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January 27 Rebound

The Rebound is a feature where we recap the action of that day and make note of the statistical leaders. It's rather simple. Let's get it started.

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(17) Duke 80 (18) Pittsburgh 65

The Panthers had no answer for the Duke 3 point attack. The Blue Devils hit 13 of 25 from long range. Andre Dawkins drilled 6 of 7 as part of a 20 point effort. On the inside, Jabari Parker went just 7 of 19, but hit 5 of 7 from the line for 21 points. He had 11 rebounds. Amile Jefferson also had a double double with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Lamar Patterson had 14 for the Panthers, but on just 4 of 14 shooting.

(23) Oklahoma 88 (8) Oklahoma State 76

The Sooners used the foul line to their advantage as they made 30 free throws, 8 more than Oklahoma State attempted, in 42 attempts in their big win over the Cowboys. Jordan Woodard had 18 points on 3 of 4 from 3 and 9 of 13 from the line. He hit a big 3 when OSU cut a 16 point second half lead to 7. Ryan Spangler dominated inside with 15 points and 17 rebounds. Tyler Neal also chipped in 15 on 5 of 6, 3-3 from 3, 2-3 from the line, shooting. Okie State threw up a lot of threes, Marcus Smart had 11 attempts. Phil Forte went 6-6 from 3 as part of a 20 point effort. Smart had 22 on 6 of 18 shooting and Markel Brown had 18 on 7 of 17 shooting, 0-5 from 3.

(9) Villanova 65 Georgetown 60

The Wildcats faced some offensive struggles in this one. They had a 5 minute stretch in the second half without a field goal, which saw them fall behind by a point. They were able to get to the line 28 times, hitting 22, and kept Georgetown off with only 9 attempts. The Hoyas went just 6 of 20 from distance and turned the ball over 18 times, including late in the game down by 3. Nova was able to ice the game at the line. James Bell led Nova with 16, JayVaughn Pinkston (7 rebounds) and Daniel Ochefu added 12. Markel Starks scored a game high 20 for the Hoyas on 7 of 15 shooting.

Other Scores and Notes

* Portland State 92 (9-8, 4-4) Eastern Washington 83 (8-11, 3-5) Big Sky

* William & Mary 74 (12-7, 4-2) Charleston 63 (11-11, 3-4) CAA

* Towson 76 (13-8, 4-2) Hofstra 58 (7-14, 3-3) CAA

William & Mary and Towson are now tied for second in the league at 4-2.

* Colgate 75 (8-12, 2-7) Lafayette 68 (4-19, 0-9) Patriot League

MEAC

* North Carolina Central 53 (14-5, 5-1) Morgan State 52 (6-12, 4-2)

Karamo Jawara made a free throw with 1 second left for the win.

* Norfolk State 56 (12-9, 6-2) Savannah State 49 (7-14, 5-2)

* Hampton 67 (10-10, 5-2) South Carolina State 56 (7-13, 3-4)

* Coppin State 70 (7-13, 4-3) North Carolina A&T 54 (7-14, 3-3)

* Bethune-Cookman 58 (4-19, 2-6) Howard 47 (5-16, 3-3)

* NJIT 65 (9-13) Delaware State 59 (4-15)

NC Central sits alone in first place at 5-1 in the league with their big win. Norfolk St is alone in second at 6-2 following the win over Savannah State, who is now in a 5-2 tie with Hampton. Morgan State fell to 4-2 in the race.

 

SWAC

* Southern 68 (11-10, 7-1) Alabama State 55 (11-7, 5-2)

* Texas Southern 72 (9-10, 5-2) Arkansas Pine-Bluff 71 (4-15, 2-5)

* Mississippi Valley State 81 (6-14, 2-5) Prairie View A&M 72 (6-13, 4-3)

* Alcorn State 70 (8-12, 5-3) Alabama A&M 64 (6-11, 3-4)

Southern put a much needed game between them and Alabama State. Texas Southern kept the pace with a nice win.

Top Scorers

  1. 34 – Aaric Murray – Texas Southern
  2. 32 – Ognjen Miljkovic – Eastern Washington
  3. 26 – Marcus Thornton – Charleston
  4. 23 – Andre Winston Jr – Portland State
  5. 22 – Marcus Smart – Oklahoma St
  6. 21 – Joey Ptasinski – Colgate
  7. 21 – LeAntwan Luckett – Alcorn State
  8. 21 – DaShaun Wiggins – Portland St
  9. 21 – Richaud Pack – North Carolina A&T
  10. 21 – Jabari Parker – Duke
  11. 20 – DeAngelo Priar – Mississippi Valley State
  12. 20 – John Brisco – Prairie View A&M
  13. 20 – Zeke Upshaw – Hofstra
  14. 20 – Jeremy Ingram – NC Central
  15. 20 – Phil Forte – Oklahoma St
  16. 20 – Markel Starks – Georgetown
  17. 20 – Andre Dawkins – Duke

Top Rebounders

  1. 17 – Ryan Spangler – Oklahoma
  2. 13 – Rashid Gaston – Norfolk State
  3. 13 – Michael Murray – Coppin State
  4. 12 – Calvin Godfrey – Southern
  5. 12 – Kendall Gray – Delaware State
  6. 11 – Bruce Beckford – North Carolina A&T
  7. 11 – Malik Jackson – Bethune-Cookman
  8. 11 – Talib Zanna – Pittsburgh
  9. 10 – Damon Sherman-Newsome – Colgate
  10. 10 – Venky Jois – Eastern Washington
  11. 10 – Jerrelle Benimon – Towson
  12. 10 – Amile Jefferson – Duke

Top Passers

  1. 8 – Tevin Hammond – UAPB
  2. 8 – Drew Brandon – Eastern Washington
  3. 8 – Deron Powers – Hampton
  4. 6 – Andre Winston Jr – Portland St
  5. 6 – Emanuel Chapman – NC Central
  6. 6 – Adama Adams – S. Carolina St
  7. 6 – Quinn Cook – Duke

Double Doubles

Ryan Spangler – Oklahoma – 15 points, 17 rebounds

Jabari Parker – Duke – 21 points, 11 rebounds

Calvin Godfrey – Southern – 17 points, 12 rebounds

Jerrelle Benimon – Towson – 15 points, 10 rebounds, 5 assists

Michael Murray – Coppin St – 14 points, 13 rebounds, 5 steals, 2 blocks, 2 assists

Kendall Gray – Delaware St – 14 points, 12 rebounds, 4 blocks

Damon Sherman-Newsome – Colgate – 14 points, 10 rebounds

Amile Jefferson – Duke – 14 points, 10 rebounds

Bruce Beckford – NC A&T – 13 points, 11 rebounds, 3 steals

Malik Jackson – BC- 11 points, 12 rebounds

Talib Zanna – Pittsburgh – 11 points, 11 rebounds

Venky Jois – Eastern Washington – 11 points, 10 rebounds

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