The North Carolina Central University men’s basketball team took care of business on the road, defeating Coastal Carolina University 70-58. Sunday’s victory over the Chanticleers was the first in program history in seven attempts for the Eagles. NCCU was in control to start, with Coastal Carolina only leading one minute into the game. The score quickly changed as the Eagles regained the lead for over 18 minutes of the first half. Double-figure scoring from sophomore Po’Boigh King and senior Fred Cleveland Jr. helped spark a 10-0 run to build up NCCU’s lead. King led with 13 points in the first half on 6-of-8 shooting, and Cleveland scored 10 points in the first 20 minutes, missing only one shot.  (READ MORE)(SOURCE: HBCUSPORTS.COM)