Red Wolves Capture Share of Sun Belt West Title
JONESBORO (2/26/11) – A lot was on the line for the Red Wolves men’s basketball team as they took the floor against instate rival UALR Saturday afternoon in front of a crowd of 5,836 fans at the Convocation Center. An undefeated home record, a share of the Sun Belt West title and bragging rights over instate rival UALR all hung in the balance and the Red Wolves produced, picking up a 71-63 win over the Trojans and solidifying a No. 1 seed in the upcoming Sun Belt Conference men’s basketball tournament.

The win completed an undefeated mark at the Convocation Center for the first time since the 1990-91 season as the Red Wolves improved to 13-0 at home. They finished regular season action at 17-14 and posted their second-consecutive winning SBC record at 11-5.

Oh my 11! Cajuns take SBC West Title
LAFAYETTE, La. - Louisiana's Ragin' Cajuns captured a share of the Sun Belt Conference West Division championship on Saturday evening by defeating ULM by a final score of 61-46.

Louisiana (14-14, 11-5) has now won 11 straight games, the second longest active winning streak in the nation. In the process, the Cajuns won 10 straight Sun Belt Conference games, which sets a new school record for consecutive SBC victories.

North Texas Men's Basketball Wins On Senior Night
DENTON, Texas (2/26/11) - For its last home game, the North Texas men's basketball team had one of its most convincing wins in a 63-41 victory against Denver on Saturday night at the Super Pit.

The Mean Green improves to 18-10 and 7-8 in the conference, while Denver falls to 13-16 and 9-7 in the Sun Belt. North Texas is now 10-2 at home against Denver and 15-9 overall in the series.

Blue Raiders Shakedown Rival Western Kentucky in Seniors' Home Finale
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - Middle Tennessee's seniors ended their careers a perfect 4-0 against rival Western Kentucky with a 57-39 win on Senior Night at Murphy Center.

Honored in a pregame ceremony for their contributions during their time in blue, the four players gave the 4,912 fans in attendance quite a show against the Hilltoppers. Senior James Washington ended the night with eight points and seven assists. The St. Louis, native connected with sophomore JT Sulton for five buckets in the first four-and-a-half minutes of play.

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