WILLIAMSBURG — The glass-half-full take was that William and Mary scored 100 points and didn't play particularly well in the second half versus Hofstra.
Or, that the Tribe won by 21 in a conference game without starting forward Sean Sheldon, sidelined with a foot injury. Or, that W&M hit triple figures in a game when sharpshooters Marcus Thornton and Omar Prewitt were a combined 2-for-11 from 3-point range.
All in all, it adds up to a fairly full glass, as the Tribe ran away from Hofstra 100-79 Wednesday at Kaplan Arena in a game between Colonial Athletic Association contenders and remained tied for first.
"I think early in the season, people saw us as a...