The Keydets (3-4) had their entire roster of 15 players score against the smaller Mustangs (1-8) who play in the USCAA. Twelve Keydets scored six points or better with Armani Branch hitting 14 and Phillip Anglade 12.
After a 2-2 tie inside the first minute, the Keydets took off like a train leaving the station, chugging ahead 11-2 two minutes later, then 30-10 in another few minutes ending up 76-34 at halftime. VMI led by as many as 73 in the second half.
The Keydets dominated the stats, outscoring the Mustangs 78-22 in the paint and 31-6 on second-chance points. Those go with a 70-44 edge in rebounds. VMI launched 105 shots and made 54.
Mid-Atlantic Christian shot just 28 percent, led by Marquice Sims' 17.