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Bradley Braves (7-3)


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vs. NCA&T
W 83-52
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vs. MARYMO
W 91-58
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GaSo 16 - 33 Brad
1st 5:33
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Childs carries Bradley past Division II-Maryville (MO) 91-58

PEORIA, Ill. (AP) Elijah Childs scored 16 points as Bradley rolled past Division II Maryville (MO) 91-58 on Tuesday night.

Nate Kennell and Ja'Shon Henry added 15 points each for the Braves (7-3), who earned their sixth consecutive home victory. Koch Bar had five assists.

The 91 points were a season best for Bradley, which also posted a season-high 27 assists.

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Leaders
Points: E. Childs15.0
Rebounds: E. Childs9.4
Assists: D. Brown5.2
FG%: E. Childs51.2%
FT%: D. Brown75.9%
3P%: N. Kennell45.6%
Steals: D. Kingsby1.4
Blocks: E. Childs1.1
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Louisville10-1
2 Kansas9-1
3 Ohio State9-0
4 Maryland10-1
5 Michigan8-3
6 Gonzaga11-1
7 Duke9-1
8 Kentucky8-1
9 Virginia8-1
10 Oregon8-2
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Louisville10-1
2 Ohio State9-0
3 Kansas9-1
4 Maryland10-1
5 Duke9-1
6 Gonzaga11-1
7 Michigan8-3
8 Virginia8-1
9 Kentucky8-1
10 Auburn9-0
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Missouri Valley Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
UNI 0-0 10-1
Evansville 0-0 8-3
Drake 0-0 8-3
Bradley 0-0 7-3
Loyola Chicago 0-0 7-4
Valparaiso 0-0 6-4
Indiana State 0-0 5-4
Missouri State 0-0 6-5
Illinois State 0-0 4-6
Southern Illinois 0-0 4-6
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 72.9 (164)
Rebounds: 13.7 (16)
Assists: 15.8 (54)
FG%: 43.2% (205)
FT%: 72.4% (106)
3P%: 33.7% (156)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 63.5 (68)
Rebounds: 26.7 (140)
Assists: 10.4 (52)
FG%: 38.9% (61)
FT%: 74.0% (310)
3P%: 27.4% (25)
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