BALTIMORE -- Chad Andrews-Fulton had 16 points on Monday night and Coppin State survived without a field goal in the final two minutes to beat Maryland-Eastern Shore 71-68.
Lucian Brownlee's 3-pointer with 2:24 left gave the Eagles (4-19, 4-4 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference) the lead for good at 68-65.
Logan McIntosh cut the deficit to 68-67 with a pair of free throws for the Hawks (5-19, 1-8). Karonn Davis split of pair of foul shots for Coppin State, Sean Hoggs did the same for UMES to make it 69-68 with 41 seconds left, and Davis and Brownlee added a free throw each in the final 15 seconds for the Eagles.
Davis, Brownlee and Cedric Council Jr. each had 12 points for Coppin State. Davis had nine boards and Brownlee and Council each grabbed seven.
Eastern puts Morsell on skates
Purdue's Mojel Eastern collects the steal and breaks the ankles of Darryl Morsell before finishing at the cup.
Fernando drives and crushes the rim
Off the pick and roll, Bruno Fernando charges down the paint, catches the ball and slams it home to put Maryland up 29-25.
New Mexico coach apologizes for skirmish with NMSU
New Mexico head coach Paul Weir is apologizing for the actions of some of his players before Tuesday's game against rival New Mexico State in Las Cruces.