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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action yesterday went 2-2.

Tulane made a big push in the 2nd half but came up short against Georgia State losing 76-80. Kevin Zhang led the Wave with 23 points and Caleb Daniels also had a nice game with 17 points in the loss. Tulane falls to 2-4 this season.

ULL was able to edge UNO winning 77-73 in OT. The Cajuns had five players in double digit scoring led by JaKeenan Gant, Malik Marquetti and PJ Hardy who all scored 12 points in the game. Gerrale Gates led the Privateers with 17 points and Damion Rosser & Bryson Robinson chipped in with 13 & 11 respectively. The Cajuns improve to 4-3 this season while the Privateers drop to 3-3.

Nicholls beat Spring Hill 85-65. The Colonels had four players in double digit scoring led by Jeremiah Jefferson with 21 points and Kevin Johnson who scored 17 points in the win. Nicholls gets to 5-4 this year.


Below is the schedule for tonight. Only one team in action.

Thursday, November 29th
McNeese @ SMU – 7pm (ESPN+)


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burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
McNeese was the only team in action last night and they lost at SMU 59-91. James Harvey and Roydell Brown were the only Cowboy players to reach double figure scoring with 16 and 13 points respectively. McNeese drops to 2-4 on the season.

There are no games tonight but we have a lot of action tomorrow including in state match ups in Baton Rouge, New Orleans and Lafayette. Below is the schedule for Saturday. Good luck to all teams.

Saturday, December 1st
LSU vs Grambling – 4pm (SECN+)
Tulane vs Southeastern – 3:30pm (Cox Sports/WatchESPN)
Louisiana Tech vs Houston Baptist – 4pm
ULL vs Southern – 7pm (ESPN+)
ULM @ Ole Miss – 1pm (SECN)
McNeese @ NC Central – 3pm
Northwestern State @ UTEP – 8pm


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action this weekend were 4-6 overall.

LSU beat Grambling 78-57. LSU was led by Tremont Waters, Darius Days and Skylar Mays who scored 15, 13 & 10 points respectively in the win. Grambling only had one player reach double digit points and that was Anthony Gaston who scored 12. LSU improves to 6-2 this season while Grambling drops to 3-4.

Southeastern edged out Tulane winning 62-61. Marlain Veal hit the big shot to give the Lions the win and he ended up scoring 22 points in the game. Moses Greenwood also contributed for the Lions with 11 points. The Wave got 18 points from Jordan Cornish and 14 points from Caleb Daniels in the loss. Southeastern gets back to .500 at 4-4 this year while Tulane falls to 2-5.

Louisiana Tech topped Houston Baptist 85-78. It was a very balanced attack for the Bulldogs as 6 players reached double figure scoring led by Anthony Duruji who had 15 points & 11 rebounds in the win. Louisiana Tech improves to 5-3 on the year.

ULL defeated Southern 88-78. The Cajuns had 4 players reach double figures led by Malik Marquetti who scored 20 and JaKeenan Gant who scored 19 and also had 10 blocks in the game. Southern was led by Richard Lee who scored 18 and Eddie Reese who scored 17 in the loss. ULL improves to 5-3 and Southern drops to 1-7.

ULM lost at Ole Miss 60-83. The Warhawks got nice efforts from Travis Munnings who score 17 and JD Williams who scored 12 points in the loss. ULM falls to 3-4 overall.

McNeese lost in the final seconds to NC Central by a score of 66-67. Shamarkus Kennedy led the Cowboys with 22 points and 10 rebounds. The Cowboys also got 19 points from James Harvey and 10 points from Kevin Hunt but it wasn't enough. McNeese is now 2-5 this year.

Northwestern State had a rough one losing 47-77 at UTEP. The Demons failed to get a player into double digit scoring and were led by DeAndre Love who scored 8 points in the loss. Northwestern State drops to 2-6 on the season.

Records updated in OP.


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Below is the schedule for this week.

Monday, December 3rd
Northwestern State @ Texas A&M – 7pm (SECN)

Tuesday, December 4th
Louisiana Tech vs Prairie View A&M – 6:30pm
McNeese @ Mississippi State – 7pm (SECN+)
Grambling vs Centenary – 7:30pm

Wednesday, December 5th
Tulane vs UT-Martin – 7pm
ULL vs Loyola (NO) – 7pm (ESPN+)
UNO vs South Alabama – 7pm

Thursday, December 6th
NO GAMES

Friday, December 7th
Louisiana Tech @ Stephen F Austin – 6:30pm (ESPN+)
Southern @ South Dakota State – 7pm

Saturday, December 8th
Tulane @ South Alabama – 3pm (ESPN+)
Grambling @ UCF – 12pm (WatchESPN)

Sunday, December 9th
LSU vs Incarnate Word – 1pm (SECN)
Southern @ Iowa State – 5pm

Good luck to all teams this week.
This post was edited on 12/3 at 8:04 am


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
The only team in action last night was Northwestern State and they lost at Texas A&M 59-80. The Demons were led by Ishmael point who scored a team high 16 points and also got double digit efforts from CJ Jones who scored 13 and Darian Dixon who scored 10 in the loss. Northwestern State drops to 2-7 this season.

Three teams are in action tonight. See schedule below.

Tuesday, December 4th
Louisiana Tech vs Prairie View A&M – 6:30pm
McNeese @ #22 Mississippi State – 7pm (SECN+)
Grambling vs Centenary – 7:30pm


Standings and stats are updated in OP.


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action last night went 2-1.

Louisiana Tech beat Prairie View A&M 82-68. Dequan Bracey scored a game high 22 points for the Bulldogs who also got good contributions from Derric Jean, JaColby Pemberton and Oliver Powell who scored 17, 14 & 13 respectively. Louisiana Tech improves to 6-3 this season.

McNeese gave Mississippi State a good game but eventually fell 77-90. Malik Hines had a team high 24 points for the Cowboys who also got double digit scoring efforts from Jarren Greenwood (14), Will Robinson (12) and Shamarkus Kennedy (11). McNeese drops to 2-6 on the year.

Grambling cruised by Centenary 81-57. Tigers got a huge offensive night from Lasani Johnson who went for 30 points including 7 threes. Dallas Polk-Hilliard also had a nice night with 17 points in the win. Grambling is back at .500 on the season at 4-4.


We've got 3 more game tonight. See the schedule below.

Wednesday, December 5th
Tulane vs UT-Martin – 7pm
ULL vs Loyola (NO) – 7pm (ESPN+)
UNO vs South Alabama – 7pm

Records updated in the OP.


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Last night was a good one as all three teams in action got a win.

Tulane beat UT-Martin 87-74. Shakwon Barrett scored a game high 26 points for the Wave. Jordan Cornish with 17 points & 10 rebounds and Samir Sehic with 12 points & 11 rebounds both had double doubles in the win. Tulane improves to 3-5 on the season.

ULL didn't play great but it was still enough to get a 97-84 win over Loyola (NO). The Cajuns had 5 players reach double digit scoring including three players who had double doubles. JaKeenan Gant led the way with 21 points & 13 rounds, Justin Miller scored 13 & grabbed 10 rebounds and Marcus Stroman scored 10 points & dished out 11 assists. The Cajuns are now 6-3 this year.

UNO got a win over South Alabama 71-60. The Privateers got nice scoring efforts from Ezekiel Charles (18), Scott Plaisance (13), Damion Rosser (11) and Jorge Rosa (10). UNO gets above .500 for the year at 4-3.


The are no games tonight.


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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
There were no games last night so nothing to recap there. There are games everyday this weekend though. See schedule below.

Friday, December 7th
Louisiana Tech @ Stephen F Austin – 6:30pm (ESPN+)
Southern @ South Dakota State – 7pm

Saturday, December 8th
Tulane @ South Alabama – 3pm (ESPN+)
Grambling @ UCF – 12pm (WatchESPN)

Sunday, December 9th
LSU vs Incarnate Word – 1pm (SECN)
Southern @ Iowa State – 5pm

Good luck to all teams in action this weekend.


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Over the weekend teams in action went 2-4.

*Friday Results*

Louisiana Tech topped Stephen F. Austin 96-93 in OT. The Bulldogs were led by Dequan Bracey and Amorie Archibald who scored 20 & 18 points respectively. Anthony Duruji (17), Derric Jean (16) & JaColby Pemberton (15) also had double digit scoring efforts in the win. Louisiana Tech improves to 7-3 on the season.

Southern lost at South Dakota State 92-101. Th Jags had four players in double digit points including Sidney Umude (26), Richard Lee (24) and Eddie Reese (21) who all went for 20+ in the loss. Southern drops to 1-8.

*Saturday Results*

Tulane had a rough one at South Alabama losing 60-81. Caleb Daniels led the Wave with 23 points & 8 rebounds. Buay Koka with 11 & Jordan Cornish with 10 also hit double figures in the loss. Tulane falls to 3-6 overall.

It was also a rough one for Grambling as they fell at UCF 45-70. Dallas Polk-Hilliard was the only Tiger to reach double digit scoring with 11. Grambling drops below .500 at 4-5 on the season.

*Sunday Results*

LSU rolled past Incarnate Word 91-50. Naz Reid & Ja'vonte Smart led the Tigers with 16 points each. Good efforts were also turned in by Skylar Mays who scored 13 points and Kavell Bigby-Williams who had a double double with 14 points & 10 rebounds. LSU improves to 7-2 this season.

Southern lost at Iowa State 65-101. Richard Lee turned in his second twenty point effort of the weekend scoring 22 and the Jags also got double digit efforts from Sidney Umude with 13 and Bryan Assie & Brendon Brooks each had 10 in the loss. Southern is now 1-9 on the year.


There are no games tonight, but below is the schedule for the week. Good luck to everyone.

Monday, December 10th
NO GAMES

Tuesday, December 11th
Louisiana Tech vs Mississippi Valley State – 6:30pm
ULL vs Prairie View A&M – 7pm (ESPN+)
ULM vs Grambling – 7pm

Wednesday, December 12th
LSU @ Houston – 8pm (ESPN2)
Southeastern @ Ole Miss – 6:30pm (SECN+)
Northwestern State @ Texas Tech – 6:30pm (FSSW)

Thursday, December 13th
UNO @ Tulsa – 7pm (WatchESPN)
McNeese vs NC Central – 6:30pm

Friday, December 14th
NO GAMES

Saturday, December 15th
LSU vs Saint Mary’s – 10pm (ESPNU) (Neon Hoops Showcase, Las Vegas, NV)
ULL vs Louisiana Tech – 7pm (ESPN+)
ULM vs Stephen F. Austin – 2pm
Nicholls @ Boston University – 12pm (Patriot League Network)
McNeese @ UMKC – 6pm
Northwestern State vs Southern – 8pm (Shreveport-Bossier Holiday Classic, Shreveport, LA)
Grambling @ University of Portland – 9pm

Sunday, December 16th
NO GAMES

Records are updated in OP.


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
There were no games last night so nothing to recap there. We have 4 teams in action tonight including an in state matchup in Monroe. Schedule below.


Tuesday, December 11th
Louisiana Tech vs Mississippi Valley State – 6:30pm
ULL vs Prairie View A&M – 7pm (ESPN+)
ULM vs Grambling – 7pm


RPIs/Net Rankings/Stats updated in OP.


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action last night went 3-1.

Louisiana Tech beat Mississippi Valley State 96-80. The Bulldogs had six players reach double figure scoring including a 24 point effort from Dequan Bracey and 22 points from Oliver Powell. JaColby Pemberton added a double double with 13 points & 13 rebounds in the win. Louisiana Tech improves to 8-3 this year.

ULL rolled by Prairie View A&M winning 122-90. The Cajuns had four players reach double digits in the scoring column led by JaKeenan Gant and Jerekius Davis who both scored 27 points. Marcus Stroman also had a nice contribution with 18 points & 11 assists in the win. The Cajuns are now 7-3 on the season.

In an in state match up, ULM topped Grambling 72-67. The Warhawks were led by Daishon Smith who led the way with 19 points. Other double figure scorers for the Warhawks were Travis Munnings (16), Michael Ertel (11) and JD Williams (11). Dallas Polk-Hillard had a double double for the Tigers with 18 points & 11 rebounds. The Tigers also got 12 points from both Ivy Smith, Jr. and Devante Jackson in the loss. ULM gets back to .500 on the year at 4-4. Grambling drops 4-6 this season.


Below is the schedule for tonight. Three games involving state schools.

Wednesday, December 12th
LSU @ Houston – 8pm (ESPN2)
Southeastern @ Ole Miss – 6:30pm (SECN+)
Northwestern State @ Texas Tech – 6:30pm (FSSW)


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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
LA Tech has already lost two starters for what looks like the season according to the rumor mill. What looked like a promising season after the Wichita and LSU games is going to end up being pretty rough.

Super disappointing to have this happen a second season in a row. I didn't think it could be worse than last season on the injury front but here we are.


burdman
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That's a bummer. Who'd they lose?



msutiger
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Lone senior Derric Jean and sophomore Exavian Christon

Potentially both could be back before the end of the season but it didnt sound probable on the radio show postgame.

LA Tech is down to four guards on the roster. Jacolby Pemberton (who played 10 minutes in the opener against Wichita State) logged 35 minutes last night.


ETA: Both are team captains, we only have one team captain left
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Last night was a rough one as teams in action went 0-3.

LSU struggled in the second half and ended up losing at Houston 76-82. The Tigers had four double figure scores in the game led by Ja'vonte Smart's 18 points. Naz Reid (13), Marlon Taylor (11) and Tremont Waters (10) were the other Tigers to reach double digits in the loss. LSU drops to 7-3 this season.

Southeastern got down early at Ole Miss and could never get back in it losing 47-69. The Lions got a 20 point effort from Moses Greenwood but he was the only player to reach double figures on the night. Southeastern goes below .500 on the year at 4-5.

Northwestern State had a really rough night at Texas Tech losing 44-79. DeAndre Love was the only Demon player to reach double digits in the scoring column as he scored 11 points in the loss. Northwestern State is now 2-8.


We have 2 games involving state schools tonight. Schedule below.

Thursday, December 13th
UNO @ Tulsa – 7pm (WatchESPN)
McNeese vs NC Central – 6:30pm


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action last night went 1-1.

UNO lost at Tulsa 60-70. Troy Green with 19 points was the big scorer for the Privateers who also got an 11 point effort from Bryson Robinson in the loss. UNO drops to 4-4 this season.

McNeese got a win over NC Central 77-61. The Cowboys were led by James Harvey who scored 19 points and Roydell Brown who had 12 points & 11 rebounds. Malik Hines and Will Robinson also reached double figure scoring with 15 and 10 points respectively. McNeese improves to 3-6 on the year.


There are no games tonight but a lot of action tomorrow including in state match ups in Lafayette and Shreveport. Schedule below.

Saturday, December 15th
LSU vs Saint Mary’s – 10pm (ESPNU) (Neon Hoops Showcase, Las Vegas, NV)
ULL vs Louisiana Tech – 7pm (ESPN+)
ULM vs Stephen F. Austin – 2pm
Nicholls @ Boston University – 12pm (Patriot League Network)
McNeese @ UMKC – 6pm
Northwestern State vs Southern – 8pm (Shreveport-Bossier Holiday Classic, Shreveport, LA)
Grambling @ University of Portland – 9pm

Good luck to all teams in action this weekend.
This post was edited on 12/14 at 8:00 am


burdman
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Teams in action this weekend went 5-4.

LSU topped St. Mary's 78-74. The Tigers had four players reach double digit points including Tremont Waters with 18, Emmitt Williams with 15 and Skylar Mays & Naz Reid who each scored 14 in the win. LSU improves to 8-3 this season.

Louisiana Tech pulled away from ULL in the second half winning 83-62. Dequan Bracey with 16 points led the Bulldogs who also got nice scoring efforts from Anthony Duruji (15), JaColby Pemberton (14) and Amorie Archibald (13). The Cajuns got 22 points from Malik Marquetti, 19 from Marcus Stroman and 11 from Jerekius Davis in the loss. Louisiana Tech goes to 9-3 on the year while the Cajuns drop to 7-4.

ULM beat Stephen F. Austin 74-58. Michael Ertel led the way for the Warhawks with 21 points. JD Williams and Daishon Smith also had good scoring efforts with 19 & 14 points respectively. ULM is now above .500 at 5-4 overall.

Nicholls lost at Boston University 63-75. The Colonels were led by Jeremiah Jefferson who scored 21 points in the game. Gavin Peppers & Elvis Harvey each had 13 points in the loss. Nicholls falls back to 5-5 this year.

McNeese lost at UMKC 67-80. The Cowboys were led by Shamarkus Kennedy's 14 points and Roydell Brown who had another double double with 10 points & 11 rebounds. James Harvey and Kevin Hunt also reached double figures with 12 & 10 points respectively in the loss. McNeese drops to 3-7 on the season.

Northwestern State edged Southern 69-66. The Demons were led by LaTerrance Reed, CJ Jones and Darian Dixon who score 17, 15 & 10 in the win. Sidney Umude led the Jags with a 18 point, 13 rebound effort. Eddie Reese with 18 and Richard Lee with 15 also reach double figure scoring in the loss. Northwestern State is now 3-8 this season while Southern falls to 1-10.

Grambling beat the University of Portland 70-58. Ivy Smith, Jr. (13), Dallas Polk-Hilliard (12), Lasani Johnson (11) and Zavier Peart (10) all reached double digit scoring for the Tigers in the win. Grambling improves to 5-6 on the year.

Records, RPIs, Net Rankings updated in OP.


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Below is the schedule for this week. We have 2 games involving state schools tonight.

Monday, December 17th
Tulane vs Texas Southern – 7pm (WatchESPN)
Southeastern vs California Baptist – 7:30pm

Tuesday, December 18th
McNeese vs ULL – 6:30pm (Cox Sports)
ULM vs Nicholls – 7pm
Northwestern State vs Louisiana College – 6:30pm
UNO vs Williams Baptist – 7pm

Wednesday, December 19th
Grambling vs Southeastern – 7:30pm
Southern vs California Baptist – 2pm

Thursday, December 20th
UNO @ Pittsburgh – 6pm (ACCN Extra)

Friday, December 21st
LSU vs Furman – 7pm (SECN+)
Tulane vs Towson – 4pm (Boardwalk Battle, Atlantic City, NJ)
ULM vs Coppin State – 7pm

Saturday, December 22nd
Tulane vs La Salle/Alabama A&M – TBD (Boardwalk Battle, Atlantic City, NJ)
Louisiana Tech vs Texas A&M – CC – 4pm
Southeastern @ Bradley University – 1pm (ESPN+)
Nicholls vs University of Mobile – 2pm
McNeese @ UTPA – 7pm
Grambling @ Wisconsin – 11am (Big Ten Network)

Sunday, December 23rd
NO GAMES


Good luck to all teams this week.


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action last night went 1-1.

Tulane beat Texas Southern 77-70. The Wave got big nights from Samir Sehic who scored 28 points & grabbed 11 rebounds and Caleb Daniels who scored 21 points. Connor Crabtree also reached double figure scoring with 11 points in the win. Tulane improves to 4-6 on the season.

Southeastern had a rough night losing 52-73 to California Baptist. Marlain Veal and Moses Greenwood were the only Lions in double digits with 19 & 11 points respectively. Southeastern drops to 4-6 this year.


There are 4 games involving state schools tonight including in state match ups in Lake Charles and Monroe. Schedule below.

Tuesday, December 18th
McNeese vs ULL – 6:30pm (Cox Sports)
ULM vs Nicholls – 7pm
Northwestern State vs Louisiana College – 6:30pm
UNO vs Williams Baptist – 7pm


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