T.J. Atwood scored 20 points with nine rebounds and a pair of steals, leading four into double-figure scoring as Lamar avenged a recent loss and bounced McNeese from the Southland Tournament 80-59 Wednesday night.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6L 75-65
- 11/9L 85-80
- 11/11SUW 104-33
- 11/13L 83-63
- 11/16L 90-80
- 11/18AAYW 103-51
- 11/22L 87-57
- 11/30L 73-71
- 12/3CU-HW 107-61
- 12/10W 82-73
- 12/18PQW 109-67
- 12/21L 81-73
- 1/2L 94-75
- 1/4L 79-69
- 1/8W 88-84
- 1/11W 85-76
- 1/15W 72-56
- 1/18W 65-52
- 1/22W 77-61
- 1/25W 102-89
- 1/29W 80-74
- 2/1L 96-91
- 2/5L 69-62
- 2/8L 82-76
- 2/15L 84-79
- 2/19L 65-59
- 2/22L 82-77
- 2/26W 104-82
- 2/29W 100-80
- 3/4L 80-56
- 3/7W 70-66
- 3/11L 80-59
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Dru Kuxhausen scored 22 points and his four-point play with 0.5 seconds remaining sent McNeese past Lamar 70-66 on Saturday to end the Southland Conference regular season.
Andre Jones had 16 points to lead five Nicholls State players in double figures as the Colonels won their seventh consecutive home game, beating McNeese State 80-56 on Wednesday night.
Roydell Brown had 23 points and 10 rebounds as McNeese State routed Houston Baptist 100-80 on Saturday night.
Dru Kuxhausen, Sha'markus Kennedy and Roydell Brown scored 21 points apiece as McNeese State rolled past Southeastern Louisiana 104-82 on Wednesday night. Kennedy also had 13 rebounds, while Brown posted seven rebounds.
Troy Green had a career-high 25 points as New Orleans narrowly beat McNeese State 82-77 on Saturday. Bryson Robinson added 21 points for the Privateers.
Keaston Willis had 23 points as Incarnate Word defeated McNeese State 65-59 on Wednesday night.
Chudier Bile scored a season-high 27 points and grabbed nine rebounds as Northwestern State held off McNeese 84-79 on Saturday.
Rylan Bergersen matched his career high with 21 points as Central Arkansas beat McNeese State 82-76 in overtime on Saturday.
Myles Smith had 19 points as Texas A&M-Corpus Christi topped McNeese State 69-62 on Wednesday night.
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Davion Buster scored a career-high 39 points to lead Lamar to a 96-91 victory over McNeese on Saturday.
Dru Kuxhausen, the NCAA leader in total 3-pointers and 3s per game, drained a deep 3 to break a late tie and later sank a pair of free throws as McNeese rallied in overtime to defeat Nicholls 80-74 Wednesday night.
Sha'markus Kennedy scored a career-high 37 points with 14 rebounds and McNeese State defeated Houston Baptist 102-89 on Saturday.
Shamarkus Kennedy missed just two of 13-shot attempts and scored 26 points to send McNeese to a 77-61 win over Southeastern Louisiana on Wednesday.
A steal and a block with the game well in hand for Kansas sparked the brawl that ensued as time expired.
Sha'markus Kennedy had 21 points and 14 rebounds as McNeese State topped New Orleans 65-52 on Saturday night.
Sha'markus Kennedy had 12 points and 16 rebounds and McNeese State dominated the second half in a 72-56 victory over Incarnate Word on Wednesday night.
Sha'markus Kennedy had 21 points and A.J. Lawson scored 20 as McNeese State defeated Northwestern State 85-76 on Saturday.
A.J. Lawson scored a career-high 37 points and Shamarkus Kennedy had a double-double and McNeese State beat Abilene Christian 88-84 on Wednesday.
DeAndre Jones hit 6 of 7 from beyond the 3-point arc and had a season-high 26 points as Central Arkansas defeated McNeese State 79-69 in a Southland Conference game on Saturday.
Zach Nutall had a career-high 25 points as Sam Houston State defeated McNeese State 94-75 on Thursday night.
Gavin Kensmil scored 21 points, Cameron Johnson added 18 and Stephen F. Austin held off McNeese for an 81-73 win on Saturday night.
Dru Kuxhausen scored a career-high 32 points and McNeese State beat NAIA-member Paul Quinn 109-67 on Wednesday night.
Courtney Ramey made two free throws with 8.4 seconds left, enabling Texas to escape with a 73-71 victory against McNeese State on Saturday.
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