|NC Central||J Ingram 15.6||S Kidd 7.4||E Chapman 6.0|
|UMD Eastern Shore||K Mays 14.9||K Mays 7.8||K Jones 2.5|
On Monday, North Carolina Central travels to Hytche Athletic Center to take on Maryland-Eastern Shore. Tip-off is at 7:30 EST. The Eagles are 4-1 against the Hawks over the last four years. The last time they met (3/6/2012) they won 60-43.
North Carolina Central is in 1st place in the conference, Maryland-Eastern Shore is in 11th place. North Carolina Central has won eight games straight.
In their last game, Jeremy Ingram put up 20 points in the Eagles 54-43 win over Delaware State on February 2nd. At 15.6, he paces the team in points per game. For the Hawks, Troy Snyder put up 17 points and 7 rebounds in the 46-44 loss to North Carolina A&T on February 2nd. With 2.1 steals per game and 0.8 blocks per game, he has team-best marks in both categories.
There are three key statistical areas where North Carolina Central has an advantage. The Eagles have an edge in assists, 15 per game to nine per game. North Carolina Central also has an advantage in field goal percentage, 47% to 35%. Finally, the Eagles have the upper hand in scoring as well, 70 points per game to 55 points per game.
Maryland-Eastern Shore StatSmack
- North Carolina Central players are more experienced than Maryland-Eastern Shore players (8,603 minutes played vs 6,609 minutes played).
- The North Carolina Central three-point leader (Jeremy Ingram) has more three-pointers than the Maryland-Eastern Shore three-point leader (Louis Bell).
- North Carolina Central has a more potent offense, scoring more points (71.5 per game vs 56.5 per game) than Maryland-Eastern Shore this season.
- North Carolina Central is a better shooting team (47.6% vs 35.8%) than Maryland-Eastern Shore this season.
- North Carolina Central has a better scoring defense (59.0 allowed per game vs 72.1 allowed per game) than Maryland-Eastern Shore this season.
- North Carolina Central allows fewer rebounds (30.3 allowed per game vs 36.2 allowed per game) than Maryland-Eastern Shore this season.
- Be afraid. North Carolina Central has blown out more teams than Maryland-Eastern Shore this season (5 blowouts vs 0).
- At least you keep showing up. North Carolina Central has an average margin of victory of 14 over Maryland-Eastern Shore in 4 wins since 2008.
- The North Carolina Central rebounding leader (Stanton Kidd) has more rebounds than the Maryland-Eastern Shore rebounding leader (Troy Snyder).
- North Carolina Central is a better three-point shooting team (35.2% vs 26.7%) than Maryland-Eastern Shore this season.
- The North Carolina Central steals leader (Emanuel Chapman) has more steals than the Maryland-Eastern Shore steals leader (Troy Snyder).
|C||Jay Copeland Jr||23||9||5||0||1||1||1|
|F||D. Williams II||13||3||1||0||1||0||1|