Coppin State next faces host Arizona State on Saturday at 2 p.m.

Ohio 93, UMES 57: Louis Bell scored a season-high 20 points for the Hawks (0-11), but the host Bobcats (8-4) scored 51 first-half points, including eight 3-pointers to take control.

UMES committed 16 first-half turnovers that Ohio turned into 23points. The Bobcats bench scored 30points.

The Hawks have struggled through their first 10 games in allowing points in the paint, which in the first half UMES controlled. Ohio held a slight advantage in points in the paint, edging the Hawks 12-10 in the first half and finishing 40-20 in Ohio's favor.

Frostburg State 89, Penn State-Altoona 53: Christian Jackson again scored more than 30points and the host Bobcats (4-7) took an early lead and never looked back.

Jackson finished with 33 points, including 22 in the first half. The Lions fell to 4-6 with their third loss in four games.

A 9-0 Bobcats run in the opening 2:16 set the tone, and Frostburg pushed its lead to 20 before 10minutes had elapsed in the first half.

Jackson hit a 3-pointer at 5:24 to give FSU its largest lead of the opening half at 39-10, before holding a 44-16 edge at the break.

St. Mary's 73, Fairleigh Dickinson-Florham 64: Three Seahawks scored in double digits for host St. Mary's (8-1) in its eighth consecutive win.

The Devils fell to 2-6.

Donn Hill (Bel Air) scored 18points on 8-for-13 shooting. Brendan McFall added a season-high 15 points and contributed a career-best four steals.

The Seahawks fell behind early in the first half as FDU-Florham took a 10-5 lead at 14:35.  St. Mary's responded with a 12-5 run in a seven-minute span to retake the lead a fourth time.  Hill's jumper put the Seahawks ahead for good at 7:37, and then the team continued to build a double-figure margin with Hill capping a 35-14 tear with a jumper for a 35-24 lead at 1:27.

In the final 1:16 of the first half, neither team could make a basket and St. Mary's carried an 11-point advantage into the locker room.  Hill paced all players with 10 points.