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Games of the Day

Men’s Games of the Day

4pm: 9 Faulkner vs 10 LSU Shreveport

This was going to be our Game of the Week, but we elected to go with a conference matchup later in the week instead. Still going to be must watch tv on this one! Shreveport, with an entire new roster, has looked great early on. Faulkner, led by All-American, CJ Hines, has looked tough as well! The Battle at the Beach has some great matchups over the next couple of days, but this one may top them all as it’s a Top 10 matchup between two teams we could see in Kansas City!

7:30pm: 25 Xavier (LA) @ Dillard

A crosstown showdown in the Big Easy! Two teams that are okay with playing in the low to mid 70’s. XULA is coming back off of a long road trip to Virgina, so we will see if they have their legs under them for this one! These New Orleans teams always seem to have great battles with city bragging rights on the line!

Women’s Game of the Day

5:30pm: 14 Loyola @ Louisiana Christian

Louisiana Christian comes in at 2-1 this season. They lost a close road game to William Carey but are coming off of a 25pt win over Tougaloo. Loyola is going to be a step up in competition here though. The Wolf Pack have looked great in the early parts of the season and are road tested. They are, coming off of short rest though and are in the middle of a bit of a crazy four game road trip that actually ends tomorrow against LSU Alexandria.


Conference Games




Non-Conference Games

Battle at the Beach (Men)

Watch Live

2pm

21 Florida College vs Missouri Baptist

4pm

9 Faulkner vs 10 LSU Shreveport

6pm

MACU vs RV Loyola



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