Jalyn Allen 21.77, Glen Bender 22.20, Tyler Welch 22.43, Ashton O'Conner 22.64
Watch Longhorn Network highlights of the Longhorns' two wins over UT Arlington and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi at Penick-Allison Tennis Center on Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013.
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Texas State defeats Georgia State on a three point shot with 2.5 seconds left in regulation from Bobby Conley
The defending Southland Conference men’s basketball tournament champions will get at least one more game at Merrell Center. A decisive first half run from New Orleans provided the Privateers with enough cushion to hold off eighth-seeded Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 83-76 in an opening round game on Wednesday evening. In the rematch of last season’s tournament title game, UNO (15-15) led by as much as 16 points before a furious rush from the Islanders (11-18) brought them within four points with 1:11 left.
Frank Bartley scored 23 points, Justin Miller added 14 off the bench and Louisiana cruised past Texas State 80-54 in the Sun Belt Conference quarterfinals on Friday, keeping its record-setting season alive. Top-seeded Louisiana (27-5) will face Appalachian State or Texas-Arlington in a Saturday semifinal. The Ragin' Cajuns pushed their school-record for wins to 27, continuing a pace that began in conference when they won a school-record 16 Sun Belt games, 15 by double digits, and earned top seed to the tournament for the first time since 2004. Bartley knocked down five of Louisiana's 14 3-pointers and Miller drained four as Louisiana shot 53 percent from the field (31 of 59) and was 14 of 27 from distance (52 percent).
Highlights from BYU Track & Field's performance at Texas A&M's Team Invitational held January 15-16.
Steve Duncan - School of Hard Knocks Vs. Chris Wray - Texas A&M
Big T is just wrong!