#Southland

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2018-19 Abilene Christian MBB Preview

Abilene Christian returns four of its top five scorers from a year ago, led by the Three J’s – Jalone Friday, Jaylen Franklin and Jaren Lewis – who combined to average nearly 37 points a game last season.

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2018-19 State of Texas Men's Basketball

After two decades of missing March Madness, TCU broke through to reach the NCAA Tournament as an at-large team. The Horned Frogs were one-and-done, losing in the first round to Syracuse. The school has made back-to-back NCAAs just once in school history and that is in the early 1950s.

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2018-19 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi MBB Season Preview

For Texas A&M-Corpus Christi to steer a turnaround campaign, newcomers will have to play a prominent role. Veteran coach Willis Wilson has five transfers on his roster in the hope for better results following last season’s 11-18 mark that included an 8-10 showing in the Southland Conference.

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2018-19 Houston Baptist MBB Season Preview

The anchors are in place in post Josh Ibarra, who was limited to nine games due to injury, and senior point guard Braxton Bonds, the catalyst. The Huskies will continue to push the ball and are expanding the role of sophomore Ian DuBose, the only Husky to start every game.

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2018-19 UIW WBB Season Preview

Imani Robinson does just about everything for the University of the Incarnate Word women’s basketball team.  She scores.  She rebounds.  She plays defense.  About the only thing she hasn’t done is lead UIW to the Southland Conference tournament.  But that could change this year.

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2018-19 UIW MBB Season Preview

Carson Cunningham took over a two-win team at NAIA-level Carroll College, in Helena, Montana and led the Fighting Saints to 108 victories in five years, including three straight trips to the NAIA playoffs. Now he’s in his first NCAA Division I job at UIW, hoping to turn around the fortunes of a team that finished 7-21 last season.

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2018-19 Abilene Christian WBB Season Preview

After winning back-to-back Southland Conference titles, a young Abilene Christian University women’s basketball team struggled last season, finishing 16-14 overall. But coach Julie Goodenough believes a year’s experience will make all the difference this season, with one senior and six juniors on the roster, including a pair of transfers who are expected to be in the starting lineup

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2018-19 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi MBB Season Preview

For Texas A&M-Corpus Christi to steer a turnaround campaign, newcomers will have to play a prominent role. Veteran coach Willis Wilson has five transfers on his roster in the hope for better results following last season’s 11-18 mark that included an 8-10 showing in the Southland Conference.