PEORIA, Ill. ? Tramique Sutherland scored 17 points in his first game of the season Thursday to lead Bradley in an 80-38 rout of Division III Eureka.
Sutherland, who missed the season's first nine games with a fractured finger, had six assists and shot 8 of 12 from the field.
Auston Barnes scored 14, Ka'Darryl Bell had 12, and Josh Cunningham scored 10 and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Braves (4-6).
Bradley never trailed, and opened with an 18-8 run to build a 43-26 halftime lead.
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. ? Freshman Josh Robinson came off the bench to hit seven 3-pointers and score 23 points on Thursday as Austin Peay pulled away from Oakland City 76-52.
Chris Horton and Ed Dyson added 13 points apiece, with Horton grabbing 14 rebounds. Khalil Davis had 12 points and 9 rebounds for the Governors (4-7).
The Mighty Oaks (7-2), a Division II school from Indiana, had four players in double figures, led by Jonathan Sulak's 12. Oakland City shot 37.8 percent and had 18 turnovers to finish 43 points below its average (95.9).
CHARLOTTE, N.C. ? Torin Dorn scored 14 points and Charlotte erased a halftime deficit and beat Appalachian State 75-65 on Thursday.
Appalachian State scored the first 10 points and the last six points of the first half and took a 32-27 at intermission.
Charlotte hit 4 of its first 6 shots of the second ? including 3-pointers by Braxton Ogbueze and Terrence Williams ? to tie at 37. An 11-4 run midway through the frame gave the 49ers a five-point lead and while the Mountaineers got it to two points on two occasions, they never got over the hump.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. ? Justin Anderson's eyes lit up at the thought that No. 6 Virginia held Cleveland State scoreless for more than 10 minutes.
"That was super sick," Anderson said of the first-half stretch in the Cavaliers' 70-54 victory on Thursday night. "If we can ask ourselves to do that throughout the whole game, I think this team can go to another level defensively."
DELAND, Fla. ? Jelani Hewitt scored 30 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead Georgia Southern to a 76-67 win over Stetson on Thursday night.
Trailing 40-33 at the break, Georgia Southern (6-2) took the lead for good late in the second half with a 9-2 spurt capped by a 3-pointer from Curtis Diamond that made it 70-63 with 1:45 to go. Hewitt sank a layup and went 4 of 4 from the free-throw line down the stretch to cement the win.
BUFFALO, N.Y. ? Jeremiah Williams' basket with 11 seconds left in overtime lifted Canisius to a 60-59 victory over Stony Brook on Thursday night.
Carson Puriefoy made two free throws to give the Seawolves (5-6) a 59-58 lead with 1:30 remaining. Both team missed shots on their next possessions before Williams' basket. Puriefoy missed a 3-point attempt with four seconds left and Jamal Reynolds grabbed the rebound for the Golden Griffins (5-4).