Bryant leads Delaware attack over D-II Chestnut hill 100-62
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NEWARK, Del. (AP) Darian Bryant led five players in double-figures scoring with 18 points and Delaware beat Chestnut Hill 100-62 on Tuesday night.
Eric Carter scored 15, Kevin Anderson and Jacob Cushing each scored 13 and Ithiel Horton scored 10 against the Division II-member Griffins. Delaware (1-1) never trailed, but Chestnut put up a fight for the first nine minutes.
Keyon Butler hit a 3 and Dexter Thompson buried a jump shot and Chestnut Hill drew within 18-16 with 12:31 before halftime. Carter responded with a pair of free throws, Cushing and Bryant each made 3s and Ryan Johnson's layup made for a 13-0 run and a 15-point lead. The Blue Hens finished 18-for-32 shooting before halftime and posted a 50-28 lead.
Delaware outscored Chestnut Hill 46-32 inside and collected 41 bench points in the win.
Butler and Ed McWade led the Griffins with 11 points each and Cartier Talford scored 10.
Updated November 13, 2018