Chris Fouch, Frantz Massenat and Samme Givens each scored in double figures, and the Drexel Dragons buried the visiting Georgia State Panthers 68-46 on Wednesday night.
Drexel raced out to a 37-28 halftime lead and held the Panthers to just 18 second half points, upping their record to 16-5 overall and 8-2 in CAA play.
The loss pushes Georgia State back to 14-7 and 6-4 within the conference, three games back of the conference leading George Mason Patriots.
The Panthers' Jihad Ali was the only player to score in double figures on the evening, putting up 17 points on 7-11 shooting. Overall, Georgia State was held to just 33.3% shooting as a team, and missed all but two of their 11 three point attempts.
Drexel out rebounded Georgia State 37-28.
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