Men’s basketball takes control of the LSC

Orlando Flores Jr.

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Taking control

Corbin Thomas takes the ball to the hole against three Incarnate Word defenders. Thomas had a 13-point, 11-rebound double-double to pace the men’s basketball program to a 67-54 victory over Incarnate Word Jan. 31 at home. The win put the Mustangs at the top of the Lone Star Conference.
Second-chance points proved to be a big factor in the Mustangs’ victory, as the men put back 19 points off 19 offensive rebounds.
Aiding Thomas in the win were Kevin Grayer, who scored a game-high 15 points and dished out six assists, Cam Adderley, who dropped in 11 points of his own, and Derrell Gibbs, who managed to score only three points, but racked up 11 rebounds.
Photo by Lauren Roberts

MSU 67, Incarnate Word 54 | MSU 27  40 – 67; Incarnate Word 23  31 – 54 | MSU (13-5, 9-2) – Kevin Grayer 15, Corbin Thomas 13, Cam Adderley 11, Buttermore 8, D’Haiti 6, Kaster 5, J. Grayer 4, Gibbs 3, Geiser 2; Incarnate Word (12-7, 8-3) – Dionelle Rucker 13, Denzel Livingston 11, Horton 8, Hittle 7, Brown 6, Corley 4, Sumbry 3, Pina 2 | 3-Pointers – MSU 4-14 (Adderley 3-6, Gibbs 1-1, J. Grayer 0-5, D’Haiti 0-1, Geiser 0-1); Incarnate Word 1-8 (Horton 1-4, Hittle 0-2, Livingston 0-1, Brown 0-1) | Free Throws – MSU 11-18; Incarnate Word 15-30

 

Mustangs dominate

Cam Adderly dribbles past Thomas Diaz. Adderly scored a game high 17 points, grabbed five rebounds and dished out four assists.
The men’s basketball program walked out of D.L. Ligon Coliseum with a big 20-point victory over Texas A&M-Kingsville on Feb. 2, outscoring the Javelinas 79-59.
The Mustangs’ bench provided a huge spark for the team, scoring 36 of the team’s total points. Derek Kaster led all players off the bench with 14 points and eight rebounds.
The Mustangs extended their Lone Star Conference lead to two games ahead of second place Cameron with the victory. They now stand at 10-2 in the LSC and 14-5 overall.
Photo by Brianda Morales

MSU 79, Texas A&M-Kingsville 59 | MSU 48  31 – 79; A&M-Kingsville 22  37 – 59 | MSU (14-5, 10-2) – Cam Adderley 17, Derek Kaster 14, Geiser 9, D’Haiti 8, J. Grayer 8, Thomas 7, K. Grayer 7, Gibbs 4, Gallagher 3, Buttermore 2; A&M-Kingsville (9-10, 5-7) – Rashad Basey 14, Dwight Taylor 13, Mughmaw 9, Wallace 6, Bailey 5, Bonds 4, Warren 4, Bracey 4 | 3-Pointers – MSU 8-17 (Adderley 3-5, J. Grayer 2-4, Geiser 1-1, K. Grayer 1-2, Gibbs 1-3); A&M-Kingsville 3-10 (Basey 1-1, Wallace 1-2, Taylor 1-3, Bailey 0-2, Diaz 0-2) | Free Throws – MSU 9-15; A&M-Kingsville 18-26

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