- The Washington Times - Thursday, December 29, 2005

Last night at Comcast Center

SEEN AND HEARD

Senior guard Chris McCray did not start after arriving late to a team meeting this week. Junior Mike Jones took his place, making his second start of the season. McCray finally entered with 13:42 remaining in the first half. Less than 15 seconds later, he stole an inbound pass and converted the layup. He finished with 11 points in 27 minutes, matching his season-lows for both.

BY THE NUMBERS

8:17 Scoring drought for Delaware State in the first half. The Hornets pulled within 9-6 on Tracey Worley’s layup with 15:22 left, then didn’t score again until Worley drilled a jumper at 7:05 to make it 19-8.

PLAY OF THE GAME

Senior Nik Caner-Medley enjoyed a fine stretch late in the first half with his passing and ability to force turnovers, but his impressive drive to the basket with 4:41 left drew the most applause. Caner-Medley looked ready to shoot from the right side of the hoop, but deftly changed direction to deposit the layup from the left side.

— Patrick Stevens

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