Chauncey Hawkins scored a career-high 38 points as St. Francis (Brooklyn) beat Central Connecticut 85-79 on Saturday.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5L 74-59
- 11/9L 87-57
- 11/14L 90-49
- 11/16L 89-43
- 11/19L 77-63
- 11/23L 81-49
- 11/24L 82-52
- 12/1L 73-71
- 12/7L 66-64
- 12/15L 74-55
- 12/18L 76-60
- 12/2023L 87-58
- 12/29CONW 89-55
- 1/2L 89-78
- 1/4L 93-69
- 1/9L 90-78
- 1/11L 58-46
- 1/15L 66-55
- 1/18L 79-52
- 1/20L 83-60
- 1/23L 82-54
- 1/25W 86-76
- 1/30L 84-77
- 2/1L 64-57
- 2/8L 64-60
- 2/13L 90-74
- 2/15W 75-70
- 2/18W 76-75
- 2/21L 68-56
- 2/27L 69-58
- 2/29L 85-79
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Juvaris Hayes posted 19 points, seven rebounds and five steals and Merrimack beat Central Connecticut 69-58 on Thursday night to claim the Northeast Conference championship in its first Division I season.
Elijah Ford had 18 points as Wagner topped Central Connecticut 68-56 on Friday night. Alex Morales added 17 points for the Seahawks, while Tyrone Nesby IV chipped in 15. Morales also had six rebounds.
Ian Krishan scored 16 points, including two free throws with 7 seconds left, and Central Connecticut held off Fairleigh Dickinson 76-75 on Tuesday night.
Myles Baker had a season-high 24 points as Central Connecticut edged past Bryant 75-70 on Saturday.
Benson Lin had 13 points as Bryant narrowly beat Central Connecticut 64-60 on Saturday.
AJ Bramah had 11 points and 14 rebounds to lead Robert Morris to a 64-57 win over Central Connecticut on Saturday.
Mark Flagg had 19 points as St. Francis (Pa.) rallied from a 20-point halftime deficit to beat Central Connecticut 84-77 on Thursday night to snap a three-game losing streak.
Sophomore Ian Krishnan hit five 3-pointers and scored 18 points and Central Connecticut snapped an eight-game skid and picked up its first Northeast Conference win of the season with an 86-76 victory over Wagner on Saturday.
E.J. Anosike scored 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for his sixth straight double-double, five players scored in double figures and Sacred Heart dispatched Central Connecticut 82-54 Thursday night.
Xzavier Malone-Key had 23 points as Fairleigh Dickinson routed Central Connecticut 83-60 on Monday.
Jalen Gibbs had 20 points as Mount St. Mary's easily defeated Central Connecticut 79-52 on Saturday.
E.J. Anosike had 21 points and 14 rebounds for his seventh double-double of the season, and Sacred Heart beat Central Connecticut 66-55 on Wednesday night.
Idris Joyner scored a season-high 15 points and grabbed nine rebounds and Merrimack defeated Central Connecticut 58-46 on Saturday.
Isaiah Blackmon knocked down eight 3-pointers to score 28 points and St. Francis of Pennsylvania used 14 players in a 93-69 rout of Central Connecticut in a Northeast Conference contest Saturday afternoon.
Josh Williams had 20 points as Robert Morris topped Central Connecticut 89-78 on Thursday night.
Ian Krishnan scored 23 points and Myles Baker scored 12 and Central Connecticut beat Division III-member Connecticut College 89-55 on Sunday.
Myreon Jones scored 11 of his 21 points in the first half and No. 23 Penn State routed Central Connecticut 87-58 on Friday.
Chris Knight scored 18 points and Aaryn Rai had 14 points, 14 rebounds and seven assists as Dartmouth defeated Central Connecticut 76-60 on Wednesday.
Jared Hamilton scored 18 points, Steffon Mitchell posted his second straight double-double with 13 points and 12 rebounds and Boston College beat winless Central Connecticut 74-55 on Sunday.
Andrew Fleming scored 18 points and Maine made enough free throws down the stretch to hold off Central Connecticut 66-64 on Saturday.
Obadiah Noel drove to the hoop and scored with five seconds left to give UMass Lowell a 73-71 victory over winless Central Connecticut State on Sunday.
Mike Smith scored 20 points and Jake Killingsworth scored 17 points and Columbia beat Central Connecticut 82-52 in a Hall of Fame Tip-Off contest Sunday night.
Stef Smith had 24 points as Vermont easily beat Central Connecticut 81-49 in the Hall of Fame Tip-Off on Saturday night.
Jayden Martinez had a career-high 22 points plus 15 rebounds as New Hampshire topped Central Connecticut 77-63 on Tuesday night.