Northwestern State flashed its aerial attack as the Demons offense moved up and down the field in the first half, but missed scoring opportunities and a strong McNeese second half factored into a 21-7 loss.
The Louisiana College Wildcat men’s basketball team found themselves on the short end of a last-second shot attempt as they lost to the Ozark Eagles in the American Southwest Conference championship game, 74-72.
After coming up 90 seconds short of upsetting one of the top teams in NCAA Division III during the regular season, the Louisiana College men’s basketball team left no doubt in the rematch with #10 Mary Hardin-Baylor, jumping out to a 16-point lead and then closed the game out late to advance to the ASC Championship Game for the first time since 2016 with an 89-72 win over the Crusaders in the semifinals of the 2021 American Southwest Conference Men’s Basketball Championship Tournament Sunday afternoon at Mabee Gymnasium on the campus of the University of the Ozarks.
The Louisiana College men’s basketball team wanted to give its three seniors at least one postseason home game and accomplished that feat by using an 11-0 run to pull away from East Texas Baptist and clinch a home game in the American Southwest Conference Championship Tournament with a near wire-to-wire 76-65 win over the Tigers Saturday afternoon at H.O. West Fieldhouse.