ENMU teams play Texas A&M-Commerce

CNJ staff

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ENMU (4-4) at Texas A&M-Commerce (5-4),
3 p.m. today, in a Lone Star Conference crossover game.
Radio: KSEL-FM 95.3.
On the Net: www.enmusports.com.
Notes: The Lions lost a home crossover game to West Texas A&M 65-64 on Thursday when junior G Moshn Said made three free throws with 1 second left for the Buffaloes (4-5). … Senior G Lamar Searight led Commerce with 23 points, including 11-of-13 free throws, and is pacing the team for the season with 19.7 ppg. … In its last four games, the Lions have lost three times by a combined nine points. … ENMU senior F Mikal Monette leads the team in scoring (18 ppg) and is third in the LSC in FG percentage (56-of-84, 66.7). Senior G Tristan Largent is averaging 15.5 ppg and is third in the league in minutes played (37.1 per game).
ENMU (6-1) at Texas A&M-Commerce (5-6),
1 p.m. today in a Lone Star Conference crossover game.
Radio: KSEL-AM 1450.
On the Net: www.enmusports.com.
Notes: The Zias also started 6-1 last season, capped by a 66-63 win over the Lions at Greyhound Arena. … The Zias blocked nine shots in Thursday’s 77-70 home win over Oklahoma Panhandle State, and now have 33 blocks for the season to four for their opponents. … Sophomore G Brittney Jordan, a transfer who played 30 games for coach Dawn Staley two years ago at Temple, scored 20 points in the Lions’ 63-54 loss on Thursday. … Commerce held preseason South player of the year Emily Brister of WT to seven points, ending her streak of 29 consecutive double-figure scoring games. … Junior G Kanani Mitchell leads Commerce in scoring (15.6 ppg), followed by Jordan (13.8) and junior F Katedria Mosley (13.3).

— Compiled by Dave Wagner