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2018 Schedule
15-12, 1st in SWAC

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Grambling lost 46 straight Division-I games from 2012-14, and went 8-103 against D1 competition over a four-year span. Under first-year head coach Donte Jackson, they now have the longest active winning streak in the country, at 11 games. What a story.

24d

Grambling State edges Arkansas-Pine Bluff 69-68

Ivy Smith Jr. scored 18 points, Shirmane Thomas got his second double-double of the season and Grambling State hung on Saturday night to snap Arkansas-Pine Bluff's seven-game winning streak with a 69-68 victory.

31d

Grambling routs SWAC leader Jackson State, 72-45

Anthony Gaston and Ivy Smith Jr. scored 16 points apiece and Grambling rolled to a 72-45 victory on Saturday night to snap Jackson State's six-game winning streak in the Southwestern Athletic Conference.

48d

Alabama St ends 20-game skid, beats Grambling 74-66

Branden Johnson scored 11 of his 13 points in the second half and grabbed 10 rebounds to rally Alabama State to its first win of the season Wednesday night, 74-66 over Grambling State that also ended a 20-game losing streak.

54d

Seattle rolls past road-weary Grambling 93-63

Josh Hearlihy filled up the stat sheet with 21 points, four rebounds, three assists, two steals and a blocked shot to propel Seattle to a 93-63 victory over Grambling on Thursday night.

73d

Grand Canyon beats Grambling State 87-53

Keonta Vernon made all eight of his shots from the field and finished with 19 points in 23 minutes to help Grand Canyon beat Grambling State 87-53 on Saturday night.

78d

Grambling holds off NAIA Tougaloo for 111-95 win

Ivy Smith Jr. scored a career-high 31 points and had 13 assists and Axel Mpoyo got his second double-double of the season Monday night to lead Grambling past NAIA Tougaloo for a 111-95 win.

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Georgia Tech players tip ball in own hoop in shocking upset (0:29)
81d

Ga. Tech's own basket costly vs. Grambling St.

Diontae Jones had 18 points and nine rebounds Friday night when a Georgia Tech player inadvertently tipped a shot into the wrong basket with 6.5 seconds left to send Grambling State to a 64-63 upset win over the Yellow Jackets.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Grambling had lost its last 63 games against teams from power six conferences -- by an average of 34.7 points, per @ESPNStatsInfo. They beat Georgia Tech tonight.

Team Stats

Points Per Game72.9213th
Rebounds Per Game37.9Tied-73rd
Assists Per Game11.4318th
Points Allowed75.1Tied-252nd

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record0-0
Championship SeasonsNone
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