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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Anyone been to McNeese’s new building? It looks really nice


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burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Last night was a good one overall as teams in action went 3-1.

UNO defeated Stephen F. Austin 68-61. The Privateers were led by Troy Green who scored 15 points. Ezekiel Charles with 12 points and Gerrale Gates with 11 points also had double figure efforts in the win. UNO goes to 9-7 overall and 4-1 in the Southland.

McNeese beat Nicholls 86-75. The Cowboys had five players reach double figures led by Roydell Brown's 25 point, 12 rebound performance. Good contributions were also turned in by James Harvey and Kevin Hunt who each scored 15, Malik Hines who scored 13 and Trey Touchet who scored 10 in the win. The Colonels got 20 points from Gavin Peppers and 16 points from both Kevin Johnson & Jeremiah Jefferson but it wasn't enough. McNeese improves to 6-12 on the year and 2-3 in SLC play while Nicholls drops to 10-8 and 3-2.

Southeastern picked up their first Southland win beating Lamar 76-69. The Lions had four players reach double digit scoring with Marlain Veal leading the way with 22 points. Moses Greenwood, Keith Charleston and Brandon Gonzalez rounded out that group with 16, 12 & 11 points respectively in the win. Southeastern is now 5-12 this season and 1-3 in conference.



There's only one game tonight and that's Louisiana Tech traveling to face Old Dominion at 6pm. Game is available on ESPN+.


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Louisiana Tech dropped a close one at Old Dominion last night losing 63-64. Amorie Archibald and Anthony Duruji were the high scorers for the Bulldogs with 16 points each and Dequan Bracey chipped in with 14 in the loss. Louisiana Tech drops to 13-6 this season and 3-3 in CUSA.



There are no games tonight, but every state school is in action this weekend. See schedule below.

Friday, January 18th
NO GAMES

Saturday, January 19th
LSU vs South Carolina – 5pm (SECN)
Tulane @ UConn – 6:30pm (CBSS)
Louisiana Tech @ Charlotte – 3pm
ULM vs ULL – 2pm (ESPN+)
Nicholls @ Central Arkansas – 4pm
McNeese vs Southeastern – 3pm (Eleven Sports)
UNO @ Texas A&M-CC – 5pm (WatchESPN)
Northwestern State @ Abilene Christian – 6pm
Grambling @ Texas Southern – 5pm
Southern vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff – 5:30pm

Sunday, January 20th
NO GAMES


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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Tulane game is moved up to 1 PM due to heavy snow forecasted in the area. Going to take the L five hours early


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burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Over the weekend teams went 5-7.

LSU handled South Carolina 89-67. It was a very balanced effort by the Tigers as six different players reached double figures led by double doubles from Emmitt Williams who scored 15 and grabbed 13 rebounds and Kavell Bigby-Williams who had 12 points & 11 rebounds. Naz Reid (15), Tremont Waters (12), Ja'vonte Smart (12) and Marlon Taylor (10) were the other double digit scorers in the win. LSU improves to 14-3 overall and 4-0 in SEC play.

Tulane lost at UConn 71-87. The Wave got 21 points from Caleb Daniels and 13 points from both Samir Sehic and Blake Paul in the loss. Tulane falls to 4-13 this season and 0-5 in the AAC.

Louisiana Tech lost a low scoring affair at Charlotte 40-55. Dequan Bracey was the high scorer for the Bulldogs with 13 points and Mubarak Muhammed was the only other double digit score with 10. Louisiana Tech drops to 13-7 this year and 3-4 in CUSA.

ULM held off ULL to win 99-95. Every starter for the Warhawks reach double figures. Daishon Smith (27), Michael Ertel (23), JD Williams (15), Andre Washington (12) & Travis Munnings (11) were the high scorers in the Warhawks win. The Cajuns got 31 points & 10 rebounds from JaKeenan Gant, 24 points from PJ Hardy, 13 points & 12 assists from Marcus Stroman and 14 points from Cedric Russell but it wasn't enough. ULM goes to 10-7 overall and 3-2 in Sun Belt play while ULL is now 11-7 and 2-3.

UNO fell 61-76 at Texas A&M-CC. The Privateers got 13 points from Ezekiel Charles and 12 points from Damion Rosser in the loss. UNO falls to 9-8 this year and 4-2 in the Southland.

Nicholls came up short at Central Arkansas losing 68-74. Gavin Peppers had a big scoring night with 26 points and Jeremiah Jefferson and Elvis Harvey chipped in with 14 & 12 points respectively for the Colonels but it wasn't enough. Nicholls drops to 10-9 on the season and 3-3 in SLC play.

Southeastern held off McNeese to win 74-71. The Lions were led by Marlain Veal's 27 points, got 14 points from Moses Greenwood and 10 points each from Brandon Gonzalez & Von Julien in the win. Roydell Brown was the high scorer for the Cowboys with 24 points and Kevin Hunt scored 12 in the loss. Southeastern is now 6-12 and 2-3 in conference while McNeese is 6-13 and 2-4.

Northwestern State lost at Abilene Christian 69-78. LaTerrance Reed was the high scorer for the Demons with 16 points who also got 12 points each from Ishmael Lane (also 11 rebounds), Vonte Ott and Brian White. Northwestern falls to 7-11 this season and 2-3 in SLC play.

Grambling topped Texas Southern in OT winning 88-87. The Tigers got big nights from Ivy Smith, Jr., who scored a game high 24 points, and Axel Mpoyo who scored 17 points & grabbed 15 rebounds. Anthony Gaston and Devante Jackson both had solid contributions with 15 & 12 points respectively. Grambling goes to 9-9 this year and 3-2 in SWAC play.

Southern picked up their first conference win beating Arkansas-Pine Bluff 69-67. Sidney Umude was the only Jag to reach double figures with 22 points in the win. Southern is now 2-16 overall and 1-4 in conference.


There are two teams in action tonight. Schedule for tonight as well as the rest of the week below.

Monday, January 21st
Grambling @ Prairie View A&M – 7:30pm
Southern vs Mississippi Valley State – 7:30pm

Tuesday, January 22nd
NO GAMES

Wednesday, January 23rd
LSU vs Georgia – 6pm (SECN)
Tulane vs UCF – 7pm (WatchESPN)
Nicholls @ Texas A&M-CC – 7pm (KDF CC)
Northwestern State vs Sam Houston State – 6:30pm
Southeastern @ Houston Baptist – 7pm
UNO @ Central Arkansas – 7pm

Thursday, January 24th
Louisiana Tech vs Marshall – 8pm
ULL vs South Alabama – 7pm (ESPN+)
ULM vs Troy – 7pm (ESPN+)

Friday, January 25th
NO GAMES

Saturday, January 26th
LSU @ Missouri – 5pm (SECN)
Tulane @ SMU – 5pm (ESPNU)
Louisiana Tech vs Western Kentucky – 4pm (CUSA TV)
ULL vs Troy – 7pm (ESPN+)
ULM vs South Alabama – 2pm (ESPN+)
McNeese vs Houston Baptist – 3pm (ESPN+)
Northwestern State vs Southeastern – 3pm
UNO @ Incarnate Word – 3pm
Grambling vs Jackson State – 5pm
Southern @ Alabama A&M – 7:30pm

Sunday, January 27th
NO GAMES

All records, standings, etc are updated in OP. Will update player & team stats at some point today hopefully.


msutiger
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
I’m ready for baseball season


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

Grambling lost at Prairie View A&M 66-83. Ivy Smith, Jr. was the leading scorer for the Tigers with 17 points. Axel Mpoyo had a double double with 10 points & 11 rebounds and Dallas Polk-Hillard and Travon Bunch each scored 10 in the loss. Grambling drops to 9-10 this season and 3-3 in SWAC play.

Southern won their second straight game beating Mississippi Valley State 80-56. Hassan Hussein, Jayden Saddler and Aaron Ray all reached double figures for the Jags with 18, 14 & 12 points respectively. Southern is now 3-16 overall and 2-4 in conference.


There are no games involving state schools tonight.

Records, standings, player & team stats all updated in OP.


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action were 2-4 last night.

LSU beat Georgia 92-82. Tremont Waters and Skylar Mays both scored over 20 points for the Tigers with 26 & 20 points respectively. Naz Reid scored 15 and Ja'vonte Smart chipped in with 10 points in the win. LSU is now 15-3 this season and remains undefeated in SEC play at 5-0.

Tulane had a rough one losing 50-75 to UCF. Samir Sehic scored 12 and Kevin Zhang scored 11 as they were the only Wave players to reach double figures in the loss. Tulane falls to 4-14 overall and 0-6 in the AAC.

UNO lost at Central Arkansas 71-76. The Privateers got a 28 point night from Bryson Robinson and 13 points from Troy Green but came up short. UNO drops to 9-9 this year and 4-3 in Southland play.

Southeastern won their third game in a row edging Houston Baptist 70-67. Marlain Veal led the Lions with 26 points and Moses Greenwood scored 15 in the win. Southeastern is now 7-12 and back to .500 at 3-3 in conference.

Nicholls couldn't quite finish off Texas A&M-CC losing a tough one on the road 73-75. Gavin Peppers with 16 points, Danny Garrick with 15 points and Jeremiah Jefferson with 10 points were the double figure scorers for the Colonels. Nicholls drops to 10-10 overall and 3-4 in the SLC.

Northwestern State lost to Sam Houston State 64-78. Ishmael Lane had a huge game for the Demons scoring 19 points and grabbing 19 rebounds. LaTerrance Reed and DeAndre Love also scored double figures with 12 & 11 points respectively but it wasn't enough. Northwestern State falls to 7-12 this season and 2-4 in conference.


There are three teams in action tonight. Schedule below.

Thursday, January 24th
Louisiana Tech vs Marshall – 8pm (CBSS)
ULL vs South Alabama – 7pm (ESPN+)
ULM vs Troy – 7pm (ESPN+)


ProfFrink
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Really surprised SFA is struggling this bad,

LA Southland teams are average at best this year.


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burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action last night were a perfect 3-0.

Louisiana Tech outlasted Marshall winning 89-80 in OT. The Bulldogs were led by Dequan Bracey's 25 points and JaColby Pemberton's 18 point, 11 rebound performance. Good efforts were also turned in by Anthony Duruji who scored 18 and Ra'Shawn Langston who scored 12 in the win. Louisiana Tech is now 14-7 overall and 4-4 in CUSA.

ULM beat Troy 75-69. Michael Ertel and Travis Munnings each scored 16 points for the Warhawks and Daishon Smith scored 15 points in the win. ULM goes to 11-7 this year and 4-2 in Sun Belt play.

ULL topped South Alabama 88-84. JaKeenan Gant (28), PJ Hardy (18), Jerekius Davis (17) and Cedric Russell (15) all reached double figure scoring for the Cajuns. ULL improves to 12-7 this season and get back to .500 at 3-3 in the SBC.



There are no games tonight involving state schools. Every school besides Nicholls will be in action tomorrow. See schedule below.

Friday, January 25th
NO GAMES

Saturday, January 26th
LSU @ Missouri – 5pm (SECN)
Tulane @ SMU – 5pm (ESPNU)
Louisiana Tech vs Western Kentucky – 4pm (CUSA TV)
ULL vs Troy – 7pm (ESPN+)
ULM vs South Alabama – 2pm (ESPN+)
McNeese vs Houston Baptist – 3pm (ESPN+)
Northwestern State vs Southeastern – 3pm
UNO @ Incarnate Word – 3pm
Grambling vs Jackson State – 5pm
Southern @ Alabama A&M – 7:30pm

Sunday, January 27th
NO GAMES

Good luck to all teams this weekend.


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams went 6-5 this weekend.

LSU made an incredible comeback to top Mizzou 86-80 in OT. Skylar Mays was the leading scorer for the Tigers with 24 points. The other double digit scorers were Ja'vonte Smart and Naz Reid who each scored 14 and Tremont Waters who scored 13. LSU moves to 16-3 overall and remains undefeated in SEC play at 6-0.

Tulane lost 75-85 at SMU. Five players reached double figures for the Wave led by Jordan Cornish's 17 points & 12 points from Caleb Daniels. Samir Sehic (10 rebounds), Moses Wood & Blake Paul all scored 10 points but it wasn't enough. Tulane is now 4-15 this year and 0-7 in the AAC.

Louisiana Tech beat Western Kentucky 62-50. The Bulldogs were led by Dequan Bracey and Ra'Shawn Langston who scored 17 & 15 points respectively in the win. Louisiana Tech improves to 15-7 this season and 5-4 in CUSA.

ULM lost to South Alabama 72-78. Double figure scorers for the Warhawks were Daishon Smith with 19, Travis Munnings with 15 and Brandon Newman with 10. ULM drops to 11-8 and 4-3 in Sun Belt play.

ULL beat Troy 86-81. The Cajuns got 21 points from Marcus Stroman, 21 points & 10 rebounds from JaKeenan Gant, 14 points from Jerekius Davis and 13 points from PJ Hardy in the win. ULL goes to 13-7 on the year and 4-3 in the SBC.

UNO defeated Incarnate Word 61-52. The Privateers were led by Bryson Robinson, Damion Rosser and Ezekiel Charles who scored 19, 11 & 10 points respectively. UNO improves to 10-9 overall and 5-3 in Southland play.

Southeastern got a win over Northwestern State 69-53. The Lions got 21 points from Marlain Veal, 15 from Brandon Gonzalez and 10 points from both Moses Greenwood & Von Julien in the win. Ishmael Lane was the only double figure scorer for the Demons with 11 points in the loss. Southeastern is now 8-12 this season and 4-3 in the SLC while Northwestern State falls to 7-13 and 2-5.

McNeese got a win over Houston Baptist 79-73. The Cowboys got big nights from Roydell Brown who scored 28 points & grabbed 12 rebounds and James Harvey who scored 22 points in the win. McNeese is now 7-13 this year and 3-4 in conference.

Grambling lost a tough one to Jackson State 63-65. Ivy Smith, Jr. was the only double digit scorer for the Tigers with 18 points in the loss. Grambling drops to 9-11 overall and 3-4 in the SWAC.

Southern lost at Alabama A&M 62-68. The Jags got 17 points each from Sidney Umude & Aaron Ray but it wasn't enough. Southern falls to 3-17 this season and 2-5 in conference.


There's only one team in action tonight. See schedule for this week below.

Monday, January 28th
Southern @ Alabama State – 7:30pm

Tuesday, January 29th
NO GAMES

Wednesday, January 30th
LSU @ Texas A&M – 8pm (ESPN2)
Nicholls vs Lamar – 7pm
Southeastern vs Sam Houston State – 7pm
UNO vs Northwestern State – 7pm

Thursday, January 31st
Tulane @ East Carolina – 6pm (ESPNU)
Louisiana Tech @ FAU – 6pm
ULL @ Appalachian State – 6pm (ESPN+)
ULM @ Coastal Carolina – 6pm (ESPN+)

Friday, February 1st
NO GAMES

Saturday, February 2nd
LSU vs Arkansas – 5pm (SECN)
Tulane vs Temple – 5pm (WatchESPN)
Louisiana Tech @ FIU – 6pm (ESPN+)
ULL @ Coastal Carolina – 1pm (ESPN+)
ULM @ Appalachian State – 1pm (ESPN+)
Southeastern vs Nicholls – 4pm (WatchESPN)
UNO vs Incarnate Word – 4:15pm
McNeese vs Lamar – 3pm (Eleven Sports)
Northwestern State @ Central Arkansas – 4pm
Grambling vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff – 5pm
Southern @ Alcorn State – 5:30pm

Sunday, February 3rd
NO GAMES

Records, standings, etc updated in OP.


hth52
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
We NEED to win on the road in the next few games to help get us into the top 5. The road losses to Charlotte and Rice have hurt, they should not have happened.


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burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Southern was the only team in action last night and they lost at Alabama State 65-69. Hassan Hussein, Aaron Ray and Jayden Saddler all reached double figures for the Jags with 17, 13 & 11 points respectively in the loss. Southern falls to 3-18 overall and 2-6 in the SWAC.


There are no games involving state schools tonight.


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Teams in action last night were 2-3.

LSU won their tenth straight game beating Texas A&M 72-57. Tremont Waters was the only Tiger in double figures scoring with his huge 36 point performance. LSU improves to 17-3 this season and 7-0 in SEC play.

UNO beat Northwestern State 72-64. Ezekiel Charles and Bryson Robinson each scored 17 points for the Privateers who also got 13 points from Damion Rosser in the win. Ishmael Lane was the only Demon in double figures with his 17 point, 15 rebound effort in the loss. UNO goes to 11-9 overall and 6-3 in Southland play while Northwestern State falls to 7-14 and 2-6.

Southeastern lost to Sam Houston State 52-62. The Lions only had one player crack double digits in the scoring column and that was Jeremiah Saunders who scored 12 points in the loss. Southeastern drops to 8-13 this year and 4-4 in the SLC.

Nicholls had a rough one against Lamar losing 69-90. Danny Garrick, Jeremiah Jefferson and Gavin Peppers were the high scorers for the Colonels with 19, 15 & 11 points respectively. Nicholls is now 10-11 overall and 3-5 in conference.


There are 4 games involving state schools tonight and they are all on the road. See schedule below.

Thursday, January 31st
Tulane @ East Carolina – 6pm (ESPNU)
Louisiana Tech @ FAU – 6pm
ULL @ Appalachian State – 6pm (ESPN+)
ULM @ Coastal Carolina – 6pm (ESPN+)


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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Not that anyone cares, but the UT alumni game is Saturday and they are unveiling an auggie statue

Auggie post game team address (barstool) NSFW


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Assuming that they are unveiling it at baseball event and not a basketball game, right?


Winston Cup
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Yes. It’s the alumni baseball scrimmage


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burdman
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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 0-4.

Tulane came up just short of getting their first conference win losing 65-66 at East Carolina. Caleb Daniels with 17 points was the high scorer for the Wave who also got 14 points from Kevin Zhang and 10 points from both Jordan Cornish and Moses Wood in the loss. Tulane falls to 4-16 overall and 0-8 in the AAC.

Louisiana Tech lost 61-69 at Florida Atlantic. Amorie Archibald (18), Dequan Bracey (14) and Oliver Powell (10) all reached double figures for the Bulldogs in the loss. Louisiana Tech is now 15-8 this season and 5-5 in CUSA play.

ULM lost at Coastal Carolina 81-92. Travis Munnings (23) and Daishon Smith (21) both scored over 20 for the Warhawks who also got 15 points from Michael Ertel and 11 points from JD Williams but it wasn't enough. ULM drops to 11-9 on the year and 4-4 in Sun Belt play.

ULL got rolled at Appalachian State 77-104. The Cajuns got 15 points & 10 rebounds from JaKeenan Gant, 13 points from Jerekius Davis and 12 points from Jeremy Hayes in the loss. ULL is now 13-8 and 4-4 in the SBC.


There are no games tonight, however every school is in action tomorrow. See schedule below.

Friday, February 1st
NO GAMES

Saturday, February 2nd
LSU vs Arkansas – 5pm (SECN)
Tulane vs Temple – 5pm (WatchESPN)
Louisiana Tech @ FIU – 6pm (ESPN+)
ULL @ Coastal Carolina – 1pm (ESPN+)
ULM @ Appalachian State – 1pm (ESPN+)
Southeastern vs Nicholls – 4pm (WatchESPN)
UNO vs Incarnate Word – 4:15pm
McNeese vs Lamar – 3pm (Eleven Sports)
Northwestern State @ Central Arkansas – 4pm
Grambling vs Arkansas-Pine Bluff – 5pm
Southern @ Alcorn State – 5:30pm

Sunday, February 3rd
NO GAMES


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Not a great weekend overall as teams combined to go 4-8 on Saturday.

LSU came up just short in a comeback effort against Arkansas losing 89-90. Naz Reid (19 points, 10 rebounds), Ja'vonte Smart (18 points), Skylar Mays (17 points), Tremont Waters (12 points) and Kavell Bigby-Williams (10 points) all scored in double figures for the Tigers but it wasn't quite enough. LSU is now 17-4 overall and 7-1 in SEC play.

Tulane lost to Temple 67-75. The Wave got a 21 point, 11 rebound performance from Caleb Daniels, 15 points from Samir Sehic and 11 points from Jordan Cornish in the loss. Tulane falls to 4-17 this year and 0-9 in the AAC.

Louisiana Tech lost at FIU 69-75. Anthony Duruji turned in a 16 point, 14 rebound effort and the Bulldogs also got 15 points from Dequan Bracey and 11 points from Amorie Archibald but still came up short. Louisiana Tech drops to 15-9 on the season and 5-6 in CUSA.

ULM had a couple of chances to get a road win at Appalachian State but came up just short 84-85. Michael Ertel and JD Williams both went over twenty points for the Warhawks with 26 & 23 respectively and Daishon Smith had 11 points in the loss. ULM drops to 11-10 and 4-5 in Sun Belt play.

ULL finished up a rough road swing with a 79-96 loss at Coastal Carolina. JaKeenan Gant was the high man again for the Cajuns with 27 points & 12 rebounds. Jerekius Davis scored 12 and Marcus Stroman scored 11 in the loss. ULL is now 13-9 and 4-5 in the SBC.

UNO beat Incarnate Word 89-72. Double figure scorers for the Privateers included Gerrale Gates with 18, Ezekiel Charles with 17, Damion Rosser and Troy Green who each scored 10 in the win. UNO goes to 12-9 this season and 7-3 in Southland play.

Southeastern defended their home floor against Nicholls winning 91-70. Moses Greenwood led the Lions with 21 points & 10 rebounds. Marlain Veal and Von Julien added 13 & 10 points respectively in the win. The Colonels got 17 points from Danny Garrick and 15 points from Jeremiah Jefferson in the loss. Southeastern improves to 9-13 and 5-4 in the SLC while Nicholls drops to 10-12 and 3-6.

McNeese lost 75-84 to Lamar. Roydell Brown scored 26 and Jarren Greenwood scored 10 as they were the only double digit scorers for the Cowboys in the loss. McNeese is now 7-14 overall and 3-5 in conference.

Northwestern State picked up a 80-75 road win over Central Arkansas. Ishmael Lane turned in another double double with 22 points & 13 rebounds for the Demons who also got 19 points from LaTerrance Reed, 12 points from DeAndre Love & 11 points from Brian White in the win. Northwestern State improves to 8-14 on the year and 3-6 in the SLC.

Grambling handled Arkansas-Pine Bluff 79-55. Prince Moss scored 21 and Anthony Gaston scored 11 for the Tigers in the win. Grambling is now 10-11 overall and 4-4 in the SWAC.

Southern lost at Alcorn State 64-76. Sidney Umude, Jayden Saddler, Aaron Ray and Alex Ennis were all in double figures for the Jags with 12, 11, 10 & 10 respectively in the loss. Southern falls to 3-19 and 2-7 in conference.




Kind of an unusual slate this week as Tulane, Louisiana Tech & Southern don't play weekday games and ULL & ULM who usually play Thursday/Saturday are instead playing Wednesday/Friday. Below is the schedule for this week.

Monday, February 4th
Grambling vs Mississippi Valley State – 7:30pm

Tuesday, February 5th
NO GAMES

Wednesday, February 6th
LSU @ Mississippi State – 8pm (ESPN2)
ULL vs Georgia Southern – 7pm (ESPN+)
ULM vs Georgia State – 7pm (ESPN+)
McNeese @ Sam Houston State – 6:30pm
Northwestern State vs UNO – 6:30pm
Southeastern @ Texas A&M-CC – 7pm (KDF CC)

Thursday, February 7th
NO GAMES

Friday, February 8th
ULL vs Georgia State – 8pm (ESPN2)
ULM vs Georgia Southern – 7pm (ESPN+)

Saturday, February 9th
LSU vs Auburn – 1pm (ESPN/2/U)
Tulane @ Wichita State – 7pm (ESPNU)
Louisiana Tech @ Southern Miss – 4pm (ESPN+)
Southeastern @ Central Arkansas – 4pm
UNO vs Nicholls – 4:15pm
McNeese vs Northwestern State – 3pm
Southern vs Grambling – 5pm

Sunday, February 10th
NO GAMES

Records, Standings, etc updated in OP.
This post was edited on 2/4 at 8:36 am


burdman
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re: 2018-19 Season Long State of LA College Basketball Thread
Grambling was the only team in action last night and they beat Mississippi Valley State 79-57. The Tigers were led by Axel Mpoyo's 22 points & 11 rebounds and also got 20 points from Dallas Polk-Hilliard and 18 points from Ivy Smith, Jr. Grambling gets back to .500 on the season at 11-11 and goes to 5-4 in SWAC play.


There are no games involving state schools tonight. Player & Team stat rankings updated in OP.


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