Monthly Archive: November 2015

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Jax State Targets Power Guard Tray Lawson

Tray Lawson (pictured) has Southeastern Louisiana, Southern Miss,” said Northeast Mississippi Community College Head Coach Cord Wright.  “Oregon has contacted us, guys like that.   Jacksonville State.  Those type of guys have reached out...

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TTU Rowe Captures OVC Player of the Week

Monday the Ohio Valley Conference released their weekly honors.  Congratulations to Torrance Rowe, who powered his Golden Eagles to three D1 wins and a single D2 victory.  The following notes were compiled by OVC...

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Buchanan Attracts Murray State Attention

Murray State glided to the Early Signing Period, inked three solid recruits, and never looked back.  With the Class of 2016 full their attention can rightfully shift to the Class of 2017. That is...

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Fourth Win in the Talons

The Morehead State Eagles (4-1) defeated the Southern Miss Golden Eagles (0-4), 61-46, on Saturday afternoon at Johnson Arena.  Despite a poor shooting performance (38% FG) the Eagles buried the glittering visitors. “We didn’t...

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Two Murray State targets in Georgia

Few OVC programs are advancing to their recruiting Class of 2017 already, but the Murray State Racers signed three players this month.  This affords Head Coach Matt McMahon and staff the opportunity to gaze...

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Murray or Martin?

The OVC West is up for grabs this year. With Murray State undergoing a transitional phase (coach and players) their hold on the division has rarely been more vulnerable. Eastern Illinois University and Southeast...

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Playing with Fouls

When Western Kentucky University was charging late, Belmont forward Amanze Egekeze was able to score a rebuttle.  His crafty turn-around layup drew a fifth foul on Ben Lawson, who quickly became the third Hilltopper to...

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Belmont-WKU Halftime React

Belmont is favoring a bigger frontline than usual.  For short stretches they played three players 6-foot-7 or taller.  Evan Bradds is a maintstay, but he shared the floor with Nick Smith (6’8″) and Dylan...