NCAA Basketball

UNCG Spartans (29-6)


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vs. Sam 
W 77-70
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vs. Furman 
W 66-62
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@ Wof 
L 58-70
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vs. Camp 
W 84-69
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vs. Lips 
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Miller lifts UNC-Greensboro over Campbell 84-69 in NIT

GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) Isaiah Miller scored 25 points, tying his career high, as UNC Greensboro defeated Campbell 84-69 in the first round of the NIT on Tuesday night. Francis Alonso added 22 points for the Spartans.

Demetrius Troy had 14 points for UNC Greensboro (29-6). Kyrin Galloway added nine rebounds and three blocks.

Chris Clemons had 32 points for the Fighting Camels (20-13). Isaac Chatman added 13 points. Andrew Eudy had 12 points and three assists.

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Leaders
Points: F. Alonso17.3
Rebounds: E. Hamilton4.5
Assists: D. Troy4.0
FG%: I. Miller51.6%
FT%: F. Alonso88.3%
3P%: K. Galloway39.0%
Steals: I. Miller2.9
Blocks: J. Dickey1.9
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Duke29-5
2 Virginia29-3
3 North Carolina27-6
4 Gonzaga31-3
5 Michigan State29-6
6 Tennessee29-5
7 Kentucky28-6
8 Michigan29-6
9 Texas Tech26-6
10 Florida State28-7
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Duke29-5
2 Virginia29-3
3 Gonzaga31-3
4 North Carolina27-6
5 Tennessee29-5
6 Michigan State29-6
7 Kentucky28-6
8 Michigan29-6
9 Houston31-3
10 Texas Tech26-6
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Southern Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
19 Wofford 18-0 30-4
UNCG 15-3 29-6
Furman 13-5 25-8
East Tennessee State 13-5 24-10
Chattanooga 7-11 12-20
Samford 6-12 17-16
Mercer 6-12 11-20
Citadel 4-14 12-18
VMI 4-14 11-21
Western Carolina 4-14 7-25
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 76.3 (82)
Rebounds: 11.3 (86)
Assists: 12.7 (238)
FG%: 45.8% (90)
FT%: 69.7% (206)
3P%: 34.8% (158)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 67.3 (66)
Rebounds: 23.7 (293)
Assists: 11.1 (48)
FG%: 43.5% (176)
FT%: 70.5% (195)
3P%: 34.5% (205)
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