DOVER, Del. -- Xavier Sewell had 17 points and seven rebounds as NAIA member Washington Adventist edged past Delaware State 78-76 on Monday night.
Washington Adventist outscored Delaware State 19-9 down the stretch for its second win against a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference opponent this season. The Shock also beat Howard 71-68.
The Shock led for the first time in the second half, 72-70, on a basket by Derrick Hopkins with 3:01 left to play. Washington Adventist hit 4 of 5 free throws to seal it.
Delaware State plays Morgan State at home on Saturday.
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