Dickinson heads to program's first Round of 16; silences No. 8 Wooster
WOOSTER, Pa. -- Dickinson posted an upset of No. 8 Wooster on Saturday night, winning the second round of the NCAA Regional 67-64.
Senior guard Adam Honig scored a game-high 24 points to lead the Red Devils to a school-record 22nd win. Honig drained six 3-pointers on the night, hitting five in the first half.
The hosts jumped out to an 12-6 lead to start the game, but the Red Devils closed out the half with a strong run to lead 37-29 at the break.
Dickinson stretched the lead to 11, early in the second half on a 3-pointer from Brandon Angradi.
Wooster battled back, taking the lead on a Doug Thorpe 3-pointer at the 6:16 mark. Ted Hinnenkamp traded baskets to keep to Devils up by four.
Xavier Brown sank a pair of free throws to pull within two. Honig hit one of two to secure a 67-64 win for the Red Devils.
Honig added four assists to his game-high 24 points. Wixted finished with 14 points and seven rebounds. McInernery and Hinnenkamp each added eight points.
Dan Fanelly led Wooster with 15 points. Kenny DeBoer added14 while Brown finished with 12.
The Red Devils advance to the third round of the NCAA tournament for the first time in school history.