NCAA Basketball

BYU Cougars (22-12)


Thu. 2/23 Sat. 2/25 Sat. 3/4 Mon. 3/6 Wed. 3/15
@ Por 
W 97-78
Box | Recap
@ Gonz 
W 79-71
Box | Recap
vs. LyMnt 
W 89-81
Box | Recap
@ StMry 
L 50-81
Box | Recap
vs. Tx-Ar 
L 89-105
Box | Recap

Charles scores career-high 28 in UTA's 105-89 win over BYU

PROVO, Utah (AP) Drew Charles made five 3-pointers and scored a career-high 28 points and UT Arlington beat BYU 105-89 on Wednesday night in a first-round NIT game.

The sixth-seeded Mavericks (26-8), regular-season champions of the Sun Belt Conference, will host seventh-seeded Akron on Monday in the second round. The Zips beat Houston 78-75 on Wednesday,

Kaelon Wilson and Kevin Hervey added 20 points each for UTA, which led 62-55 at halftime after shooting 63 percent and finished at 55 percent in reaching their second-highest point total this season.

 MORE
Leaders
Points: E. Mika20.3
Rebounds: E. Mika9.2
Assists: T. Haws3.2
FG%: E. Mika52.8%
FT%: T. Haws78.7%
3P%: T. Haws40.4%
Steals: N. Emery1.6
Blocks: E. Mika1.9
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Villanova32-4
2 Gonzaga35-1
3 Kansas31-4
4 Arizona32-5
5 Kentucky32-5
6 North Carolina30-7
7 Duke28-9
8 UCLA31-5
9 Oregon32-5
10 Louisville25-9
View Complete Poll
Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Villanova32-4
2 Gonzaga35-1
3 Kansas31-4
4 Arizona32-5
5 Kentucky32-5
6 UCLA31-5
7 Duke28-9
8 North Carolina30-7
9 Oregon32-5
10 Louisville25-9
View Complete Poll
West Coast Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
2 Gonzaga 17-1 36-1
22 Saint Mary's 16-2 29-5
BYU 12-6 22-12
San Francisco 10-8 20-13
Santa Clara 10-8 17-16
Loyola Marymount 8-10 15-15
San Diego 6-12 13-18
Pepperdine 5-13 9-22
Pacific 4-14 11-22
Portland 2-16 11-22
View Full Standings
Offense (Rank)
Points: 80.6 (29)
Rebounds: 10.7 (151)
Assists: 15.7 (43)
FG%: 45.6% (103)
FT%: 73.3% (77)
3P%: 34.4% (208)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 74.3 (226)
Rebounds: 31.1 (1)
Assists: 14.2 (257)
FG%: 41.6% (57)
FT%: 64.5% (2)
3P%: 32.4% (50)
Sports Data Powered by STATS © 2017 by STATS.
Any commercial use or distribution without the express written consent of STATS is strictly prohibited.