HARRISONBURG, Va. -- Grant Riller scored a season-high 36 points, draining 6 of 7 from 3-point distance and College of Charleston raced away from James Madison 87-68 on Thursday night.
Riller pushed his streak of scoring in double digits to 50 games and rose to sixth place in the Colonial Athletic Association career scoring list. He was 11-for-17 shooting from the field and added seven rebounds. It was his third 30-point game this season.
Darius Banks pulled James Madison as close as 59-54 midway through the second half, but Riller scored on a drive, Galloway stole the ball and scored on the fast break and the Cougars went on a 19-4 tear to put the game away with a season-high 47 points in the second half.
College of Charleston plays Towson on the road on Saturday. James Madison faces UNC Wilmington at home on Saturday.
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