Price scores 17 off bench to lead WCU to win

App State, NC Central and UNCA all got wins

CULLOWHEE — Marvin Price had 17 points off the bench to lead Western Carolina to a 102-47 win over Warren Wilson on Wednesday night.

Madison Monroe had 13 points for Western Carolina (4-4). Cam Bacote and Marcus Banks each had 12 points.

Jerry Daye had 22 points for the Owls.

Appalachian State 90, Boyce 29

BOONE — Thirteen different players scored as the Mountaineers reeled off the game’s first 13 points and coasted past Boyce 90-29 on Wednesday. Michael Almonacy led App State (5-4) with 11 points, and Christopher Mantis added 10 points, five rebounds and five assists.

Boyce made just 17.2% of their shots from the floor, including only 2 of 27 3-pointer attempts. Trey Mollet led the Bulldogs (2-5) with five points.

NC Central 67, South Carolina Upstate 65

SPARTANBURG, S.C. — Eric Boone tossed in 20 points and hit a layup with 2 seconds remaining in the game to send North Carolina Central to a 67-65 victory over South Carolina Upstate on Wednesday night.

Randy Miller Jr. had 16 points for the Eagles (3-5), who snapped a five-game skid on the road. Asanti Price added 10 points.

Bryson Mozone had 12 points for the Spartans (2-5). Josh Aldrich added 11 points.

UNC Asheville 65, The Citadel 58

ASHEVILLE — LJ Thorpe had 16 points and eight rebounds as UNC Asheville defeated The Citadel 65-58 on Wednesday night.

Tajion Jones had 11 points and six rebounds for UNC Asheville (4-3). Jamon Battle added 10 points. Trent Stephney had seven assists.

Hayden Brown had 16 points and nine rebounds for The Citadel (4-3). Stephen Clark added 10 points and four blocks. Brent Davis had 10 points and six rebounds.

Norfolk State 74, UNC Wilmington 69

WILMINGTON — Dana Tate Jr. had 17 points and nine rebounds off the bench to lead Norfolk State to a win at UNC Wilmington on Wednesday. Fellow reserve Jalen Hawkins added 16 points for the Spartants (9-1).

The Seahawks, playing for the first time in a week after their last two games were canceled because of a flu outbreak on the team, had four players in double digits. Mike Okauru led the way with 18 points for UNC Wilmington (3-4).