Delaware (12-18, 5-12 CAA) vs. James Madison (9-20, 5-11 CAA)

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Saturday, February 24, 2018
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4 p.m.
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Bob Carpenter Center – Newark, Del.

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HEN SCRATCHINGS  🐔
• The Blue Hens close out their 2017-18 regular season with an afternoon game vs. James Madison.

• Delaware seniors Skye Johnson and Anthony Mosley will be honored in a pregame ceremony prior to playing their final game at the Bob Carpenter Center.
• Mosley will be playing in the 119th game of his career, which will tie him for 10th place on the UD career list. The school record is 124 games played by Cazmon Hayes, Devon Saddler and Jamelle Hagins.
• The Blue Hens are looking to bounce back from an 85-83 loss at Drexel on Thursday, when the Dragons set an NCAA Division I record by coming back from a 34-point deficit.
• Delaware scored 56 points in the first half, its most points in a half since also scoring 56 in the second half at Wisconsin-Green Bay on Dec. 28, 2002.
Ryan Allen led the Blue Hens with 21 points, reaching double figures for the 14th game in a row. Allen has now made 81 three-pointers this year, five shy of the UD single season record.
Ryan Daly added 17 points as he scored in double digits for the 23rd consecutive game.
Eric Carter finished with 15 points and 12 rebounds to notch his 10th double-double of the season, including his fifth in the last eight games.
• UD leads the all-time series with James Madison, 17-12, and has won the last three meetings between the schools. The Blue Hens edged the Dukes, 61-60, in the first meeting this year when Daly hit a game-winning jumper with 14 seconds left.
• Delaware can finish as the seventh, eighth, ninth, or 10th seed in the CAA standings. The Blue Hens will open CAA Tournament play next Saturday in the first round at the North Charleston (S.C.) Coliseum at either 4 or 6:30 p.m.


HEAD COACHES 📋
Delaware: Martin Ingelsby (Notre Dame ‘01), second season overall and at Delaware, 25-38
James Madison: Louis Rowe (James Madison ‘95), second season overall and at James Madison, 19-43