Texans return to LSC action at Cameron, MSU Texas

THE GAMES
Tarleton men’s basketball starts back Lone Star Conference play on the road against Cameron and MSU Texas. The Texans will travel to Lawton, Oklahoma on Jan. 3 for a 7:30 p.m. matchup with the Aggies and then travel to Wichita Falls to take on MSU Texas on Jan. 5 at 4 p.m.

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THE BROADCAST
Each game will have a live radio broadcast presented by the Tarleton Sports Network presented by North Texas Ford Dealers. The Voice of the Texans Byron Anderson will have the call for Tarleton basketball this season. The radio broadcast can be heard on KTRL 90.5 FM in Stephenville and surrounding areas or online at TarletonSports.com/ListenLive.

ABOUT TARLETON:
The Texans are 10-2 overall and 1-1 in the LSC on the season while riding a four-game win streak. The Texans are averaging 78.2 points per game while holding teams to 69.1 points. The Texans shoot 49.5 percent from the floor and 40.7 percent on 3-pointers. Tarleton has three players averaging double figures with Josh Hawley leading all players with 17.5 points. Corinthian Ramsey averages 14.1 points and Randall Broddie puts up 11.5 points a night. Hawley leads the LSC in scoring and rebounds with 10.6 rebounds and has six double-doubles in 12 games.

ABOUT CAMERON:
Cameron enters the weekend 4-8 overall and 0-2 in the LSC. The Aggies are 3-2 at home this season. Cameron is averaging 78.7 points and giving up 80.5 to opponents. CU has three players averaging double figures in points, led by Zach Dumas’ 17.3 points. Tyus Momoh follows with 12 points and leads the team with 3.8 assists.

INSIDE THE SERIES: CAMERON
Tarleton and Cameron are meeting for the 39th time since the two teams first played in 1994. Tarleton leads the series 29-9 and have won two straight over the Aggies. The Texans are 10-7 all time in Lawton.

ABOUT MSU TEXAS:
MSU Texas enters the weekend 4-8 overall and 0-2 in the LSC. MSU is 2-3 at home and coming off a 77-70 loss to NAIA Science & Arts. The Mustangs average 75.1 points while giving up 77.8 points to opponents. MSU has three players averaging double figures in points, led by JaJuan Starks’ 15.3 points.

INSIDE THE SERIES: MSU TEXAS
Tarleton and MSU Texas are meeting for the 57th time since they first played in 1989. The Texans lead the series 29-27 and have won five straight over the Mustangs. The five straight wins is the most consecutive wins in the series history and no team has won six straight against the other. Tarleton is 13-13 in Wichita Falls.

UP NEXT FOR TARLETON
The Texans will travel to Commerce to take on Texas A&M-Commerce on Thursday, Jan. 10 at 7 p.m.

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