Xavian Stapleton had 14 points as Florida Atlantic beat Rice 60-41 on Saturday. Karlis Silins added 10 points for Florida Atlantic, who held Rice to 26.7 percent shooting, the lowest mark of the season for a Florida Atlantic opponent.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6W 80-64
- 11/9L 92-76
- 11/12W 73-59
- 11/14L 79-68
- 11/17W 102-74
- 11/21L 105-78
- 11/25L 90-61
- 11/28L 74-60
- 12/1L 75-68
- 12/13SEUW 78-73
- 12/15L 99-89
- 12/18W 75-67
- 12/21L 83-66
- 12/29L 103-87
- 1/3W 73-65
- 1/5W 78-66
- 1/10L 95-79
- 1/12L 65-64
- 1/19L 76-75
- 1/24W 79-68
- 1/26L 89-86
- 1/31W 65-61
- 2/2L 80-76
- 2/7L 92-85
- 2/9W 74-69
- 2/14L 86-65
- 2/16L 60-41
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Devon Andrews had 25 points as Florida International romped past Rice 86-65 on Thursday night.
Chris Mullins had 12 points to lead five Rice players in double figures as the Owls narrowly defeated Marshall 74-69 on Saturday night.
Lamonte Bearden drilled a 3-pointer to start the scoring in the second overtime and Western Kentucky held on to beat Rice 92-85 on Thursday night.
B.J. Stith hit a season-high five 3-pointers and finished with 28 points, Ahmad Caver added 17 points and 11 assists, and Old Dominion beat Rice 80-76 on Saturday night.
Ako Adams scored 16 points, including a pair of clutch free throws with seven seconds left and Rice edged Charlotte 65-61 Thursday night, just the second win on the road this season for the Owls.
Zack Bryant had a career-high 30 points with five rebounds and three assists and UAB held off a late rally to defeat Rice 89-86 on Saturday night.
Trey Murphy III scored 18 points and the fourth of his four 3-pointers ignited a decisive run in Rice's 79-68 victory over Middle Tennessee on Thursday night.
Michael Miller raced down court and scored on a driving layup with time running out and North Texas completed a remarkable comeback, edging Rice 76-75 on Saturday.
Freshman guard Jordan Lathon scored 17 points and beat the buzzer with an 18-foot jumper and UTEP defeated Rice 65-64 after a wild final sequence on Saturday night.
Jhivvan Jackson scored 24 points as UTSA defeated Rice 95-79 on Thursday night.
Jack Williams scored 15 points and grabbed 11 rebounds and made a go-ahead 3-pointer to help lift Rice 78-66 over Louisiana Tech on Saturday.
Ako Adams and Jack Williams combined for 22 of their 28 points in the second half and Rice rallied to defeat Southern Mississippi 73-65 on Thursday.
Ryan Woolridge scored 24 points, leading four into double figures and North Texas walloped Rice 103-87 on Saturday to open Conference USA play in emphatic fashion.
Mitchell Hahn totaled 18 points and 11 rebounds for his first double-double of the season and Omaha picked up its third straight win with an 83-66 victory over Rice on Friday night.
Chris Mullins had 22 points, Quentin Millora-Brown had his first career double-double and Rice defeated UT-Rio Grande Valley 75-67 on Tuesday night.
JaQuori McLaughlin scored 22 points before fouling out and UC Santa Barbara went 10 for 10 from the free-throw line in overtime to defeat Rice 99-89 on Saturday.
Chris Mullins scored a career-high 24 points, including the go-ahead free throws in the final minute, and Rice turned back Division II St. Edward's 78-73 on Kid's Day Thursday afternoon.
Nick Garth made four-straight free throws in the final seconds to help Lamar hold off Rice 75-68 on Saturday for its first road win this season.
Nijal Pearson made five 3-pointers and scored 25 points to help Texas State roll to a 74-60 victory over Rice on Wednesday night.
Freshman Erik Stevenson came off the bench to score a career-high 21 points and Wichita State rolled to a 90-61 victory over Rice on Sunday.
Yoeli Childs scored a season-high 28 points and BYU rolled to a 105-78 victory over Rice on Wednesday night.
Quentin Millora-Brown had 21 points to go with eight rebounds as Rice dominated the second half to roll over Northwestern State 102-74 on Saturday afternoon.
Armoni Brooks scored 20 points, Corey Davis Jr. added 18 with six assists and Houston held off cross-town rival Rice 79-69 Wednesday night in the 81st meeting.