ENMU basketball capsules — Jan. 8

Men

Cameron (6-5) at ENMU (6-5)

When: 7:30 p.m. today Greyhound Arena in the Lone Star Conference opener for both teams.

Radio: none.

Last year: The teams split their LSC matchups, each winning at home.

Last time out: Cameron beat South Dakota School of Mines and Technology 55-53 at home on Sunday. The Greyhounds played two games at Mines last week in Rapid City, S.D., beating the Hardrockers 68-63 on New Year’s Day and routing Johnson & Wales (Colo.) 85-56 the following day.

Of note: Cameron is looking for just its third win at Greyhound Arena since 1993. … Aggies leaders are 6-foot-5 senior G Will Cook (15.4 ppg, 7.7 rpg), 5-11 senior PG Craig Foster (15.4 ppg, 4.5 apg) and 6-4 junior G Henry Desmond (11.1 ppg). … Cameron is coming in on its first two-game winning streak of the season. The Aggies have also lost two in a row just once. … Nate Gamet, a CU assistant since 2008, was named in March to replace Wade Alexander as the program’s 11th head coach since becoming a four-year school in 1968.

 

Women

Cameron (8-2) at ENMU (2-7)

When: 5:30 p.m. today Greyhound Arena in the Lone Star Conference opener for both teams.

Radio: none.

Last year: The teams split their LSC matchups, each winning at home by five points.

Last time out: The Aggies beat Brevard (Fla.) 76-55 on Dec. 21 in a weekend event at Alaska-Anchorage. ENMU returned from the holiday layoff on Monday night, losing to 12-1 Lubbock Christian 84-52 at Greyhound Arena.

Of note: Monday’s loss was the first at home for the Zias (2-1). … Junior F Jasmine Johnson, who had career bests of 30 points and 11 rebounds against LCU, raised her season’s scoring average nearly three points and now leads the Zias (10.8 ppg). … The Aggies are coming off a 5-21 season in 2012-13 (4-16 LSC). Four of their wins this season are by at least 20 points. … Leading scorers for Cameron are 5-6 junior G Jazzmine Robinson (11.3 ppg) and 5-8 senior G Chelsea Stamp (10.8 ppg). Robinson, a junior college transfer, also leads the team in rebounding (6.5 rpg) while Stamp set a school record for 3-pointers in a season last year with 65.

 

— Compiled by Dave Wagner