Seth Curry scored a season-high 22 points, Austin Rivers added 20 and No. 7 Duke routed Western Michigan, 110-70, on Friday night in Durham, N.C.
Quinn Cook had 16 points and Josh Hairston finished with 13, helping the Blue Devils (11-1) win their fourth straight. They shot 54 percent, held a 50-28 rebounding advantage and used a huge early run and a knack for getting to the free-throw line to take a 30-point lead in the first half.
Matt Stainbrook had 18 points to lead the Broncos (5-8).
Missouri 75, Old Dominion 68 - Marcus Denmon scored 17 of his 19 points after halftime and hit the go-ahead three-pointer with 61 seconds to play as the No. 8 Tigers (13-0) survived against the host Monarchs (6-7) in Norfolk, Va.
Kim English added 16 points for Missouri. Kent Bazemore led Old Dominion with 16 points.
Georgia 58, Delaware State 51 - Dustin Ware came off the bench again and scored 15 points to lead the slow-starting Bulldogs (9-5) past the Hornets (4-7) in Athens, Ga., for their fifth straight victory. Casey Walker led Delaware State (4-7) with 16 points.
Assumption 78, Holy Family 74 - Khiry Hankins scored 30 points and Alberto Munoz added 23, but the Tigers (5-6) came up short against the Greyhounds (6-5) in overtime on day two of the East Region Classic hosted by Philadelphia University.
Bloomsburg 87, Chestnut Hill 86 - Larry Webster's last-second tip-in gave the Huskies (9-2) the win over the host Griffins (10-5). Dontahe Jordan's 25 points led Bloomsburg. Mark DiRugeris Jr. scored 19 to lead Chestnut Hill.
Philadelphia University 68, Stonehill 63 - Jim Connolly led all scorers with 28 points and the Rams (7-4) held off the Skyhawks (8-3).
Brooklyn College 70, Rutgers-Camden 64 - The Raptors fell to 2-7 in a home loss to the visiting Bridges (7-2).
Skidmore 67, Ursinus 46 - The Bears (3-9) ended their two-game run at the 2011 D3Hoops.com Classic in Las Vegas by falling to the Thoroughbreds (6-2). Pat Vasturia led Ursinus with 10 points.
Richard Stockton 59, Albright 58 - The Ospreys (6-5) captured the Albright Tournament title, led by Richard Suhr with 13 points and Kevin Johnson with 12. The host Lions fell to 7-3.