• Yesterday
    Tougaloo at
    71
    Stillman College
    100
  • Yesterday
    Xavier at
    74
    Dillard
    87
    Bleu Devil Classic
  • Yesterday
    Talladega at
    89
    SUNO
    70
  • Wednesday, Feb 15
    Stillman College at
    72
    Xavier
    54
  • Monday, Feb 13
    Dillard at
    88
    Philander Smith
    94
  • Monday, Feb 13
    Xavier at
    58
    SUNO
    55
  • Monday, Feb 13
    Edward Waters at
    68
    Talladega
    75
  • Saturday, Feb 11
    SUNO at
    57
    Philander Smith
    80
  • Saturday, Feb 11
    Talladega at
    76
    Dillard
    108
  • Saturday, Feb 11
    Edward Waters at
    84
    Tougaloo
    94
  • Thursday, Feb 9
    Talladega at
    69
    Philander Smith
    89
    Postponed due to inclement weather
  • Thursday, Feb 9
    Concordia College Selma at
    69
    Xavier
    66
  • Wednesday, Feb 8
    Concordia College Selma at
    76
    Dillard
    81
  • Monday, Feb 6
    Dillard at
    100
    Edward Waters
    70
  • Monday, Feb 6
    Tougaloo at
    70
    Talladega
    86
  • Monday, Feb 6
    Philander Smith at
    70
    Xavier
    62
  • Saturday, Feb 4
    Xavier at
    (OT) 65
    Edward Waters
    61
    5 p.m. EST
  • Saturday, Feb 4
    SUNO at
    85
    Dillard
    89
  • Saturday, Feb 4
    Philander Smith at
    85
    Tougaloo
    89
  • Tuesday, Jan 31
    Philander Smith at
    79
    Bacone College
    71
Men's Basketball
Men's Basketball - Tue, Nov. 27, 2012
New Orleans, LA - William Carey entered "The Castle" riding a season-opening 5 game winning streak, including a victory over 19th ranked Xavier.  They left with their first loss after a 76-69 loss at the hands of the SUNO Knights.  SUNO got off to a fast start behind the hot shooting of Merlin Walker and Jared Lewis along with a heavy dose of Anthony Turner in the paint.  The trio combined for 12 of the Knights' 16 first half baskets, helping SUNO to a 41-30 advantage at the intermission.The Crusaders worked their way back into the game early in the second half, capitalizing on a suddenly-cold Knights offense.  SUNO, however never relinquished the lead thanks to the play of Joshua Major who went 5-7 from the field in the second half including 3 three-point baskets on his way to leading all scorers with 18 points.  William Carey made a final push to tie the score at 65 with just over three minutes to play, but SUNO head coach Dale Valdery put the ball in the hands of Kevin Dukes who scored seven of SUNO's final 11 points as the Knights defense stiffened to finally put the game away.

SUNO improves to 4-1 on the season.  They take on Spring Hill at home on December 8th.