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Default February 1939

February 1939

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  Date        Opponent                     Record  RPI  Result  Score       Record
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  11/11/38    Grand Canyon                   2-26  332       L  54-43          0-1
  11/15/38    at Maryland-Eastern Shore      5-24  334       L  62-46          0-2
  11/19/38    at SIU-Edwardsville            4-26  279       W  43-41          1-2
  11/22/38    at North Carolina Central      6-23  329       W  55-45          2-2
  11/25/38    Omaha                          1-28  345       W  49-42          3-2
  11/29/38    at Northern Kentucky           0-29  314       W  56-52          4-2
  12/03/38    at NJIT                        5-25  291       L  61-56          4-3
  12/07/38    UMass Lowell                   4-25  316       W  64-55          5-3
  12/12/38    at Bryant                      7-22  255       L  61-51          5-4
  12/17/38    North Dakota                   7-20  265       L  51-46          5-5
  12/21/38    at Nicholls                    4-24  305       L  54-43    5-6 (0-1)
  12/24/38    at Howard                     10-19  220       L  64-38          5-7
  12/28/38    at Stephen F. Austin           19-8  139       L  49-44    5-8 (0-2)
  12/31/38    New Orleans                    6-21  350       W  50-42    6-8 (1-2)
  01/04/39    Northwestern State            14-13  312       W  60-49    7-8 (2-2)
  01/07/39    at Sam Houston State           26-2  127       L  60-44    7-9 (2-3)
  01/14/39    Central Arkansas               9-18  245       W  53-43    8-9 (3-3)
  01/21/39    Southeastern Louisiana        12-15  261       L  45-42   8-10 (3-4)
  01/25/39    at McNeese                    16-11  214       L  53-36   8-11 (3-5)
  01/28/39    at Houston Baptist             3-25  335       W  70-47   9-11 (4-5)
  02/01/39    at New Orleans                 6-21  350       W  61-52  10-11 (5-5)
  02/04/39    Nicholls                       4-24  305       W  56-53  11-11 (6-5)
  02/08/39    Sam Houston State              26-2  127       L  65-51  11-12 (6-6)
  02/11/39    Stephen F. Austin              19-8  139       L  77-37  11-13 (6-7)
  02/15/39    at Southeastern Louisiana     12-15  261       W  54-50  12-13 (7-7)
  02/22/39    at Central Arkansas            9-18  245       L  73-39  12-14 (7-8)
  02/25/39    Incarnate Word                 2-25  313       L  59-56  12-15 (7-9)
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 TEAM                             CW  CL    Pct   W   L   Pct  RPI  Prestige
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 Sam Houston State Bearkats       16   0  1.000  26   2  .929  127        41
 Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks    13   3   .813  19   8  .704  139        53
 Lamar Cardinals                  12   4   .750  16  11  .593  218        29
 McNeese Cowboys                  12   4   .750  16  11  .593  214        25
 TAMU-Corpus Christi Islanders    11   5   .688  17  10  .630  276        34
 Southeastern Louisiana Lions      8   8   .500  12  15  .444  261        29
 Abilene Christian Wildcats        7   9   .438  12  15  .444  351         0
 Northwestern State Demons         6  10   .375  14  13  .519  312        28
 Central Arkansas Bears            6  10   .375   9  18  .333  245         7
 New Orleans Privateers            5  11   .313   6  21  .222  350         4
 Nicholls Colonels                 4  13   .235   4  24  .143  305        16
 Houston Baptist Huskies           3  14   .176   3  25  .107  335         4
 Incarnate Word Cardinals          2  14   .125   2  25  .074  313         0
February 1, 1939

Abilene Christian (9-11) vs. New Orleans (4-15)

Final Score: Abilene Christian - 61, New Orleans - 52. We only committed 7 turnovers in this one and got a huge road win to move us to .500 in conference play this season. So far we have had some rough games but we have exceeded my expectations in conference play! Michael Martinez was the player of the game with 15 points and 7 rebounds. James Reuter had 13 points and we finished strong to end up with the victory.

Team News

Unfortunately Michael Rodriguez was injured in the New Orleans game and suffered a broken foot. He will be out for 56 days which looks like it will be for the remainder of the season. Henry Kozak will replace him in the lineup and that loss is a big blow to the rest of our season.

February 4, 1939

Nicholls (3-17) vs. Abilene Christian (10-11)

Final Score: Nicholls - 53, Abilene Christian - 56 in OVERTIME! Tom Johnson hit a 3 with 16 seconds left to tie this one and send us to overtime at 45 apiece. This one was our first overtime game of the year and was a thriller! We could have secured the win easily in overtime but our free throw shooting really let us down as we went 17-28 in the game from the line. Nickolas Toy had 15 points with 5 rebounds and Michael Martinez had 10 points and 6 rebounds. We only turned the ball over 10 times which is pretty impressive since this game included an overtime. This win gets us back to a .500 overall record on the season and gives us a winning record in conference play! Also the 3 game win streak is a nice look.

February 8, 1939

Sam Houston State (20-2) vs. Abilene Christian (11-11)

Final Score: Sam Houston State - 65, Abilene Christian - 51. We got out to an early 12 point lead which was surprising but we were unable to keep the lead. Until the final 2 minutes we were never down by more than 7 points and this one was a lot closer than the final scoreline shows. Michael Martinez had 12 points and 8 rebounds while James Reuter had 9 points and 5 boards. The bench had 15 points in this one and were huge in keeping us in the game.

February 11, 1939

Stephen F. Austin (15-7) vs. Abilene Christian (11-12)

Final Score: Stephen F. Austin - 77, Abilene Christian - 37. We had 18 turnovers in this one but we were thoroughly outclassed in every aspect of the game. Stephen F. Austin only made 6 more shots than us but attempted 45 free throws. Jonathan Philip had 10 points and Michael Martinez had 8. Hopefully we can right the ship in the second half of the month after these two losses to good teams.

February 15, 1939

Abilene Christian (11-13) vs. Southeastern Louisiana (9-14)

Final Score: Abilene Christian - 54, Southeastern Louisiana - 50. Jonathan Philip led the team with 15 points while James Reuter had 11 and Nickolas Toy had 10. Henry Kozak led the team with 9 rebounds. This was the bounceback win we needed!

February 22, 1939

Abilene Christian (12-13) vs. Central Arkansas (8-17)

Final Score: Abilene Christian - 39, Central Arkansas - 73. We started out slow in this one as we it took 11 minutes for us to score our first points and make our deficit 16-2 and it never got any better from there. We had 15 turnovers and 17 rebounds to their 34. Jonathan Philip had 10 points and nobody else had more than 6 as we were humbled by a very bad Central Arkansas team. Nickolas Toy also sprained his ankle and is day-to-day for a week.

February 25, 1939

Incarnate Word (1-25) vs. Abilene Christian (12-14)

Final Score: Incarnate Word - 59, Abilene Christian - 56. Man this was brutal. I'm trying to remind myself that this is a throwaway season but taking tough losses to bad teams still hurts. Foul trouble has been what has killed us these past few games as Incarnate Word shot 35 free throws in this one. James Reuter tried to win this one for us with 21 points and Michael Martinez had 10 points and 7 rebounds.

Overall Record: 12-15
Conference Record: 7-9
Home Record: 6-6
Road Record: 6-9
Ranking: NR
RPI: 351

Season Stats

PPG

SG Jonathan Philip - 9.6
SF James Reuter - 7.4
PG Nickolas Toy - 7.1

RPG

PF Michael Rodriguez - 8.3
C Michael Martinez - 5.0
SG Jonathan Philip - 3.6

APG

SG Jonathan Philip - 1.6
PG Nickolas Toy - 1.6
C Michael Martinez - 1.1

Recruiting News

PF Michael Mitchell has committed to play for Abilene Christian next season! Mitchell is a Junior College player from Andrews, TX who will not factor into the offensive gameplan but will be a huge presence on the defensive side of the ball.
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