HAMPTON, Va. (AP) — Trevond Barnes matched his career high with 18 points, led five Pirates into double figures and Hampton ended its nonconference slate with a 94-69 win over Division II Coker College on Friday night.

Hampton went deep into its bench against the Cobras, with 15 players getting time and 10 scoring. Charles Wilson-Fisher and freshman Lysander Bracey each scored season-highs with 12 points coming off the bench for the Pirates (3-10), who had lost four straight.

Lawrence Cooks, the lone returning starter from last season's NCAA Tournament-qualifying team, scored eight points, Jermaine Marrow and Kalin Fisher scored 10 apiece, but aside from Barnes none of the starters made more than three field goals and Hampton shot 44 percent (32-72).

Wilson-Fisher grabbed eight rebounds as the Pirates owned a 43-31 edge in rebounding.

JaQuez Motley and Jalal Abdul-Azeez led the Cobras (5-6) with 16 and 13 points, respectively.