DURHAM, N.C. -- Reggie Groves set a school record, hitting 10 3-pointers (10 of 13), totaling 32 points, as North Carolina Central overwhelmed Barber-Scotia 101-46 Tuesday night.
Groves broke the record held by his current coach, LeVelle Moton, who went 9-for-14 against North Carolina A&T on Jan 19, 1995, scoring 35 points.Jeremy Ingram contributed 13 points, Alfonzo Houston added 11 and Antonin Galaya had 10 for North Carolina Central (5-1).The Eagles opened up a 22-2 lead midway of the first period and had a dominating 61-24 lead at the half. They were 39 of 74 from the field, making 16 of 37 three-point attempts. Barber-Scotia (0-10) could not slow North Carolina Central as they were outrebounded 52 to 20. The Sabers made only 16 of 50 attempted field goals.Carlos Benton led the Sabers with 10 points.