NCAA Basketball

McNeese State Cowboys (10-13)


Wed. 2/24 Sat. 2/27 Thu. 3/4 Sat. 3/6 Tue. 3/9
@ SELa 
W 95-91
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vs. HouBap 
W 85-58
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vs. Nich 
L 67-80
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vs. Lamar 
L 51-60
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@ SELa 
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Buster scores 20 to carry Lamar past McNeese St. 60-51

LAKE CHARLES, La. (AP) Davion Buster had 20 points as Lamar beat McNeese State 60-51 on Saturday.

Anderson Kopp had 15 points for Lamar (8-17, 7-10 Southland Conference), which earned its fourth consecutive victory. Kasen Harrison added seven assists. Avery Sullivan had nine rebounds.

McNeese State totaled 17 points in the first half, a season low for the team.

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Leaders
Points: D. Kuxhausen12.1
Rebounds: C. Rosario5.4
Assists: A. Lawson5.4
FG%: No qualifiers
FT%: No qualifiers
3P%: D. Kuxhausen40.6%
Steals: C. Warren1.3
Blocks: K. Feazell1.3
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Gonzaga24-0
2 Michigan19-3
3 Baylor21-1
4 Illinois20-6
5 Iowa20-7
6 West Virginia18-8
7 Ohio State18-8
8 Alabama21-6
9 Houston21-3
10 Villanova16-5
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Gonzaga24-0
2 Michigan19-3
3 Baylor21-1
4 Illinois20-6
5 Alabama21-6
5 West Virginia18-8
7 Houston21-3
8 Iowa20-7
9 Villanova16-5
10 Ohio State18-8
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Southland Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
Nicholls 14-2 17-6
Abilene Christian 13-2 21-4
Sam Houston 13-3 19-8
Stephen F. Austin 12-3 16-5
Northwestern State 9-7 10-17
New Orleans 8-7 9-14
Lamar 6-10 8-17
UIW 5-9 8-13
Southeastern Louisiana 5-10 7-17
McNeese State 4-10 10-13
Houston Baptist 4-11 5-18
Central Arkansas 4-12 5-19
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 2-13 5-19
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 80.8 (17)
Rebounds: 10.6 (122)
Assists: 18.6 (3)
FG%: 49.5% (14)
FT%: 68.7% (240)
3P%: 39.2% (7)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 71.8 (221)
Rebounds: 26.5 (98)
Assists: 14.2 (267)
FG%: 44.9% (242)
FT%: 66.1% (16)
3P%: 36.9% (317)
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