Wednesday’s College Basketball Games 2/19/14

02/18/2014 6:14 PM

02/19/2014 12:50 AM

Coastal Carolina (16-10, 9-3) at Winthrop (14-11, 7-5)

7 p.m., Winthrop Coliseum

The Eagles will face the Big South frontrunners for the second time this season, with momentum on the Chanticleers’ side. Since a 73-72 overtime loss to Winthrop on Jan. 18, Coastal Carolina has won seven of its past eight games, including its past three. Winthrop saw its four-game winning streak end with an 84-64 loss to Charleston Southern on Saturday. Bill Kiser

Winston-Salem State (15-9, 10-4) at Johnson C. Smith (14-10, 6-8)

7:30 p.m., Brayboy Gymnasium

The Golden Bulls get a home CIAA rematch against the Rams in the final week of the regular season, with seeding in the conference tournament on the line. J.C. Smith snapped a four-game losing streak by beating St. Augustine’s on Monday. Winston-Salem State has won three straight and four of its past five games, beginning with an 81-69 victory against the Golden Bulls on Jan. 30. B.K.

Queens (12-10, 10-8) at Newberry (15-7, 11-7)

8 p.m., Eleazer Arena

The Royals head into the final two weeks of their South Atlantic Conference season with some momentum, having won four of their past five games. The Wolves have not put together back-to-back conference wins since mid-January, when they won four straight. Newberry beat Queens 102-85 on Jan. 30. B.K.

South Carolina (10-15, 3-9) at Arkansas (15-9, 4-7)

9 p.m., Bud Walton Arena

The Gamecocks are riding their first SEC winning streak in more than three years. South Carolina has won two straight league games, which they last accomplished by beating Florida and Arkansas on Jan. 15-19, 2011. This winning streak came from home wins against Vanderbilt and Alabama. The Razorbacks have won three of their past four games. B.K.

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