Zach Nutall had 18 points and six rebounds and Sam Houston State defeated Central Arkansas 78-69 on Wednesday night.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6L 68-55
- 11/8HENDW 99-73
- 11/12OZARW 93-52
- 11/15L 97-71
- 11/18L 82-77
- 11/24L 73-61
- 11/28W 78-65
- 12/5L 86-41
- 12/8W 85-82
- 12/16L 82-70
- 12/1922L 86-53
- 12/21L 82-73
- 12/30LYONW 62-47
- 1/2L 87-75
- 1/5W 73-71
- 1/9L 78-69
- 1/12W 75-68
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Matthew Mondesir's tip-in with a second left lifted Central Arkansas to a 73-71 victory over Southeast Louisiana on Saturday.
Kareem South scored 22 points and grabbed seven rebounds as Texas A&M-Corpus Christi beat Central Arkansas 87-75 in a Southland Conference opener on Wednesday night.
Hayden Koval finished with 10 points, seven rebounds and six blocked shots and Central Arkansas had all 13 players score in a 62-47 victory over NAIA-member Lyon College on Sunday.
Curtis Jones scored a career-high 23 points and Cam McGriff had 17 points and seven rebounds to lead Oklahoma State to an 82-73 victory over Central Arkansas on Friday.
Devonte Green scored 19 points, freshman Romeo Langford recorded his second double-double and No. 22 Indiana beat Central Arkansas 86-53 on Wednesday night.
Makuach Maluach scored 22 points and Anthony Mathis shook off a shooting slump to make two late 3-pointers, helping New Mexico to hold off Central Arkansas 82-70 on Saturday, ending a three-game skid.
DeAndre Jones drained a 3-pointer from half court as time expired to give Central Arkansas an 85-82 win over Little Rock in the Governor's I-40 Showdown on Saturday.
Steven Enoch and Jordan Nwora posted big nights for Louisville, which cruised to an 86-41 victory over Central Arkansas on Wednesday night.
DeAndre Jones scored 23 points, dished seven assists and grabbed seven boards as Central Arkansas knocked off Little Rock 78-65 in the first of two Governor's I-40 Showdown battles Wednesday night.
Javon Bess had 19 points and Jordan Goodwin added 18 to lead Saint Louis to a 73-61 victory over Central Arkansas on Saturday afternoon.
Jordon Varnado scored 21 points and Troy outscored Central Arkansas with a late 12-7 spurt and won 82-77 on Sunday.
Jared Wilson-Frame scored 20 points and five Pittsburgh players scored in double digits as the Panthers battled past Central Arkansas 97-71 in a physical matchup Thursday night.
Khaleem Bennett had 21 points on 8-of-11 shooting and DeAndre Jones scored 17 to help Central Arkansas beat D-III Hendrix 99-73 on Thursday night.
Mark Smith scored 19 points on 5-for-8 shooting from 3 and Missouri triumphed over Central Arkansas 68-55 in its season opener Tuesday night.
Ivan Canete scored 17 points, TJ Holy field added 16, and Stephen F. Austin ran away from Central Arkansas in the second half to win 86-64 in Thursday night's Southland Conference Tournament quarterfinal.
League Player of the Year Jordan Howard scored 26 points and Central Arkansas shut down Lamar in the second half for its first-ever Southland Conference Tournament win in Wednesday night's opener.
Jordan Howard scored six of his 26 points in the final minutes and Mathieu Kamba drove for a layup in the last seconds to seal a 61-58 victory for Central Arkansas over Northwestern State in the regular-season finale on Saturday night.
Jordan Howard scored 28 points and Mathieu Kamba added 24 as Central Arkansas posted an 88-70 upset of Sam Houston State in the penultimate Southland Conference regular season game Wednesday night.
Thatch Unruh collared the rebound of a missed shot and put up a jumper at the buzzer and Central Arkansas slipped past Abilene Christian 74-72 on Saturday.
Shannon Bogues scored 18 and Leon Gilmore III added another 17 as Stephen F. Austin pushed its home-court winning streak to 16 straight with a 97-62 trouncing of Central Arkansas in a Southland Conference contest Wednesday night.
Roddy Peters drove for a layup and later slammed home a dunk in the final seconds to help Nicholls win its fifth straight game, beating Central Arkansas 87-83 on Saturday to keep the Colonels perched atop the Southland Conference standings.
James Harvey scored 17 points with four 3-pointers, Kalob Ledoux added 16 points with three 3s, and McNeese State held off Central Arkansas 76-72 on Wednesday night.