Don’t miss Orioles players, John Means & Paul Fry, as they guest host at our Brews and O’s event!

Coppin men and women routed; Towson men fall

The Baltimore Sun

Tywain McKee had 17 points and Rigoberto Sargeant had eight points and seven rebounds for Coppin State, but the Eagles lost to No. 23 Kansas, 85-53, last night.

Cole Aldrich had a career-high 23 points and also grabbed 11 rebounds in the Jayhawks' 27th straight home victory.

Brady Morningstar scored a career-best 21 points and Sherron Collins had 11 points and a career-high eight assists for Kansas (4-1).

Morningstar hit his first four three-point attempts as the Jayhawks went on a 34-3 tear in the first half and led by 31 points until Sargeant hit a 10-footer for the Eagles' third basket with 6:15 to go.

Coppin State (1-2) is playing its first 15 games away from home.

No. 20 VILLANOVA 64, TOWSON 47:: Once Villanova settled down, everything else fell into place. Especially in the second half. Scottie Reynolds scored 14 points, Dante Cunningham and Antonio Pena each had 12 and the Wildcats (5-0) overcame a sluggish start to defeat the Tigers (3-2) in the Philly Classic. "I think we just executed better," Villanova coach Jay Wright said. "We weren't really poised in the first half." Junior Hairston scored 11 for Towson, which had been off to its best start in nine years.


PEPPERDINE 54, COPPIN STATE 36: : The Waves (3-2) held the Eagles (0-3) scoreless for more than eight minutes in the second half in the Timeout 4 HIV/AIDS tournament at Firestone Fieldhouse in Malibu, Calif. After Whitney Cunningham scored inside for Coppin State, cutting Pepperdine's lead to 33-30 with 10:44 to play in the second half, the Waves didn't allow another Eagles basket until Jeanine Manley converted a layup with 2:32 to play. Pepperdine outscored Coppin State 19-0 during that stretch and increased a three-point lead to a 22-point advantage. The Eagles will face Penn State in the consolation game today.

MORGAN STATE 57, AMERICAN 54: : With the score tied at 51 with 1:30 left, Phylicia Jones made a basket and Corin Adams then hit her second three-pointer with 20 seconds remaining to lift the host Bears (5-1) over the Eagles (3-3). Adams led all scorers with 19 points and added six steals and three assists. Erin Hawkins had 10 points. American's Liz Leer had 18 points, 14 rebounds and six blocks.

Copyright © 2019, The Baltimore Sun, a Baltimore Sun Media Group publication | Place an Ad