Louisiana Tech versus San Jose State Game Notes


 

 

Jan. 25, 2013

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Louisiana Tech at San Jose State Jan. 24, 2013 Game Notes

• With the 76-54 win, LA Tech now leads the all-time series over San Jose State 16-9.

• The Bulldogs extend their winning streak to nine games and improve to 17-3 on the season. The Spartans drop their fourth straight and fall to 9-10 on the season.

• LA Tech remains undefeated in the WAC at 8-0. It's the first time the Bulldogs have won eight straight conference games since the 1999-00 season when they were in the Sun Belt, and it's only the second time in program history that they have started conference play 8-0 (1970-71 season in the Gulf State conference was the only other time).

• With the win, it's the first time the Bulldogs have won five straight road games since the 1999-00 season.

• LA Tech starters were Michale Kyser, Brandon Gibson, Raheem Appleby, Kenneth Smith and Cordarius Johnson. This is the 18th (out of 20) game this season with this lineup.

Michale Kyser had one block on the night, his 124th of his young career which moves him into sole possession of fourth on the all-time blocks list.

Kenneth Smith had one assist, giving him 239 for his career which ties him for 10th place all-time.

Alex Hamilton set a new career-high in three different statistical categories (six rebounds, eight assists and four steals).

 

 

• The LA Tech starters and bench each scored exactly 38 points in the winning effort.

• LA Tech is now 13-0 under coach White when holding their opponent to under 60 points.

• After making 13-of-14 free throws, it marked the first time this season that the Bulldogs have shot at least 90 percent from the foul line.