Forward Ronald Roberts Jr. had 20points to lead four players in double figures as Saint Joseph's beat host Loyola Maryland, 88-77, on Saturday.
Reserve forward Isaiah Miles (Milford Mill) added 17 points, guard Chris Wilson had 17 points and three assists, and guard Langston Galloway scored 14.
Loyola (5-5) was paced by guard Dylon Cormier (Cardinal Gibbons), who had 27 points and 11 rebounds.
The Hawks (6-4) led 60-24 before the Greyhounds came back and made the score look respectable in the second half.
Saint Joseph's made 13 of its first 20 shots from the field and led 50-21 late in the first half on a basket by Roberts.
The Hawks led 60-24 at halftime by shooting 64.5 percent from the field.
Cormier entered the game as one of the top scorers in the country, at 23.8 points per game.
Gamecocks guard Darion Rackley scored a game-high 20 points.
Forwards Michael Murray and Arnold Fripp and guard Taariq Cephas all had 13 points for the Eagles (4-7), who lost their third game in a row. Cephas also had four assists, the seventh time this season he has had at least that many.
Coppin State led 29-27 at halftime, but Jacksonville State (6-9) had the game tied at 34 within the first four minutes of the second half.
North Dakota State 90, Towson 82: Marshall Bjorkland and Taylor Braun combined for 56 points to lead the host Bison past the Tigers.
Their work overcame a big effort from Towson's Jerrelle Benimon, who came within three points of his career high with a game-high 29 points.
Towson (7-6) had three other players in double figures. Guard Four McGlynn scored 16 points and forward Timajh Parker-Rivera added 11. Guard Mike Burwell got all of his 12 points in the second half.
North Dakota State (9-4) went on a late surge for a 35-32 lead at halftime, and was still up 68-58 a little more than three minutes later before Towson began whittling away.
Towson managed to get it to a six-point game with 1:03 left but could draw no closer in the final minute.
Northern Kentucky 72, Navy 65: The visiting Midshipmen couldn't hold a lead in the second half and fell to the Norse.
Northern Kentucky (4-7) trailed by as many as seven points in the second half but took a 61-60 lead on a 3-pointer by guard Todd Johnson with 4:43 to play.
After Navy went back ahead on two free throws by guard Brandon Venturini, Northern Kentucky scored the next five points to jump back on top at 66-62.
Forward Worth Smith brought the Mids (5-5) back within one by making a 3-pointer, but Norse guard Tyler White answered with a 3-pointer of his own with the shot clock expiring.