NCAA Basketball

Loyola Marymount Lions (22-12)


Sat. 3/2 Fri. 3/8 Wed. 3/20 Mon. 3/25 Thu. 3/28
@ SanFr 
W 74-69
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vs. Pepper 
L 65-68
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@ CalBap 
W 56-55
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vs. Brown 
W 81-63
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@ USF 
L 47-56
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Yetna carries South Florida over Loyola Marymount 56-47

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) Alexis Yetna registered 11 points as South Florida beat Loyola Marymount 56-47 in the semifinals of the College Basketball Invitational on Thursday night.

David Collins had 11 points for South Florida (22-13).

Neither team was able to get much going offensively in the first half, heading to the locker room at the half tied at 22-22. South Florida outscored Loyola Marymount (22-12) by a margin of 34-25 in the second half to earn the victory. The Bulls' 22 first-half points were a season low for the team.

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Leaders
Points: J. Batemon16.4
Rebounds: M. Markusson6.3
Assists: J. Batemon3.6
FG%: J. Batemon42.1%
FT%: J. Batemon82.2%
3P%: No qualifiers
Steals: J. Batemon1.6
Blocks: M. Markusson0.9
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Duke32-6
2 Virginia35-3
3 North Carolina29-7
4 Gonzaga33-4
5 Michigan State32-7
6 Tennessee31-6
7 Kentucky30-7
8 Michigan30-7
9 Texas Tech31-7
10 Florida State29-8
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Virginia35-3
2 Texas Tech31-7
3 Michigan State32-7
4 Duke32-6
5 Auburn30-10
6 Gonzaga33-4
7 Kentucky30-7
8 Purdue26-10
9 North Carolina29-7
10 Tennessee31-6
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West Coast Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
4 Gonzaga 16-0 33-4
Saint Mary's 11-5 22-12
BYU 11-5 19-13
San Francisco 9-7 21-10
Loyola Marymount 8-8 22-12
Santa Clara 8-8 16-15
San Diego 7-9 21-15
Pepperdine 6-10 16-18
Pacific 4-12 14-18
Portland 0-16 7-25
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 67.0 (309)
Rebounds: 9.5 (218)
Assists: 13.5 (170)
FG%: 45.4% (113)
FT%: 74.6% (43)
3P%: 32.0% (296)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 62.5 (15)
Rebounds: 22.8 (329)
Assists: 13.8 (250)
FG%: 42.0% (87)
FT%: 76.2% (358)
3P%: 31.6% (50)
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