Gumbs-Frater carries Coastal Carolina past Greensboro 114-79
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CONWAY, S.C. (AP) Tyrell Gumbs-Frater scored 21 of his 28 points after halftime as Coastal Carolina defeated Division III’s Greensboro 114-79 on Wednesday night.
Keishawn Brewton had 18 points for Coastal Carolina (5-4), Tommy Burton 17 points and DeVante Jones had 15 points with10 assists for his second consecutive double-double.
It was Coastal Carolina’s most points in a game since 2013, but it all happened after halftime. Greensboro trailed 47-46 at the break and tied the score at 49-49 with Keyford Langley’s 3-pointer a minute into the second half.
The Chanticleers went on a 9-0 run after that, including five straight points by Gumbs-Frater. A Brewton dunk with 13 minutes left, pushed the lead into double digits as Coastal Carolina closed on a 42-18 run.
Eric Peaks Jr. and Langley each scored 16 points for the Pride. Michael Phifer had 14 points.
Coastal Carolina takes on Winthrop on the road on Saturday.
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Updated December 4, 2019