LA Tech's season comes to an end with 77-59 loss at Temple in NIT Quarterfinals
Bulldogs season ends with 27-9 record
Bulldogs advance to NIT Quarterfinals with 84-72 road win over Aggies
Bulldogs to face Temple Wednesday night in Philadelphia
Bulldogs advance to second round of NIT
Bulldogs take down Aggies, 84-72, in College Station to advance to the NIT quarterfinals for a second straight season.
Bulldogs hang on for a 70-64 victory over the Owls to advance to the semifinals.
Bulldogs clinch third straight conference regular season title and 28th straight win at home in 76-66 victory.
Bulldogs remain in first place in C-USA with a 77-60 victory over the Miners.
Bulldogs notch season win No. 20 on Saturday night with a 75-42 victory over the Panthers.
2014-15 College Sports Madness Fourth Team All-Conference USA
2014-15: Started all 36 games, one of three Bulldogs to do so ... Third on the team in scoring with an average of 11.4 points per game and second in rebounds with 5.6 board per game ... Was leading scorer in eight games and leading rebounder in 12 games ... Posted three double-doubles ... Recorded 20 double-digit scoring games, including the first five games of the season ... First big offensive output came at Louisiana-Lafayette (12/10) with 25 points on 10-of-14 shooting ... Notched a career high of 26 points versus UAB (1/15) while knocking down four three-pointers ... First double-double came against WKU (1/29) with 14 points and 12 rebounds ... Had another double-double in a key conference game against UTEP (2/26), again with 14 points and 12 boards ... Swiped career-high four steals versus UTSA (2/28) ... Had a dominating performance in C-USA Tournament quarterfinals against Rice (3/12) registering 17 points and 12 rebounds for his third double-double which came just two minutes deep into the second half ... Had team-high 14 points in NIT quarterfinal matchup at Temple (3/25).
2012-13 (Murray State): Saw action off the bench in 24 games, averaging 1.6 points and 1.9 rebounds per contest.
High School: Three-star prospect per Rivals.com out of West Orange High School ... Led his team to a 23-8 record his senior season en route to the regional finals ... Team finished sixth in the 19-team Orlando Metro Conference where he earned post-season honors as well as being named Florida 8A second team all-state ... Averaged 18 points and seven rebounds per game in his final year as a Warrior, including a game-high 36 points on nine made three-pointers ... As a junior, scored 15 points and pulled down eight rebounds per game on average ... Member of the Fort Meyers Christmas Tournament team ... MVP of the Gulf Shores Tournament.
Personal: Full name is Erik McCree ... Nickname is "E" ... Son of Mary McCree ... Has older sister, Kiara ... Born Dec. 20, 1993 in Orlando, Fla.