The Drexel Dragons (13-11) looking to snap a three-game losing streak, welcomed the James Madison Dukes (9-14) to Daskalakis Athletic Center on Thursday evening.
Anchored by the usual suspects, Drexel snuffed out the losing skein thanks to the big first half which saw the Dragons seize a 43-33 advantage.
Drexel, a tremendous home-court team, ups their record to 10-2 on their home floor.
James Madison benefitted from a strong game from Deshon Parker who put it 23 points in the 34 minutes in which he saw action.
Matt Lewis helped the Duke’s cause and dropped 15 points.
James Butler was solid for the Dragons and drained 18 points.
Drexel also got positive contributions from Camryn Winter and Zach Walton each adding 11.
TJ Bickerstaff threw in 10 points to contribute to the statement victory.