Junior point guard Frantz Massenat led the way 19 points as the Drexel Dragons (6-11, 2-3) defeated the William & Mary Tribe, 59-48, on Saturday afternoon. This win broke a three-game losing streak and got the Dragons their first win since January 2nd against Georgia State.
Drexel was without starting forward Daryl McCoy, who remains out with a foot injury, but sophomore guard Damion Lee returned to action after missing a few games with an injury. He came off the bench to score 10 points, grab five boards and dish out four assists in 24 minutes of action.
The Dragon defense was up to its usual tricks on Saturday, holding the sharp-shooting Tribe to only 36% shooting from the field. Junior forward Dartaye Ruffin had eight points and 11 boards, senior Derrick Thomas had eight points and redshirt freshman Tavon Allen had seven.
Bruiser Flint will hope his team can stay on track on Wednesday when they visit Hofstra in New York. A win would bring his team to the .500 mark in conference play.