Men's #CAAChamps Quarterfinal Recap uNCW, William & mary, CHARLESTON, AND TOWSON ADVANCE TO #CAAHOOPS SEMIS

Quarterfinal 1: UNCW 91, Delaware 82

Sophomore C.J. Bryce scored 17 points, and redshirt senior Denzel Ingram had 15 to go along with eight assists, as top-seeded UNCW held off ninth-seeded Delaware, 91-82

CAA Rookie of the Year Ryan Daly again led his team with a game-high 24 points. Daly recorded his second double-double of the championship, grabbing 10 boards in defeat

Sophomore Devontae Cacok went a perfect 6-of-6 shooting for 13 points, and redshirt senior Chris Flemmings added 14 points, four rebounds and three blocks in the win – UNCW’s school-record 27th of the season.

Quarterfinal 2: William & Mary 71 , Elon 66

Seniors Daniel Dixon and Omar Prewitt each scored 20 points and came through in the clutch for fourth-seeded William & Mary in the final minutes, helping the Tribe defeat fifth-seeded Elon

Elon trailed for the majority of the first half – by 12 with 10:20 left – but tied the game at 23-23 following an efficient, 14-2 spurt. Dawkins and Swoope ended the run with back-to-back treys.

Brian Dawkins finished with a team-high 19 points and nine rebounds in the loss for the Phoenix (18-14)


Quarterfinal 3: Charleston 67, James Madison 62

Joe Chealey scored four points in the final 40 seconds, including two free throws with just eight ticks left, and second-seeded College of Charleston outlasted seventh-seeded James Madison, 67-62

Charleston stayed just ahead of JMU for the entire second half, until the Dukes evened the game at 56-56 with 4:05 remaining on a layup from Paulius Satkus.

Charleston (24-8) moves on to face third-seeded Towson

Quarterfinal 4: Towson 82, Northeastern 54

Freshman Zane Martin led four Tigers in double-figures with 17 points on 7-of-10 shooting, and third-seeded Towson picked up a convincing 82-54 win versus sixth-seeded Northeastern


The Tigers (20-12) avenged a quarterfinal loss to the Huskies a year ago with the win, their 12th in the last 15 games.

Towson advances to the championship semifinals for the first time since 2014 and meets second-seeded College of Charleston

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