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Just seven games remain in the regular season for the Drexel Dragons, the first of which will be Saturday at the DAC as the Dukes of James Madison come to town.
The Dragons have dropped three straight, and four of five after losing their Colonial Athletic Association opener on Wednesday night against William and Mary, 85-73.
Frantz Massenat, with 25 points and seven rebounds, helped Drexel earn a 72-58 victory at Davidson on Sunday afternoon.
It has been a great start to the season for Drexel. The Dragons are 3-1, with the only loss coming in a close game (72-67) at #18 UCLA to open the season. On Wednesday night they will play on the New York City stage, taking on #4 Arizona, at Madison Square Garden, in the semifinals of the NIT Season Tip-Off Tournament.
Damion Lee scored 17 points and Frantz Massenat added 16 Monday night as Drexel defeated Hofstra 63-54 for a sweep of their Colonial Athletic Association season series.
DeShawn Painter and Dimitri Batten scored 15 points apiece as Old Dominion shot a blistering 65 percent in the second half to stun Drexel 78-66 Thursday night, snapping a 10-game losing streak and posting the Monarchs’ first Colonial Athletic Association victory of the season.
Freshman Damion Lee scored 24 points, hitting six 3-pointers, and Drexel edged Old Dominion 73-72 Saturday to close out the regular season with its school-record 17th straight win.
Samme Givens led Drexel with team highs of 31 points and nine rebounds as the Dragons beat Fairfield 77-69 on Wednesday night, extending their season-best winning streak to five games.
Samme Givens finished with 17 points and 10 boards as Drexel earned its third straight victory with a 73-68 win over Bradley on Saturday.