Johnson's 19 points lead App State past Winston-Salem 91-64
BOONE, N.C. (AP) Isaac Johnson scored a career-high 19 points, Adria Delph had 18 points and five rebounds - both personal bests - and Appalachian State beat Division II-member Winston-Salem State 91-64 on Monday night.
William Crandell's layup with 8:42 left before halftime brought the Rams within 19-15 before Appalachian State (2-4) proceeded to outscore them 25-9 until intermission. Johnson threw down a dunk, Ronshad Shabazz made a 3-pointer and the Mountaineers were up 30-20. The Mountaineers shot 48.5 percent to 30.8 percent for Winston-Salem State.
Johnson's layup with 16:44 left made it 53-27 as App State emerged from the break on a 9-3 run. The Mountaineers finished shooting 33 of 68 (44 percent) to 21 of 57 (29) for Winston-Salem. Shabazz also contributed 10 points with five assists and the Mountaineers' bench combined to score 43.
Robert Colon led the Rams with 15 points and Jamel McAllister scored 10.
Updated November 26, 2018