DOVER, Del. -- Brandon Tabb sank five 3-pointers and had 26 points to help lead Bethune-Cookman to an 85-78 win over Delaware State on Saturday.
Isaiah Bailey added 23 points, going 14 for 15 from the free-throw line, Shawntrez Davis had 12 points and nine rebounds and Malik Maitland had 10 points for Bethune-Cookman (11-9, 5-0 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference). The Wildcats were 24 for 49 from the field and 28 of 34 from the line to match their best conference start in program history.
Leading 42-29 at the break, Bethune-Cookman had to scramble in the second half as Delaware State opened with a 19-5 run, getting a pair of free throws from Joseph Lewis to edge into its only lead, 48-47, with 13:29 to play.
Isaiah Bailey then drained a 3-pointer at the end to spark a 14-2 run and Bethune-Cookman never trailed again.
Harris scores 25, Stephen F. Austin edges Incarnate Word
Kevon Harris scored 25 points and sank the game-winning free throws with 27 seconds remaining as Stephen F. Austin edged Incarnate Word 74-71 on Saturday, halting a three-game slide in the Southland Conference.
Morse with 20 points leads Mt. St. Mary's past Wagner 70-56
Vado Morse scored a career-best 20 points as Mount St. Mary's posted its first conference win, beating Wagner 70-56 on Saturday.
Stevenson gets leverage and scores
Wichita State's Markis McDuffie collects the steal, passes it to Erik Stevenson, who attacks and finishes at the cup over two defenders.