HONOLULU (AP) -- After failing to score a point last month in Las
Vegas, senior forward Julian Sensley scored a career-high 28 points
to lead Hawaii over UNLV 78-72 Tuesday night.
Sensley, who was held scoreless in the Rainbow Warrior's Nov. 22
loss at UNLV, shot 10-of-15 from the field, including 3-of-4 from
Hawaii took a 59-46 lead on a pair of Sensley free throws with
9:07 remaining in the game, but UNLV cut the deficit to 72-66 on a
3-pointer by Jason Petrimoulx with 1:30 left.
Hawaii made key free throws down the stretch to hold off the
Turnovers plagued both teams.
UNLV turned the ball over 21 times and Hawaii 20, but the
Rainbow Warriors made up for it by shooting 51 percent to the
Rebels' 43.1 percent.
Oklahoma State basketball player Tyrek Coger died after a 40-minute team workout on the football stadium stairs in hot weather, university officials said Friday.
Prospective NCAA championship host cities must identify local anti-discrimination laws in a questionnaire being sent out by the college sports governing body.
The Class of 2017 is full of talented big men, but Richards is getting noticed by more programs during the current evaluation period in Las Vegas.