Bulldogs to face Temple Wednesday night in Philadelphia
Tipoff is set for 6 p.m.
LA Tech improves to 26-8 on the season
Bulldogs advance to second round of NIT
head coach Michael White addressed the media
Bulldogs take down Aggies, 84-72, in College Station to advance to the NIT quarterfinals for a second straight season.
Coach White picked up win No. 100 and LA Tech extended its home winning streak to 30 in an 89-79 victory over CMU.
Bulldogs notch season win No. 20 on Saturday night with a 75-42 victory over the Panthers.
Bulldogs remain undefeated in C-USA play with 75-68 win over the Blue Raiders.
Bulldogs came back to tie it up, 69-69, with 25 seconds left, but the Orange hit a game-winner to escape.
2014-15: Came off the bench in all 36 games ... Led the team in three-point shooting percentage going 32-of-81 for 40 percent ... Scored in double figures in four games, starting with 10 points versus Presbyterian (11/23) in the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic ... Knocked down career-high four three's in just 13 minutes of action at UTSA (1/10) ... Came away with career-high five steals against FIU (2/14), tied for the second most in a single game on the season ... Had an all-around game while playing career-high 28 minutes in regular season finale against Southern Miss (3/5), registering eight points, career-high four rebounds, three steals, one block and one assist ... Went 7-of-8 shooting from the field, including a perfect 4-of-4 from long range, for a career-high 18 points in NIT first round matchup versus Central Michigan (3/17) ... Hit two critical three-pointers in the second half of NIT second round victory at Texas A&M (3/23).
High School: Ranked 51st best player in the state of Florida for 2014 by Florida Hoops ... Three-star recruit per Rivals ... Led the Lakewood Spartans to the Florida Class 5A title game where he dropped 28 points and 13 rebounds in the loss ... Was named team MVP for the state tournament ... Averaged 22 points and eight rebounds while shooting 38 percent from three-point range ... Ended up scoring 22 points or more in eight of his final 10 games, including a career-high 34 in a triple-overtime win in the playoffs ... Named first team All-Suncoast, first team All-County and first team all-state by FABC and Source Hoops ... Participated in the Pinellas-Hillsborough All-Star game with fellow Bulldog Dayon Griffin where he had a team-high 18 points and won the dunk contest ... Averaged 17 points and seven rebounds per game his sophomore year, earning all-county honors ... Missed most of his junior year due to a neck injury ... Participated in the 2013 Reebok Breakout Classic that hosted 120 of the nation's top high school basketball players.
Personal: Full name is Jacobi Boykins ... Nickname is `Cobi' ... Son of Yolanda Ivey ... One sister, Precious ... Born Feb. 11, 1995 in St. Petersburg, Fla. ... Chose Louisiana Tech over Florida Gulf Coast and Jacksonville.