Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Wednesday's WAC hoops roundup

Fresno State took down Southern Methodist 54-52 behind 25 points from soph backcourter Kevin Olekaibe who hit a game-winning trey with 26 seconds remaining. Come WAC play, he just may force his way on to the All-WAC First Team.

Robert Kuwada offers a game report. Robert has also posted a blog entry.

By the way, Nevada fans will recall the name London Giles. In three games so far this season for the Mustangs, he is averaging 11 points per game and that's what he scored against the Bulldogs.


Weber State took down USU 73-63 after jumping to a 42-27 halftime lead.

The Sagebrush gets the lead simply based on the cultural reference in its headline. Randy Hollis, Shawn Harrison and Martin Renzhofer were also present and accounted for in Ogden.

Of course, Craig Peterson has 41 game photos so do check those out.


It's New Mexico State versus New Mexico in The Pit tonight -- Jason Groves has the preview.


Jeff Portnoy looks at Hawaii's Monday night win over Cal State Northridge.


Anthony Ray (a Rivals sub is required) reports that 6-foot-10 Arizona prep Lucas O'Brien has made his choice and it's UT San Antonio. Fresno State was in the mix and what effect, if any, Rodney Terry's signing of 6-foot-9 Tanner Giddings had on O'Brien's decision will remain locked forever in a mayonnaise jar on Funk and Wagnall's front porch.


Per a Diamond Leung tweet, Deuce Johnson has a new home:

"Cal State Fullerton signs JC transfer James Johnson, a former center at Louisiana Tech"

Here's a photo of Casper Community College point Denzel Douglas signing his Idaho LOI:

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