Memphis 71, Marshall 59
Feb. 16, 2013
MARSHALL POSTGAME NOTES
Memphis (22-3, 11-0 C-USA) 71 - Marshall (11-15, 4-7 C-USA) 59
Cam Henderson Center – 5,856
Series History: Memphis leads 13-2 and 5-2 in Huntington
Moves the Thundering Herd to 10-3 inside the Cam Henderson Center this season.
Makes head coach Tom Herrion 134-79 all-time and 54-41 during his three seasons at MU.
Takes Marshall’s all-time record to 1,394-1,021-2.
Moves Marshall’s all-time Cam Henderson Center record to 348-109 and 40-21 in C-USA games.
Improves the Herd to 16-6 in conference home games under coach Herrion.
Marshall’s halftime deficit of 17 points (43-26) was its largest of the season at home.
Marshall scored the first eight points of the second half. The Herd outscored the Tigers 33-28 in the second half.
Dennis Tinnon had 15 points and 13 rebounds for his seventh double-double of the season, 19th of his career.
Nigel Spikes had two blocked shots, his 11th consecutive game with at least one block.
DeAndre Kane scored 16 points and passed Naismith Memorial Hall of Famer Hal Greer (1,377) for 19th on Marshall’s all-time scoring list. Kane now has 1,390 career points.
Kane was subbed out for the first time in five games. He was taken out at the 13:06 mark of the second half due to injury. He returned three minutes later and played the remainder of the game.