Drew Edwards registered 16 points as Charlotte beat cross-county rival Davidson 71-58 on Tuesday night in the annual Battle for the Hornet's Nest game.
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- 11/6L 79-74
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Matt Lewis scored 22 points, Deshon Parker added 17, and James Madison narrowly beat Charlotte 79-74 in a season opener on Wednesday night.
- UVa assistant hired as Charlotte head coach
- New Charlotte AD's goal: Find basketball coach
- Charlotte hires Hill to serve as new AD
- Ex-NBA All-Star Price fired as Charlotte coach
Jon Davis had 28 points as Charlotte topped Rice 78-70 on Saturday night.
Drew Peterson posted 15 points on perfect 6-for-6 shooting, including three 3-pointers, as Rice beat Charlotte 79-70 on Wednesday night.
Jon Davis had 21 points as Charlotte got past UTEP 68-58 on Sunday.
Antonio Green had 21 points as Middle Tennessee got past Charlotte 86-67 on Saturday. Donovan Sims added 20 points for the Blue Raiders.
Ahmad Caver had 20 points as Old Dominion topped Charlotte 73-60 on Saturday.
Jon Davis had 29 points as Charlotte topped UAB 69-62 on Saturday night.
Antonio Green drained seven from deep to total 21 points as Middle Tennessee dominated the second half to beat Charlotte 71-53 on Thursday night.
Ryan Woolridge stole the ball and flew for a fast-break layup to spark a 6-2 finish and North Texas turned back Charlotte 73-66 Saturday.
Ako Adams scored 16 points, including a pair of clutch free throws with seven seconds left and Rice edged Charlotte 65-61 Thursday night, just the second win on the road this season for the Owls.
Evan Gilyard scored 13 points, Nigel Hawkins had 12 points and eight rebounds, and UTEP beat Charlotte 57-53 on Saturday night to snap a three-game skid.
Jhivvan Jackson had 28 points as UTSA won its seventh consecutive home game, easily beating Charlotte 88-43 on Thursday night.
B.J. Stith scored 22 points, Ahmad Caver added 20 and Old Dominion beat Charlotte 76-70 on Monday for the Monarchs' fourth straight win.
Tyree Griffin had 10 points with six assists and hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with six seconds remaining and Southern Mississippi defeated Charlotte 63-60 on Thursday night.
The Charlotte 49ers have hired Virginia associate head coach Ron Sanchez as their new coach.
New Charlotte AD Mike Hill will not be removing the interim tag from basketball coach Houston Fancher and instead will be making a new hire for the position.
Charlotte has named Mike Hill as its next athletic director. Hill currently serves as an executive associate athletics director for external affairs at Florida and will begin his work with the 49ers on March 15.
Charlotte has fired former NBA standout Mark Price after he went 30-42 in two-plus seasons at the school.
Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting
6'10" Filip Petrusev who plays at Montvetede Academy was very impressive this past weekend. He told ESPN that he made official visits to Charlotte, and Tennessee. He is considering visits to Virginia, Gonzaga, Utah and Creighton. The skilled forward scores on the block with back to the basket moves and shows ranged to the 3pt line. What really makes him special is his passing vision and willingness to keep the ball moving or make the assist.
C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer
Wake Forest's Keyshawn Woods with rare feat of shooting 54% FG & 51% 3ptFG this season. Charlotte coach Mark Price has to shake his head knowing that Woods and Torin Dorn, averaging 15.5 ppg at NC State, could have been his starting backcourt. Both transferred from Charlotte when Alan Major stepped down.
Former NBA star Mark Price remains committed to Charlotte and is not interested in the coaching vacancy at Georgia Tech -- his alma mater.