Jon Elmore totaled 19 points, eight rebounds and six assists and Marshall held off Akron 75-74 on Saturday.
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- 11/7W 105-77
- 11/11W 76-72
- 11/14W 98-75
- 11/19W 95-71
- 11/23L 104-67
- 11/28W 84-64
- 12/1L 101-84
- 12/5L 93-82
- 12/8L 75-74
- 12/10W 76-64
- 12/15W 75-74
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Jon Elmore tied his season high with seven 3-pointers and finished with 27 points to lead Marshall to a 76-64 win over Morehead State on Monday night.
Marreon Jackson scored with 3 seconds left in overtime and Toledo, which blew a 20-point second-half lead, defeated Marshall 75-74 on Saturday.
Michael Hughes tied his career-high with 20 points, Sincere Carry added 19 and Duquesne defeated Marshall 93-82 on Wednesday night.
Jason Carter matched his career-high with 25 points and added 12 rebounds, two assists and two steals, leading Ohio to a 101-84 win over Marshall on Saturday.
Jon Elmore scored 26 points and became the third player in Marshall history to reach 2,000 career points as the Thundering Herd stampeded past William & Mary, 84-64 on Wednesday night.
Anthony Cowan Jr. scored 26 points, Bruno Fernando had 18 points and 16 rebounds, and Maryland cruised past previously unbeaten Marshall 104-67 Friday night.
Jon Elmore scored 18 points and Marshall remains undefeated at 4-0 with a 95-71 victory over North Carolina A&T on Monday night.
Jon Elmore scored 24 points on seven 3-pointers and Marshall beat Mt. St. Mary's 98-75 on Wednesday night.
Jon Elmore scored 30 points for his 66th straight game in double figures, C.J. Burks added 23 points and Marshall rallied to beat Hofstra 76-72 on Sunday.
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Jevon Carter scored 28 points, Lamont West added 18 off the bench and West Virginia overwhelmed its in-state rival beating Marshall 94-71 on Sunday night in the second-round of the NCAA Tournament.
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Jon Elmore scored 27 points and Jarrod West hit a huge 3-pointer with three minutes left to help No. 13 seed Marshall topple fourth-seeded Wichita State 81-75 Friday in the East Region.
ESPN Stats and Information
(13) Marshall beats (4) Wichita State to pick up the first NCAA Tournament win in school history as Jon Elmore matches a school NCAA Tournament record with 27 points (Cebe Price in 1956). The last Marshall player to score 25 or more points in the NCAA Tournament was Mike D'Antoni in 1972. Mike's brother Dan now coaches Marshall. Oh, Mike coaches, too.
Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer
No. 13 Marshall wins outright 81-75 over No. 4 Wichita State as a 13-point underdog. Wow. Biggest upset of the tourney so far.
Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer
Marshall is giving Wichita State all it can handle here in San Diego, but this might only be a preview of what is to come from the Thundering Herd. They'll return their top nine scorers next season.
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