Carter’s 20 point spark James Madison past Georgia State, 70-60
HARRISONBURG, Va. (AP)—Terrance Carter scored 20 points and Juwann James had 16 Saturday as James Madison beat Georgia State 70-60.
The Dukes (13-16, 5-13 Colonial Athletic Association) led 27-26 at halftime and shot nearly 58 percent over the final 20 minutes. The Dukes also outscored the visitors 30-12 at the free throw line, attempting 39 free throws while the Panthers tried 20.
Trae Goldston and Leonard Mendez scored 15 each for the Panthers (9-20, 5-13).
Kyle Swanston added 11 points and eight rebounds and Pierre Curtis scored 10 for James Madison, which is playing its final games under coach Dean Keener.
Kenner announced on Feb. 22 that he is resigning after this season.