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  • Northeastern's strong first half leads to 90-81 CAA victory over Drexel

    Northeastern's strong first half leads to 90-81 CAA victory over Drexel
    Drexel senior guard Chris Fouch was in tears after he fouled out of the fourth-seeded Dragons' Colonial Athletic Association tournament quarterfinal matchup with Northeastern at Baltimore Arena.
  • State basketball: Towson men beat Drexel, 80-68, for fourth win in a row

    Forward Marcus Damas tied his career high with 26 points and Towson extended its winning streak to four games Tuesday night with an 80-68 victory over host Drexel. Damas went 4-for-5 from 3-point range. Senior forward Jerrelle Benimon had 27 points,...

    CAA's Baltimore shift continues as Towson men are picked to win conference

    CAA's Baltimore shift continues as Towson men are picked to win conference
    The Colonial Athletic Association is undergoing a conference realignment in men's basketball, but this one is less disruptive and more geographic. The center of the CAA universe has shifted to the Baltimore area. The conference's postseason tournament...

    Thursday's local men's college basketball roundup: Powers sparks Pirates past A&T

    MEAC: Deron Powers of Williamsburg had 20 points as Hampton University’s men finished their regular season with a flourish Thursday, routing North Carolina A&T 89-71 to ensure their outright second-place finish in the Mid-Eastern Athletic...

    All-CAA hoops voting

    William and Mary’s Marcus Thornton was just the third Tribe player to be named first-team All-Colonial Athletic Association, in voting announced Thursday. Thornton, the league’s No. 5 scorer at 18.6 points per game, joins Adam Hess in 2003...