Stats & Info: Morgan State

A scan of the college basketball box scores each night guarantees all kinds of statistical oddities and standout performances. Here are some we found from Tuesday.

Massachusetts 93, Duquesne 83
B.J. Monteiro of Duquesne recorded six personal fouls in the Dukes’ loss to Massachusetts. Monteiro is the fourth player to pick up six fouls in a game this season, joining Darrius Garrett of Richmond, Andres Torres of Hartford and Torian Oglesby of Bowling Green.

Villanova 70, Rutgers 49
Rutgers went just 3-25 (12 percent) from the field in the second half in its loss to Villanova.

Hampton 69, Morgan State 65
Darrion Pellum of Morgan State scored 23 points in the win over Hampton. Pellum became the first player this season to score 20+ points while making three or fewer shots from the field and attempting 20 or more free throws.

Trillion of the Night
Pennsylvania 62, Princeton 52
Marin Kukoc (son of Toni) of Penn played five minutes without accumulating a single stat in the Quakers’ 62-52 loss to Princeton.
A scan of the college basketball box scores each night guarantees all kinds of statistical oddities and standout performances. Here are some we found from Monday.

Morgan State 73, Delaware State 72
Delaware State grabbed just 12 rebounds, only four of which came on the defensive glass. Both are the fewest this season, and no team had recorded four or fewer defensive rebounds since 1999. Incredibly, Delaware State would have won the game had its fans not charged the court after a go-ahead put-back dunk with a second to go. The Hornets were assessed a technical foul, and Morgan State converted both free throws to win the game.

Savannah State 62, North Carolina A&T 50
Savannah State’s Deric Rudolph took 20 shots, all of which were 3-point attempts (he made five). The 20 3-point attempts match Terrell Stoglin’s 20 (Feb. 1 vs Miami) for the most attempted this year. Rudolph is the third player in the last 15 seasons to take at least 20 3-point attempts without attempting a 2-pointer.

Arkansas-Pine Bluff 68, Grambling State 53
Arkansas-Pine Bluff’s Jaylon Floyd played 14 minutes and did not record a stat, matching the longest such appearance this season.

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