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Howard Bison (17-17)


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@ Savan
W 81-76
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@ Nor
W 98-95
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vs. B-C
W 80-71
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@ Nor
L 69-75
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Howard 72 - 81 CoastC
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Gumbs-Frater lifts Coastal Carolina past Howard 81-72 in CBI

CONWAY, S.C. (AP) Tyrell Gumbs-Frater had 22 points as Coastal Carolina beat Howard 81-72 in the College Basketball Invitational first round on Wednesday night.

Zac Cuthbertson had 18 points for Coastal Carolina (16-16). Ebrima Dibba added 13 points.

Charles Williams had 17 points for the Bison (17-17). RJ Cole added 14 points. Kyle Foster had 10 points.

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Leaders
Points: R. Cole21.4
Rebounds: Z. Cousins7.1
Assists: R. Cole6.4
FG%: C. Lott48.3%
FT%: C. Williams85.5%
3P%: R. Cole38.7%
Steals: R. Cole1.9
Blocks: Z. Cousins1.0
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Duke29-5
2 Virginia29-3
3 North Carolina27-6
4 Gonzaga30-3
5 Michigan State28-6
6 Tennessee29-5
7 Kentucky27-6
8 Michigan28-6
9 Texas Tech26-6
10 Florida State27-7
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Duke29-5
2 Virginia29-3
3 Gonzaga30-3
4 North Carolina27-6
5 Tennessee29-5
6 Michigan State28-6
7 Kentucky27-6
8 Michigan28-6
9 Houston31-3
10 Texas Tech26-6
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Mid-Eastern Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
Norfolk State 14-2 22-13
North Carolina A&T 13-3 19-13
North Carolina Central 10-6 18-16
Howard 10-6 17-17
Bethune-Cookman 9-7 14-17
Florida A&M 9-7 12-19
Savannah State 8-8 11-20
Coppin State 7-9 8-25
South Carolina State 5-11 8-26
Maryland Eastern Shore 5-11 7-25
Morgan State 4-12 9-21
Delaware State 2-14 6-25
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 78.9 (42)
Rebounds: 11.8 (59)
Assists: 13.6 (158)
FG%: 43.3% (237)
FT%: 72.6% (109)
3P%: 36.5% (76)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 78.3 (332)
Rebounds: 25.1 (197)
Assists: 14.4 (288)
FG%: 43.5% (170)
FT%: 72.2% (279)
3P%: 34.6% (208)
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