Drexel Vs. William & Mary: Dragons Try To Extend Winning Streak To 15 Games

The Drexel Dragons will try to extend their winning streak to 15 games Tuesday, as they host William & Mary in the Colonial Athletic Association at the John A. Daskalakis Center (7 p.m. ET).

The Drexel Dragons will try to extend their winning streak to 15 games Tuesday, as they host William & Mary Tribe in a Colonial Athletic Association men's basketball game (7 p.m. ET) at the John A. Daskalakis Center in Philadelphia. The Dragons (21-5, 13-2 CAA) is a first-place tie with Va. Commonwealth Rams for the CAA lead and a victory will help them keep pace for the regular-season title.

On Saturday, behind a game-best 25 points from junior guard Chris Fouch, the Dragons defeated the Hofstra Pride, 78-67. Sophomore guard Frantz Massenat added 20 for Drexel, which led 32-23 at halftime.

Massenat enter the contest pacing the Dragons in scoring averaging 13.4 point per game.

Meanwhile, William & Marry (5-22, 3-12) snapped a nine-game losing streak Saturday with a 79-51 victory over the Northeastern Huskies. Sophomore guard Brandon Britt led the way for the Tribe with a game-best 24 points.

Senior guard Quinn McDowell is William & Mary's leading point-getting averaging 12.6 per game.

For more on Drexel basketball, make sure to check out the Dragon's SB Nation team page.

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