Post-Game Notes


 

 

Jan. 16, 2014

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Louisiana Tech at Tulane

Jan. 16, 2014

Post-game Notes

• With the 73-45 win over Tulane, the all-time series is now tied 2-2. The Bulldogs have won two straight over the Green Wave.

• LA Tech extended its winning streak to seven games and is 15-3 overall and 3-0 in C-USA play. Tulane fell to 9-9 overall and 1-2 in C-USA play.

• LA Tech starters were Alex Hamilton, Michale Kyser, Kenneth Smith, Chris Anderson and Cordarius Johnson. This lineup is 4-0 this season.

• Eight different Bulldogs scored at least four points and all eight recorded at least four rebounds in the balanced effort.

• The 45 points by Tulane was the fewest allowed in a game by LA Tech this season.

• The Bulldogs are 15-0 this season when leading or tied at halftime. They led 31-18 at the break.

• LA Tech held Tulane to just 18 points in the first half. It marked the fourth time this season that the Bulldogs have held an opponent to 20 points or less in a half.

• The Bulldogs pulled down 53 rebounds to record 50+ boards for the fourth time this season and for the second consecutive game.

• LA Tech forced 17 Green Wave turnovers. The team is now 13-0 this season when forcing at least 15.

• Under coach White, the Bulldogs are 24-0 when holdings their opponent to less than 60 points.

Kenneth Smith had three steals to give him 141 for his career. He is now tied for seventh all-time with Dave Simmons (1977-81).

 

 

Kenneth Smith dished out 11 assists. It is the third game this season he has had at least 10 in a single game.

Kenyon McNeail hit four three-pointers. That is the fourth time this season he has registered at least four in a game.

Jaron Johnson made a career-high four three-pointers.

• Tulane only made 10 field goals for the entire game. Twenty-five of their 43 points came via the charity stripe.