Dover, DE — The middle of the MEAC standings are more congested than a Canadian Costco on a Saturday afternoon.
Coming into Saturday’s action, five and a half games separated the third place team from the team in 12th. While the North Carolina Central Eagles still have a stranglehold on top spot in the conference, it appears as though that a number of teams have a legitimate shot at the MEAC tournament title, which takes place in Norfolk, VA from March 6-11, 2017.
Saturday saw the Delaware State Hornets welcome the Maryland-Eastern Shore Hawks to town in a battle of two teams who were looking to improve their standing as the regular season winds down.
In front of their home crowd, the Hornets led for the majority of the contest. The Hawks would never hold a lead of their own until the final two minutes of the game, but that’s all they needed. Continue reading RECAP: McIntosh floater lifts Maryland-Eastern Shore to 65-64 win at Delaware State