Marlain Veal hit five 3-pointers and scored 27 points, making all eight of his free throws in the final 47 seconds, to help Southeast Louisiana hold off McNeese 76-69 on Saturday.
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- 11/7L 87-65
- 11/9L 80-52
- 11/16L-LAL 79-78
- 11/20MOBW 74-60
- 11/23MISW 80-42
- 11/29L 91-59
- 12/1L 67-66
- 12/422L 90-77
- 12/13W 77-61
- 12/15L 80-67
- 12/18L 80-67
- 12/22L 68-64
- 12/30CU-HW 91-73
- 1/2W 88-77
- 1/5L 66-61
- 1/9L 73-72
- 1/12L 79-66
- 1/16W 86-75
- 1/19L 74-71
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Roydell Brown scored a career-high 25 points with 12 rebounds to lead McNeese in an 86-75 win over Nicholls on Wednesday night, snapping a three-game skid.
Bryson Robinson scored 17 points, making four 3-pointers and adding six assists as New Orleans defeated McNeese 79-66 Saturday night.
Payten Ricks hit five 3-pointers, scored 19 points and had six assists, Jaren Lewis added 15 points with five assists, and Abilene Christian held off McNeese 73-72 on Wednesday night for coach Joe Golding's 100th career win.
Ishmael Lane had 17 points and 12 rebounds on Saturday and Northwestern State rallied late and held on for a 66-61 win over McNeese.
Roydell Brown scored 23 points with 10 rebounds, Shamarkus Kennedy added 20 points and eight boards and McNeese beat Incarnate Word 88-77 in a Southland Conference opener Wednesday night.
Terry Winn III made two free throws and Javon Levi hit a jumper in the final seconds to give UT Rio Grande Valley enough cushion to hold off McNeese 68-64 on Saturday night.
Malik Marquetti nailed seven 3-pointers to total a career-high 29 points as Louisiana-Lafayette won its fourth straight game against Interstate-10 rival McNeese 80-67 on Tuesday night.
Rob Whitfield nailed 5 of 8 from distance to total 19 points and lead UMKC to an 80-67 win over McNeese on Saturday night.
James Harvey came off the bench to score 19 points and lead a McNeese rally to beat North Carolina Central 77-61 on Thursday night to halt a three-game skid.
Lamar Peters scored 27 points, Reggie Perry added 15 and No. 22 Mississippi State pulled away in the second half to beat McNeese State 90-77 on Tuesday night.
Larry McKnight Jr. sank two free throws in the final seconds to give North Carolina Central a 67-66 edge over McNeese on Saturday.
Jimmy Whitt Jr. had a triple-double as SMU overwhelmed McNeese 91-59 on Thursday night for its third straight win.
James Harvey and Will Robinson scored 14 points each, and McNeese beat Division II Mississippi College 80-42 on Friday night.
Shamarkus Kennedy was close to a triple-double as he helped McNeese pull away late to beat NAIA-member Mobile 74-60 for its first win of the season on Tuesday night.
Zach Wrightsil scored 20 points, Myles Burns 16 and each was clutch in the final 71 seconds as NAIA-member Loyola of New Orleans battled past McNeese 79-78, the upset spoiling the Cowboys' inauguration of a new, on-campus arena Friday night.
Freshman guard Luguentz Dort scored 25 points, leading Arizona State to an 80-52 victory over McNeese State on Friday night.
Jordan Ford scored 23 points with five assists, Malik Fitts had a double-double and Saint Mary's pulled away from McNeese State for an 87-65 win on Wednesday night in the season opener for both teams.
Kalob Ledoux scored 17 points, Stephen Ugochukwu and Jacob Ledoux added 12 apiece, and McNeese rallied to beat Lamar 69-60 in Saturday's regular-season finale but missed getting the eighth and final berth in the Southland Conference Tournament.
Joseph Kilgore scored 23 points, Kareem South added 18 with three 3-pointers, and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi beat McNeese 82-70 on Wednesday night to knock the Cowboys from Southland Conference Tournament contention.
Jarren Greenwood scored 21 points while dishing out four assists to help McNeese regroup in the second half to beat Houston Baptist 88-79 on Saturday and remain in contention to grab the final spot in the Southland Conference Tournament.
Lafayette Rutledge broke a school record with 11 3-pointers and scored a career-high 34 points and Nicholls downed McNeese 96-79 on Wednesday.
Makur Puou and Travin Thibodeaux combined for 41 points as New Orleans dominated the second half to roll to a 90-74 win over McNeese in Southland Conference play on Saturday.
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.