Troy State: 103 Points in One Half
A day after setting a division scoring record, Troy State shattered a college basketball milestone by scoring 103 points in the second half Friday night against DeVry Institute of Decatur, Ga.
On Thursday, Troy State set an NCAA Division II scoring record in a 162-130 victory over Columbus College. That record was surpassed Friday night in a 187-117 victory over DeVry, an NAIA school that has lost 28 of 31 games.
The previous college record for points in a half was 98, achieved twice in the 1969-70 season by Kentucky State. The major college record of 97 was set in 1989 by Oklahoma against U.S. International.
Troy State (17-7) had nine players score in double figures, led by Calvin Aultman with 31 points and Dandrea Evans and Pat Evans with 28 each.
The Trojans made 24 of 53 three-pointers.
NAIA scoring leader Danny Stubbs had 59 for DeVry.