Sophomore guard Frantz Massenat netted a game-best 25 points to help the Drexel Dragons beat the Towson Tigers, 65-57, in a Colonial Athletic Association men's basketball game at the Towson Center. The Dragons (19-5, 11-2 CAA) extend their current winning streak to 12 games and avoided becoming Towson's second victim of the season, as the Tigers fell to 1-24 overall and 1-12 in the league.
Junior guard Derrick Thomas added 12 points for Drexel, which led 29-25 at the half but never led by as much as nine points in the second half. Senior forward Samme Givens netted nine points and collected a team-best seven rebounds, as junior forward Daryl McCoy snagged a team-best nine boards.
Meanwhile, Tigers' sophomore forward Marcus Damas scored a game-best 26 points and collected seven rebounds. Senior forward Robert Nwankwo was the only other Towson player in double-digits with 12 points.
Overall, Drexel made 50-percent of its 3-pointers (7-for-14) and shot 40.9-perecent from the field.