The No. 2 seeded Colonials (17-11) defeated No. 4 seeded Wagner (14-17) 8–5 in Anapolis, Md. to secure the MAWPC title.
Although the Colonials play only about seven men deep, seven different players have scored at least nine points in a game.
The Colonials (2-1) defeated Hampton (1-3) by eight points Saturday afternoon at the Smith Center behind 27 combined points from Patrick Steeves and Jair Bolden.
The Seminoles defeated the Colonials 87-67, shooting 55.9 percent from the field and scoring 52 points in the paint.
The Colonials (1-0) head to Tallahassee for their first road game against the Seminoles Tuesday night.
The University responded to an EEOC lawsuit alleging Equal Pay Act and Title VII violations by filing a motion to dismiss last week.
The Colonials took home their first win of the season Friday night with a 84–75 victory over the Bison.
The Colonials begin their season at the Smith Center Friday with a 7:30 p.m. contest against Howard.
Head coach Maurice Joseph said the team’s success this year may come down to what they are able to do on the defensive side.
After notable freshman campaigns, second year players Jair Bolden and Arnaldo Toro said they are trying to further improve their games this year.