Louisiana Tech versus Seattle Game Notes



Jan. 20, 2013

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Louisiana Tech vs. Seattle Jan. 19, 2013 Game Notes

• With the 78-71 victory, LA Tech now leads the all-times series over Seattle 2-1.

• LA Tech extends their winning streak to eight games, only the 18th time in Bulldog history to be done, and improves to 16-3 on the season. Seattle falls to 6-11.

• LA Tech stays atop the WAC standings with a perfect record of 7-0. Seattle drops to 1-6 in WAC play.

• The Bulldogs extended their home-winning streak to 12 games.

• LA Tech starters were Michale Kyser, Brandon Gibson, Raheem Appleby, Kenneth Smith and Cordarius Johnson.

• With three blocks on the night, Michale Kyser ties Magnum Rolle (2008-10) for fourth place all-time in career blocks with 123.

Jaron Johnson registered new career-highs in scoring (15) and rebounding (eight).

J.L. Lewis had a season-high five rebounds in 20 minutes of action off the bench.

• The Bulldog defense forced 24 turnovers by Seattle. It marks the eighth time this season they have forced at least 20 by their opponent.

• The Bulldog bench scored a season-high 60 points (out of 78).

• LA Tech had 40 free throw attempts, the most since they shot 41 versus Idaho on Feb. 9, 2008.