Jan. 30, 2013
Final Stats |
MARSHALL POSTGAME NOTES
SMU (12-10, 2-5 C-USA) 68 - Marshall (9-12, 2-4 C-USA) 57
Cam Henderson Center - 5,407
Marshall Starters (Career/Season): Dennis Tinnon (54/19), Nigel Spikes (53/20), D.D. Scarver (21/21), Elijah Pittman (18/18), DeAndre Kane (82/15)
Series History: Marshall leads 8-1 and 3-1 and Huntington
Drops the Thundering Herd to 8-2 inside the Henderson Center this season.
Makes head coach Tom Herrion 132-76 all-time and 52-38 during his three seasons at MU.
Takes Marshall's all-time record to 1,392-1,017-2.
Moves Marshall's all-time Henderson Center record to 346-108 and 38-20 in C-USA home games.
Drops the Herd to 14-5 in conference home games under coach Herrion.
A three pointer by D.D. Scarver to start to game extended the Herd's streak of games with a made three pointer to 700, believed to be the nation's 11th longest streak.
Marshall swatted eight SMU shots, tying its second most this season (District of Columbia).
The Herd is now 0-6 this season when it scores 60 or less points.
MU fell to 2-11 this season when trailing to the opponent at the half this season.
Marshall was outrebounded 41-35 and dropped its season record to when its outrebounded to 1-8 and 5-21 in Herrion's three years.
D.D. Scarver has made a three point basket in all 21 games of his MU career.
Scarver ended the game with 15 points, the 18th time out of his 21 career games he has scored 10 or more in the green and white.
Additionally, Scarver had two three pointers, moving to 23rd in the MU record for single-season 3-point field goals made with 50 on the season.
Dennis Tinnon collected a game-high 17 rebounds, the second highest total of his career and most this season.
Tinnon's double-digit rebounds give him 30 career games with 10 or more rebounds and 10 this season.
Elijah Pittman scored 15 points, giving him double-digit points in 16 of his 21 career games in a Herd uniform.
DeAndre Kane scored 13 points, giving him six straight games with double-digit points and 71 career games with at least 10 points.
Kane jumped one spot, to 21st, in career points with 1,326. He is tied with Bill Toothman (1945-49).