Eastern Shore last played Georgetown in December 2000
Tilt with Division III foe to serve as season warmup
The Shore wins in conference tourney action first time since 2010-11 season
The Shore’s Copeland, Taylor coming off a career game
The Shore gets double digits from five different players
In their final Hytche Center game of the season, the Hawks stage a last-minute comeback to upend the Bears 67-66.
The Hawks only lead for 1:46 but pull off their third double-digit comeback this season to beat the Hornets 65-64.
In a marathon Monday night, Hawks shoot 43-53 (.811) from the free throw line and outlast the Aggies 106-95 in triple overtime.
In their first overtime game of the year, Bakari Copeland's free throws with 19.7 seconds to go lifted the Hawks to an 82-81 victory over the Wildcats.
The Hawks score 48 points in the second half to bludgeon the Bulldogs 92-69 and win their third straight.
The University of Maryland Eastern Shore battled back from as many as 13 points down, took its first lead of the second half with just over 9 minutes to go and held the lead (75-74) as late as the 5:15 mark of the second half on Monday against Savannah State. But it was the Tigers (10-12, 7-2 MEAC) who came out on top 87-82.
The University of Maryland Eastern Shore fell behind early in its Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference home opener against Howard, holding the lead just once in the first half, 6-4, and trailed by 11 at the break. The Shore fought back in the second half, but fell 74-66.
The University of Maryland Eastern Shore got an all-around standout performance from Senior Bakari Copeland (Decatur, Georgia) and what head coach Bobby Collins called "a total game" from his squad on Saturday in a 92-69 win against visiting South Carolina State.
Maryland Eastern Shore vs. Virginia Tech Men's Basketball December 7, 2016
Senior Bakari Copeland (Decatur, Georgia) poured in 21 points -- including 14 in the second half -- and grabbed four rebounds as the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (0-1) dropped a close season opener at George Washington 75-71.
2016-17: Started all 34 games at Center for the Hawks... Led the team in rebounding in three games and scored in double digits in six games... Finished third in the MEAC shooting .607 from the field in 16 conference games... Scored a career high 17 points at home against North Carolina A&T State on Feb. 20... Played a career high 27 minutes at Delaware State on Feb. 25...Pulled down career high seven rebounds Feb 1 at Hampront...Named the team's Most Improved at the Harrys Athletic Awards
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