Seahawks drop 3rd straight after falling to No. 23 Furman

Seahawks drop 3rd straight after falling to No. 23 Furman
UNCW finished with 15 turnovers in the contest throughout the game and was the largest loss in the McGrath Era, surpassing last season’s 100-63 loss to North Dakota State.

GREENVILLE, South Carolina – Senior forward Devontae Cacok scored 11 points for the Seahawks, who bucketed their fewest points in the C.B. McGrath era, in the loss against No. 23 Furman 93-50 early Saturday at Timmons Arena.

This was UNCW’s second of four consecutive road games before the Christmas holiday, and stand at 4-7 in the 2018-19 season.

The Seahawks shot 35 percent on the day on 21-of-60 field goal attempts.

UNCW finished with 15 turnovers in the contest throughout the game and was the largest loss in the McGrath Era, surpassing last season’s 100-63 loss to North Dakota State in the Sun Bowl Invitational in El Paso, Texas.

UNCW returns to the Port City briefly before heading on a two-game road trip to Georgia State on Wednesday and Mercer on Friday to conclude the non-conference schedule.

UNCW’s next home appearance is Saturday, Dec. 29, when the College of Charleston visits Trask Coliseum for the CAA opener.

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