Towson 14 44 58
Charleston 40 35 75
Date of game: 11/9/2012

Recap: Coll of Charleston vs. Towson

Charleston, SC (Sports Network) - Trent Wiedeman led the way with 17 points as the College of Charleston took down the Towson Tigers, 75-58, in a non- conference game at TD Arena.

For the Cougars (1-0), Andrew Lawrence added 16 points, seven rebounds and five assists, while Anthony Thomas and Anthony Stitt each chipped in 12 points. Adjehi Baru, the only starter not to score in double figures, came up just shy of recording a double-double with his nine points and team best nine rebounds.

Jerrelle Benimon led all scorers with 23 points for the Tigers (0-1). Bilal Dixon posted a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds, while Kris Walden finished with 10 points in the loss.

The Cougars dominated in the first half, knocking down 60 percent of their field goals. Towson struggled with just 23.1 percent accuracy as the visitors trailed at the break, 40-14.

After intermission the Tigers heated up, connecting on 48.4 percent of their shots, but the Cougars didn't let up, hitting on 52.2 percent of their attempts from the floor. Towson actually outscored Charleston in the second half, 44-35, but couldn't overcome their terrible start, as the Cougars cruised to victory.

Charleston, which had a slight edge on the boards, 34-32, survived 17 turnovers on the night.

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