Morgan breaks records in 86-74 Cornell win over Towson
Morgan became the sixth player in Ivy League history to score at least 2,000 career points. The senior guard also set a school record for career free throws with 438, breaking Louis Jordan’s 60-year-old mark of 435, and is just five points shy of Ryan Whitman’s school-record 2,028 points.
Cornell trailed by as many as eight until Morgan hit three straight 3s amid a 14-2 run to close the first half and give the Big Red a 40-33 lead. Morgan hit three more 3’s during a 19-4 run and Cornell led by 22 early in the second half. Towson got no closer than 11 from there.
Tobias Howard led five Towson (5-12) players in double figures with 15 points.