Post-Game Notes



Dec. 30, 2013

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Louisiana Tech at Oklahoma

Dec. 30, 2013

Post-game Notes

• With the 102-98 overtime win, Louisiana Tech defeated Oklahoma for the first time ever. OU now leads the all-time series over LA Tech, 8-1.

• LA Tech improved to 11-3, extending its winning streak to three.

• Oklahoma fell to 11-2 and had its seven game winning streak snapped.

• The Bulldogs handed the Sooners its first home loss of the season. Oklahoma was 7-0 in Lloyd Noble Center.

• This marked the third game this season the Bulldogs have scored at least 100 points. LA Tech is now 71-5 all-time in 100-point games.

• Tonight's overtime game was the first since Jan. 12, 2012. LA Tech is now 57-55 all-time in OT games.

• LA Tech starters were Alex Hamilton, Michale Kyser, Raheem Appleby, Chris Anderson and Michale Kyser. This is the sixth straight game with this lineup.

Alex Hamilton scored a career-high 31 points. He became the first Bulldog to score at least 30 since Kenyon McNeail had 34 at UTSA on Jan. 12, 2013.

Cordarius Johnson tied his career-high with five three-pointers, finishing with 17 points.

Raheem Appleby passed Leon Barmore for 27th place on the all-timer scorers list. Appleby now has 1,183 career points.

Michale Kyser recorded four blocks to increase his season total to 59 and career total to 211. He has now registered at least three blocks in 13 of the 14 games played this season.

Kenneth Smith finished with four steals, increasing his season total to 33 and his career total to 132, moving him to 8th place on the all-time steals list.

• LA Tech forced 15 turnovers. The Bulldogs are now 10-0 this season when forcing at least 15 turnovers in a game.