Marshall faces UTEP in CUSA tourney

first_img Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditNo. 11 seed UTEP (17-14, 8-10) vs. No. 6 seed Marshall (16-15, 10-8)Conference USA Conference Tourney First Round, Ford Center at The Star, Frisco, Texas; Wednesday, 9 p.m. EDTBOTTOM LINE: UTEP and Marshall are prepared to square off in the first round of the CUSA tourney. The only meeting between the teams this season came on Feb. 15, when the Thundering Herd outshot UTEP 42.4 percent to 35 percent and hit seven more 3-pointers on the way to a 10-point victory. Marshall faces UTEP in CUSA tourney March 10, 2020 Associated Press center_img BIG MEN ON CAMPUS: Marshall’s Taevion Kinsey has averaged 16.1 points, 4.9 rebounds and 4.2 assists while Jarrod West has put up 14.4 points, four rebounds and 4.1 assists. For the Miners, Bryson Williams has averaged 17.6 points and 7.1 rebounds while Souley Boum has put up 12.9 points.FACILITATING THE OFFENSE: Daryl Edwards has made or assisted on 51 percent of all UTEP field goals over the last three games. Edwards has accounted for 30 field goals and eight assists in those games.WINLESS WHEN: Marshall is 0-6 this year when it scores 66 points or fewer and 16-9 when it scores at least 67.PERFECT WHEN: The Thundering Herd are 5-0 when at least five of their players score 10 or more points and 11-15 when any fewer than that achieve double-figures. The Miners are 10-0 when they score at least 71 points and 7-14 on the year when falling short of 71.DID YOU KNOW: Marshall is ranked ninth in all of Division I with an average of 75.3 possessions per game. The fast-paced Thundering Herd have pushed that total to 77.8 possessions per game over their last five games. ___For more AP college basketball coverage: and was generated by Automated Insights,, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.comlast_img read more

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first_img RelatedWorld Cup nations’ most supportive fans revealed by SkyscannerWorld Cup nations’ most supportive fans revealed by SkyscannerWorld’s 7 best rugby stadiums you have to visitGet set for the Rugby World Cup with our world tour of where to see rugby at its very best.Top 8 places to eat and drink in Leeds for rugby fansWe give the lowdown on the best places to soak up some Rugby World Cup atmosphere in Leeds. With the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand now in full swing, Skyscanner reveals which nations can lay claim to the world’s most dedicated rugby fans.By comparing searches of flights to New Zealand from the competing nations for travel during the Rugby World Cup period, Skyscanner can reveal that the Irish are the world’s most dedicated fans with flight searches from the Emerald Isle to The Land of the Long White Cloud up by 123%.Scottish fans also appear to be heading over in force with a 44% rise, while their English counterparts appear to be staying home, with flight searches from English airports to New Zealand showing no increase in numbers compared to the same period last year. Australians are the second most supportive nation – with an 86% increase in searches. Hoards of Australian rugby fans will make the relatively short journey across the Tasman Sea to see their team compete on their arch rival’s home turf.Fijian (+35%), French (+29%), Italian (+29%), Russian (+28%), Japanese (+17%) and South African (+12%) rugby fans are all showing support of their team and should also be arriving in significant numbers.Sam Baldwin, Skyscanner Travel Editor commented:“International sporting events can bring a huge number of visitors into the host country, and New Zealand will be expecting massively increased numbers this year due to the World Cup Rugby. However it will be interesting to see if the fans’ dedication to supporting their team is reflected by the final standings in the tournament!”World’s Biggest Rugby Fans*1. Ireland +123%2. Australia +86%3. Scotland +44%4. Fiji +35%5. France +29%6. Italy +29%7. Russia +28%8. Japan +17%9. South Africa +12%10. England 0%*Figures are percentage increase in searches to New Zealand for World Cup Rugby Period, compared to searches for the same time period last year. Countries with very small search volumes were not included in the study.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Irish and Scottish rugby fans more supportive than English fans?last_img read more