The Tigers are gearing up for tournament time  

The Top Cat leading the Poll is Stillman prowling at the  top of the Urban Media Todays HBCU  top 25  Men’s Hoops pol

Rank SchoolConfWinsLossLW
#1Stillman SSAC254#1
#2Virginia State CIAA234#2
#3Tougaloo GCAC234#3
#4Norfolk State MEAC1611#4
#5Talladega GCAC236#6
Rank SchoolConfWinsLossLW
#6MorehouseSIAC204#7
#7Wiley College RRAC215#8
#8North Carolina A&TMEAC1412#9
#9Texas Southern SWAC1411#10
#10Langston Sooner209#5
Rank SchoolConfWinsLossLW
#11Prairie View A&M SWAC1312#11
#12Miles College SIAC 188#13
#13North Carolina Central MEAC1314#15
#14Voorhees A.I.I.225#19
#15Dillard GCAC168#12
Game #4 – No. 3 Voorhees College 90, No. 6 Northern New Mexico College 81
Voorhees College used a 15-8 run over the first four minutes of the second half in defeating No. 6-seed Northern New Mexico College 90-81. The nine-point spread was the largest margin of victory from Friday’s quarterfinal action.
A 3-point field goal by Javari Albergottie gave No. 3-seed Voorhees its largest lead of the second half 71-55 with 10:08 remaining.
Northern New Mexico attempted a rally behind a 15-5 run over a seven-minute stretch of the second half, trimming the deficit to 76-70 following a basket by Naquwan Solomon. His 22 points led five double-figure scorers on the team.
Denzel Famble scored 28 points, including making 12 of 14 free throws. Alex Brooks and Albergottie each added 15 points for Voorhees.
(This Article courtesy of Aiisports.com)
Rank SchoolConfWinsLossLW
#16Grambling State SWAC1313#16
#17Howard MEAC1215#17
#18LeMoyne – OwenSIAC189#22
#19Virginia Union CIAA1710#21
#20Bowie State CIAA1611#18

Rank SchoolConfWinsLossLW
#21Livingstone CIAA1610#20
#22Lincoln (Mo) MIAA169#14
#23Lane College SIAC1410#23
#24Harris Stowe AMC1611#25
#25Xavier (La)GCAC1613NR
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