ATHENS, Ohio -- Jordan Dartis scored 23 points and Ohio pulled away early in the second half to beat Prairie View A&M 84-65 on Wednesday night.
James Gollon added a career-best 17 points for Ohio (6-5), which shot 25 of 55 from the field and made 10 3-pointers. Kevin Mickle, Gavin Block, and Teyvion Kirk each had 14 points. Kirk finished with a career-high seven assists.
Hamilton's 3-pointer gave the Panthers a 36-31 lead two minutes into the second half. Dartis scored 10 points and Gollon made back-to-back 3s and the Bobcats led 52-45. Prairie View A&M pulled to 55-52 on Austin Starr's 3-pointer. Ohio answered with an 11-3 run, with nine points coming from the free-throw line, and had a 66-55 lead with 5:20 to play and the Panthers didn't get closer.
Minnesota holds off Texas A&M rally for 69-64 victory
Jordan Murphy scored 14 points, Amir Coffey added 12 points, and Minnesota hit 10 of 14 free throws in the closing minutes to hold off Texas A&M 69-64 on Sunday night in the Vancouver Shootout.
Minlend scores 20 as San Francisco beats LIU Brooklyn 84-52
Charles Minlend scored 20 points, Jimbo Lull added 18 on 7-of-10 shooting and San Francisco used a big run in each half to beat LIU Brooklyn 84-52 on Sunday night.
No. 14 Florida State looks to stay unbeatable at home
The Florida State men's basketball team is once again enjoying early season success with wins over rival Florida at home and Tulane on the road.