GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Ronald Jackson scored 20 points with 14 rebounds and North Carolina A&T beat Maryland-Eastern Shore 83-62 on Monday to win its 10th straight at home and to stay atop the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference standings.
Conference assists leader Kameron Langley scored 10 points with eight rebounds and 13 assists to become the Aggies' all-time assists leader, breaking the record held by Thomas Griffis (582).
Kwe Parker scored 15 points with eight boards and blocked two shots and Andre Jackson scored 12 points for the Aggies (15-14, 11-3), who outscored the Hawks48-26 in the paint. Devin Haygood added 10 points.
The Aggies improve to 2-0 against the Hawks for the season. NC A&T defeated Maryland Eastern Shore 91-53 on Jan. 11. NC A&T takes on South Carolina State on the road next Monday. Maryland Eastern Shore takes on Delaware State at home on Saturday.
For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP-Top25
Elements of this story were generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com
Louisville Cardinals basketball players, coach Chris Mack lead march, call for unity after Breonna Taylor ruling
Louisville basketball players David Johnson, Charles Minlend and Malik Williams, along with coach Chris Mack, gave speeches calling for unity, tolerance and equality on Friday before leading a peaceful march on campus.
NCAA health guidelines suggest testing basketball players three times per week for coronavirus
The NCAA released health and safety guidelines for the college basketball season, including a suggestion to test players, coaches and officials three times per week during the season.
Kentucky coach John Calipari won't play this season's basketball game against Louisville at neutral site
Kentucky coach John Calipari says the Wildcats intend to play their road game this season with Louisville at Louisville after Chris Mack recently said he'd prefer a neutral site because fewer fans will attend this season due to COVID-19.