March 3, 2016
Recap | Final Stats | Quotes
Louisiana Tech 97, Marshall 94
March 3, 2016
Cam Henderson Center
• With the 97-94 victory, Louisiana Tech improved to 23-7 on the season.
• LA Tech is now 12-5 in Conference USA, currently tied with Middle Tennessee for second in the league standings with one regular season game to go.
• Since opening C-USA at 2-3, the Bulldogs have won 10 of the last 12.
• LA Tech now leads the all-time series over Marshall, 6-0.
• This marked the 10th time this season the Bulldogs have won after trailing at halftime. Marshall held a 45-39 lead at intermission.
• The 97 points is the most this season in a single game.
• The Bulldogs shot 55 percent from three-point range (11-20). It was only the second time this season the team has shot at least 50 percent from beyond the arc.
• LA Tech shot 50.0 percent from the field. They are a perfect 11-0 when shooting at least 50 percent in a single game.
• The Bulldogs went 22-of-27 from the foul line for 81.5 percent which is the second best shooting percentage of the season.
• LA Tech starters -- Alex Hamilton, Dayon Griffin, Jacobi Boykins, Erik McCree and Merrill Holden.
• Alex Hamilton made his 105th straight start as a Bulldog.
• Alex Hamilton scored a career-high 38 points on 12-of-17 shooting. It was the most points scored by a Bulldog since Karl Malone scored 40 at Centenary on Dec. 5, 1983. It also tied for the most by a C-USA player this season.
• It was the seventh time Alex Hamilton has scored at least 30 points in a single game, tied for the seventh most in program history.
• Erik McCree posted his team-leading eighth double-double of the season with 22 points and 10 rebounds.
• Dayon Griffin registered 18 points. It marked the 17th time this season the sophomore has scored in double figures.
• Derric Jean recorded 10 points. It marked the 12th time this season the freshman has scored in double figures.
• Alex Hamilton registered six assists. The senior has had at least 20 points and five assists in the same game 10 times this season.
• Alex Hamilton had a game-high four steals in the game. He has had at least three in a single game eight times this season.