NCAA Basketball

97
Final - 2OT 1 2 OT 2OT Tot
34 43 10 10 97
37 40 10 8 95
95
11:00 AM PT12:00 PM MT1:00 PM CT2:00 PM ET7:00 PM GMT3:00 PM 北京时间12:00 PM MST2:00 PM EST, Feb 15, 2020
Memorial Hall, Dover, Delaware  Attendance: 571

Florida A&M needs 2 OTs to get past Delaware State, 97-95

DOVER, Del. (AP) Nasir Core had a career-high 29 points off the bench and Florida A&M needed two overtime periods to get past Delaware State 97-95 on Saturday.

Core scored 19 of his points in the second half and Rod Melton, Jr., who finished with 23 points, hit a 3-pointer with :37 left, then knocked down a jumper with :05 left in regulation to tie the game and force overtime.

John Crosby put Delaware State up, 87-85 with :02 left in the first overtime, but Bryce Moragne's layup at the buzzer forced a second overtime. Brendon Myles hit a jumper with :12 left to put the Rattlers ahead by two and added a free throw with :05 remaining to seal the win.

MJ Randolph had 13 points and nine rebounds for Florida A&M (10-13, 8-4 Mid-Eastern Conference), which earned its fourth straight victory. Bryce Moragne added 12 points and 12 rebounds off the bench.

The 97-point total were a season best for Florida A&M.

Crosby, the MEAC's leading scorer, had 20 points for the Hornets (3-21, 2-8), who have now lost four games in a row. Johquin Wiley added 18 points and Myles Carter had 17 points.

Florida A&M takes on Maryland Eastern Shore on the road on Monday. Delaware State faces Bethune-Cookman at home on Monday.

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Delaware state came in 3-20, 2-7. Lost last three straight

John Crosby, the leading scorer in the MEAC

Updated February 15, 2020

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