— Jawaun Daniels had a career-high 36 points as top-seeded Prairie View A&M easily defeated No. 8 seed Mississippi Valley State 91-64 in the Southwestern Athletic Conference tournament quarterfinals on Wednesday night.
- 11/25L 142-62
- 11/26L 116-62
- 11/28L 97-61
- 12/1L 88-49
- 12/6L 96-69
- 12/8L 94-57
- 12/13L 84-41
- 12/21L 87-48
- 1/2L 92-52
- 1/12L 64-51
- 1/16L 71-59
- 1/18L 102-61
- 1/23L 77-31
- 1/30L 106-56
- 2/1L 85-72
- 2/6L 93-58
- 2/8W 68-65
- 2/13L 70-56
- 2/23L 82-45
- 2/25L 82-62
- 2/27L 68-54
- 3/1W 67-63
- 3/5L 82-59
- 3/10L 91-64
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— Shaun Doss Jr. had 24 points and 14 rebounds as Arkansas-Pine Bluff ended its 12-game losing streak, routing Mississippi Valley State 82-59 on Friday night.
— Caleb Hunter had 21 points as Mississippi Valley State narrowly beat Grambling State 67-63 on Monday night.
— Tristan Jarrett had 17 points as Jackson State extended its winning streak to eight games, defeating Mississippi Valley State 68-54 on Saturday night.
— Jawaun Daniels had 20 points and 12 rebounds as Prairie View extended its winning streak to nine games, routing Mississippi Valley State 82-62 on Thursday night.
— Karl Nicholas scored 19 points to lead four in double figures as Texas Southern rolled to an 82-45 victory over Mississippi Valley State on Tuesday night.
— Troymain Crosby scored 22 points as Alcorn State broke the game open in the second half to beat Mississippi Valley State 70-56 on Saturday.
— Kam’ron Cunningham had a season-high 34 points as Mississippi Valley State snapped its season-opening 16-game losing streak, narrowly defeating Alabama State 68-65 on Monday night.
— Jevon Tatum had 15 points off the bench to carry Alabama A&M to a 93-58 win over Mississippi Valley State on Saturday.
— Sarion McGee had a season-high 23 points plus 11 rebounds as Grambling State topped Mississippi Valley State 85-72 on Monday night.
— Tristan Jarrett had 21 points and 12 rebounds and Jackson State topped the century mark for the first time this season overwhelming Mississippi Valley State 106-56 on Saturday.
— Cam Mack scored 12 points with nine assists and Jeremiah Gambrell Jr. scored 19 and Prairie View smoked Mississippi Valley State 77-31 on Saturday.
— Troymain Crosby had 23 points as Alcorn State got past Mississippi Valley State 71-59 on Saturday.
— Kevion Stewart scored 19 points, Kenny Strawbridge had 11 points and 11 rebounds and Alabama State beat Mississippi Valley State 64-51 on Tuesday night.
— Iverson Molinar scored 18 points, Tolu Smith had 13 points and 12 rebounds and Mississippi State routed Mississippi Valley State 87-48 on Monday night.
— Dylan Disu drained a career-high five 3-pointers and grabbed a career-high 13 rebounds to go with 19 points and Vanderbilt rolled to an 84-41 win over Mississippi Valley State on Sunday.
— D.J. Jeffries had 21 points as Memphis easily beat Mississippi Valley State 94-57 on Tuesday night.
— Charles Bassey recorded 13 points, 11 rebounds and four blocks to carry Western Kentucky to a 96-69 win over Mississippi Valley State in its home opener on Sunday.
— Alessandro Lever had 20 points as Grand Canyon romped past Mississippi Valley State 88-49 on Tuesday night.
— Hunter Thompson had 25 points, tying his career high, as Wyoming rolled past Mississippi Valley State 97-61 on Saturday in the Cowboys' season opener.
— James Reese and Mardrez McBride scored 21 points apiece as North Texas beat Mississippi Valley State 116-62 on Thursday night.
— Connor Vanover scored 23 points to lead eight Arkansas players in double figures and the Razorbacks beat Mississippi Valley State 142-62 on Wednesday in the season opener for both teams.
Caleb Hunter had 30 points and hit a late 3-pointer to give Mississippi Valley State a 74-71 victory over Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Saturday night.
Prince Moss scored 25 points and had 10 rebounds and Grambling beat Mississippi Valley State 81-61 on Monday night to win its third straight.
Tristan Jarrett scored 27 points with nine rebounds, Venjie Wallis added 19 points with five steals and Jackson State beat Mississippi Valley State 87-70 on Saturday night.