69
- 12/6VOORW 90-69
- 12/915L 81-44
- 12/11L 79-55
- 12/15L 88-84
- 12/20L 79-55
- 12/22L 77-56
- 1/2L 72-70
- 1/5L 80-77
- 1/12W 72-68
- 1/14W 70-68
- 1/19L 71-67
- 1/21L 74-69
- 1/26L 92-88
- 2/2L 63-61
- 2/4L 70-68
- 2/9W 85-81
- 2/11W 85-84
- 2/16L 98-73
- 2/18W 57-54
- 2/23L 63-62
- 2/25L 72-62
- 3/2L 98-95
- 3/7L 90-87
- 3/12W 63-54
- 3/13L 78-73
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Damni Applewhite had 10 points and 12 rebounds to carry South Carolina State to a 63-54 win over Maryland Eastern Shore in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Tourney first round on Tuesday night.
Jaquan Dotson had a season-high 25 points as Savannah State narrowly beat South Carolina State 90-87 on Thursday night.
Armani Collins sank a pair of free throws with one second left and Cletrell Pope made 1 of 2 shots from the line -- also with a second on the clock -- and Bethune-Cookman beat South Carolina State 98-95 in overtime on Saturday.
Randy Miller, Jr. had 16 points as NC Central beat South Carolina State 72-62 on Monday night.
Ronald Jackson registered 10 points as NC A&T won its seventh consecutive home game, narrowly beating South Carolina State 63-62 on Saturday.
Janai Raynor-Powell shot 7 of 12 from the field and finished with 16 points, including the go-ahead jumper with 50 seconds left, to help South Carolina State beat Florida A&M 57-54 Monday night.
Malik Maitland had 29 points, tying his career high, as Bethune-Cookman routed South Carolina State 98-73 on Saturday. Cletrell Pope added 26 points for the Wildcats. Pope also had 10 rebounds for the Wildcats.
Damni Applewhite had 21 points as South Carolina State edged past Coppin State 85-84 on Monday night.
Damni Applewhite had 21 points as South Carolina State narrowly beat Morgan State 85-81 on Saturday.
Jonathan Mitchell had a career-high 24 points, including a go-ahead 3-point play with 13.8 seconds left, and Delaware State beat South Carolina State 70-68 Monday night to snap a 10-game skid.
Bryan Urrutia scored a season-high 22 points including a jumper in the final seconds that put his team over the top as Maryland-Eastern Shore edged South Carolina State 63-61 on Saturday.
Zaquavian Smith scored 20 points and was wide open to throw down an authoritative two-handed dunk with 11 seconds remaining and Savannah State fended off South Carolina State 92-88 Saturday night.
Nic Thomas scored 16 of his 19 points in the second half to help Norfolk State rally from a nine-point deficit and beat South Carolina State 74-69 on Monday night for the Spartans' sixth win in a row.
RJ Cole scored 26 points, distributed six assists and grabbed four rebounds and Howard snapped its two-game skid beating South Carolina State 71-67 in overtime on Saturday.
Damni Applewhite made a tip-in basket of Janai Raynor-Powell's missed layup with a second left to give South Carolina State a 70-68 win over Coppin State on Monday night.
South Carolina State guard Tyvoris Solomon, who collapsed on the bench during a game at NC State last weekend, was released from the hospital on Thursday.
It remained uncertain Monday what caused South Carolina State guard Tyvoris Solomon's heart to stop during a game Saturday at NC State. Solomon, however, was well enough to speak to a reporter about the experience from the hospital.
South Carolina State guard Tyvoris Solomon was rushed to a hospital Saturday afternoon after his heart stopped during the Bulldogs' game against NC State.
Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer
It was a much better second half for UCLA, which easily separated from South Carolina State to win 96-68. Freshman Chris Smith (15 points) was impressive, while G.G. Solomon was plus-33 in 27 minutes.
|North Carolina A&T||13-3||1||19-13|
|North Carolina Central||10-6||4||18-16|
|South Carolina State||5-11||9||8-26|