WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- Brandon Britt led five players in double figures with 20 points and continued his hot-shooting streak in William & Mary's 75-63 win over Georgia State on Monday night.
Britt, who is averaging 19.5 points over the Tribe's last four games, hit 6 of 8 3-pointers and is shooting 66 percent (14 of 21) from deep in that span.
William & Mary (12-14, 6-9 Colonial Athletic Association) hit treys on its first three possessions en route to a 9-5 lead and pushed that advantage to as many as 16, 36-20, before going into the break ahead 38-27.
The Tribe shot 57.8 percent (26 of 45), including a season-high 12-of-18 shooting from deep, and dished out 18 assists for the second straight game.
R.J. Hunter had 15 points for Georgia State (14-15, 9-7).
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