The Mid-Atlantic Christian men’s basketball team lost to Stratford University (Va.) 98-65, Thursday, January 17 at Chesson Gym on the campus of MACU.
MACU defeated Christendom 81-58 on Saturday in its regular-season finale.
MACU snapped a six-game losing streak with an 80-72 win on Saturday at Chesson Gym.
The Elizabeth City State men’s basketball team pulled away in the second half to top Mid-Atlantic Christian 86-59 on Tuesday night at the Vaughan Center.
The Mid-Atlantic Christian men’s and women’s basketball teams were unable to complete the MACU Showcase with wins on Saturday.
The MACU women fell to Trinity College 83-82.
In the first game of the doubleheader, Trinity College defeated the MACU men 59-48.
Get a second look at the first half between Chowan and Mid-Atlantic Christian.
MACU’s Angus Spencer scored 18 points, but Chowan secured the 109-52 win at Chesson Gym on Tuesday.
Hopefully everyone had a good Thanksgiving holiday.
Below are highlights from the first half between Mid-Atlantic Christian and Elizabeth City State on Tuesday.
ECSU knocked off MACU 96-55. The Vikings improved to 2-2 on the season, while the Mustangs fell to 0-7.
Moment of silence
Before tip-off, a moment of silence was held for former ECSU assistant softball coach William White.
White was a coach on the two Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association softball championship teams in 2002 and 2005. Before he retired from ECSU, White served as a campus police officer.
Football seniors recognized
At halftime of the basketball game, a handful of seniors who were on campus were recognized by the university.
Players Lovie Banks-Rose, Darren Wilson, Maliek Wright, Ronald Gray and Kevrette Brown received plaques from ECSU athletic director Derrick Johnson.
— Malcolm Shields