Drexel 37 40 77
Gastate 33 27 60
Date of game: 1/2/2013

Recap: Georgia State vs. Drexel

Atlanta, GA (Sports Network) - Frantz Massenat matched a career-high with 25 points to lead the Drexel Dragons to a 77-60 victory over the Georgia State Panthers in a Colonial Athletic Association matchup at GSU Sports Arena.

Massenat, who is coming off a season-low five points in a loss to St. Joseph's earlier this week, shot 9-of-15 from the floor and was perfect from the free throw line, making all six attempts. The Dragons (5-8, 1-0 CAA) also got 15 points from Damian Lee and 13 points off the bench from Tavon Allen. Daryl McCoy was dominant on the glass, pulling down a game-high 14 rebounds.

R.J. Hunter netted 23 points for Georgia State (5-9, 0-1), which has dropped its last five games. Devonta White added 11 points, while Cameron Solomon finished with 12.

Drexel went into the locker rooms leading 37-33 after a relatively even first half in which the Dragons shot 42.3 percent from the floor while the Panthers shot 42.9 percent. The difference in the half was Drexel's ability to get to the foul line, where they made 10-of-13 attempts compared to just 5-of-6 for Georgia State.

The Dragons opened the second half on a 28-12 run to pull away. They shot a lofty 65.2 percent from the floor in the frame.

Drexel is now 11-3 all-time against Georgia State.

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