Maryland-Eastern Shore beats Morgan State 89-76 for 18th win, most in 41 years



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      PRINCESS ANNE, Maryland — Devin Martin led five players in double figures with 17 points on Thursday and Maryland-Eastern Shore wrapped up the regular season with its most wins in 41 years with an 89-76 win over Morgan State.

      Dominique Elliott added 15 points, Mike Myers had 13, Devon Walker 11 and Ryan Andino 10 for the Hawks (18-13, 11-6 Mid-Eastern Athletic). Maryland-Eastern Shore has not won 18 games since going 27-2 in 1973-74.

      Cedric Blooms had 17 points and Torin Childs-Harris 15 for the Bears (7-23, 5-11).

      Martin went 4 of 5 from the field, including his three 3-pointers, as the Hawks shot 51.7 percent to build a 42-29 lead.

      Walker and Andino had two of their three 3s in the second half as Maryland-Eastern Shore finished 9 of 17 behind the arc. With Issac Smith III hitting all five of his free throws, the Hawks were 14 of 17 at the line.

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