The Drexel Dragons (12-8) used a fifty point second half to dispose of the William & Mary Pride (14-5) at the Daskalaikis Athletic Center.
The Tribe were out of the game at the half with Drexel holding a 10 point edge, 34-24.
It was all Dragons in the second half when, for the second consecutive game, a major outburst left zero doubt of the outcome.
The Tribe did get quality play from Nathan Knight who knocked own 28 points in 29 minutes and Thornton Scott who would add a dozen points.
Drexel had the answers and a double-double from James Butler who picked up 17 points and 12 rebounds.
Not to be outdone, Zach Walton accounted for 23 points with Camryn Winter contributing 20.
Drexel improves to 5-2 in the CAA while the Pride lose their first CAA contest and drop to 6-1.
By: Kevin Neibauer
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