College Basketball

State basketball roundup (Nov. 18): Terry Harris Jr. leads Coppin State men over D-II foe

Terry Harris Jr. had 26 points and 10 rebounds as host Coppin State erased a 15-point second-half deficit in an 80-73 men's basketball victory over Division II Goldey-Beacom on Wednesday night.

Harris scored 20 points in the second half to help the Eagles rally after trailing 46-31 with less than 18 minutes remaining. Harris has posted a doubledouble in each of Coppin State's three games.


Christian Kessee scored 15 points, Trevon Seymore had 11 and Josh Treadwell added 10 for the Eagles (1-2).

The Lightning (0-2) got 18 points from Shakeem Wilson. Sameen Swint had 13 points and Elijah Tillman 12.


Old Dominion 79, Morgan State 48: The host Monarchs (3-0) extended their winning streak to 27 games, the fifth-longest in the nation, by beating the Bears (0-3).

Aaron Bacote made eight of 15 shots to score 22 points to lead Old Dominion.

Denzell Taylor made six of eight shots for 12 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. Nik Biberaj also had 12 points.

The Monarchs outrebounded the Bears 42-25, including 16 offensive rebounds. They outscored Morgan State 51-16 in the paint.

Kyle Thomas scored 15 points, Andrew Horne 12 and Donte Pretlow 10 for the Bears (0-3).

Morgan State started off with a 9-2 lead before the Monarchs scored the next 11 points. The game was tied for the final time at 20 when ODU went on a 26-9 run to end the half. A 12-2 run to open the second half, led by 10 points from Bacote, sealed the outcome.


Fairfield 71, Loyola Maryland 45: The visiting Stags (2-0) opened with a 17-7 run and rolled past the host Greyhounds (1-2).


Diana Logan led Loyola with 11 points. Colleen Marshall added nine points and a career-best six assists, while Bri Betz-White finished the game with eight points and a personal-best seven rebounds. Steph Smith led the defense with a career-high eight rebounds.

Four Stags scored in double figures, including Kelsey Carey, who finished with a game-high 20 points. Samantha Cooper and Kristin Schatzlein had 10 points and nine rebounds each.

Mount St. Mary's 54, Delaware State 41: The Mount (1-1) won its first road game, beating the Hornets (0-2).

Alexis Carter led the Mountaineers with a team-high 17 points and nine rebounds.

Carter was the Mount's leading scorer for the second consecutive game, going 5-for-8 from the field, including 2-for-4 from long range. Jessica Harris chipped in with 12 points and eight rebounds, and Kathleen Belanger-Finn added 10 points to help pace the Mountaineers.

Off the court


Towson: Freshman forward Dennis Tunstall will redshirt during the 2015-16 season, coach Pat Skerry announced.

Tunstall averaged 16.9 points as a senior in helping Life Center Academy in Burlington, N.J., to an 18-9 record.

Morgan State: Azariah Sykes, a 6-foot-8, 210-pound forward at Millwood High in Richmond, Va., and Tyjhai Byers, a 6-10, 190-pound center at Bethesda-Chevy Chase, signed national letters of intent.