CofC Drops Game at Davidson, 81-73
(RECORD: 9-7, 2-2 SoCon)
Senior Dontaye Draper’s and sophomore Marcus Hammond’s 20 points each were not enough to lift the College of Charleston men’s basketball to victory as the Cougars lose a heartbreaker to Davidson, 81-73, before 4,254 spectators at the Belk Arena in Davidson, N.C. on Saturday evening.
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From the Davidson College official website:Sander's Double-Double Carries Men to 81-73 Victory
DAVIDSON, N.C. -- Junior forward Thomas Sander registered 25 points and 10 rebounds to lift host Davidson to its ninth straight win, 81-73, over College of Charleston on Saturday evening at Belk Arena in front of 4,254 fans. The Wildcats improve to 13-3 on the season and maintain a flawless 4-0 mark in the Southern Conference. Charleston had its six-game winning streak end as it falls to 9-7 overall and 2-2 in the league.
Sander, a junior from Cincinnati, Ohio, was one of three Davidson players in double figures, missing just four of his 14 attempts from the floor. Tonight’s scoring performance marked the fifth time that the 6-8 forward has gone for 20 points or more in a contest.
The backcourt duo of Stephen Curry and Jason Richards combined to score 37 points for the Wildcats with 19 and 18, respectively. Richards also contributed eight of the club’s nine assists.