CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Zep Jasper scored 17 points with seven rebounds as College of Charleston returned from a two-week COVID-19-related pause to sweep Towson 66-53 on Sunday.

The Cougars, who also beat Towson in double-overtime on Saturday, had not played a weekend series since Jan. 16-17.

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Cameron Copeland added 14 points for College of Charleston (7-8, 5-3 Colonial Athletic Association). Payton Willis added 13 points. Lorenzo Edwards had three blocks.

Nicolas Timberlake had 13 points for the Tigers (3-12, 2-8), whose losing streak reached seven games. Zane Martin added 12 points. Charles Thompson had 11 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks. Martin had scored 34 points on Saturday.

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The Tigers were without brothers Solomon and Victor Uyaelunmo for a fourth straight game due to COVID-19 contact tracing protocols.

College of Charleston defeated Towson 90-88 on Saturday.
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