Eli Chuha had a season-high 21 points plus 10 rebounds as New Mexico State extended its winning streak to 10 games, beating Utah Valley 84-77 on Thursday night.
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- 11/6W 73-56
- 11/9W 96-69
- 11/14L 73-58
- 11/17W 98-94
- 11/21ENMW 92-65
- 11/28W 62-58
- 12/1W 69-63
- 12/4W 100-65
- 12/82L 63-60
- 12/17W 74-62
- 12/19W 92-57
- 12/22L 66-63
- 12/23W 75-72
- 12/30W 88-68
- 1/3L 82-76
- 1/10W 77-75
- 1/12W 73-62
- 1/17W 87-60
- 1/19W 83-78
- 1/26W 63-61
- 1/31W 70-54
- 2/2W 83-39
- 2/7W 71-70
- 2/9W 67-64
- 2/14W 84-77
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Eli Chuha registered 15 points and seven rebounds as New Mexico State won its ninth straight game, edging past Grand Canyon 67-64 on Saturday night.
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Trevelin Queen beat the overtime buzzer with a 3-pointer and New Mexico State rallied from a 10-point second-half deficit to defeat Cal State Bakersfield 71-70 on Thursday night.
Terrell Brown scored 19 points with four 3-poiners, Clayton Henry added 12 with four 3s, and New Mexico State routed Chicago State 83-39 on Saturday to win its seventh straight.
Terrell Brown scored 15 points on 6-of-10 shooting, including 3 of 6 from 3-point range, on Thursday night to help New Mexico State beat UMKC 70-54 for its sixth win in a row.
Eli Chuha scored 10 points including a layup with eight seconds to go that gave New Mexico State a 63-61 edge over UT Rio Grande Valley on Saturday night.
Eli Chuha had 20 points and 14 rebounds to lead New Mexico State to an 83-78 victory over Utah Valley on Saturday night.
Eli Chuha had 13 points and 10 rebounds on Thursday night and New Mexico State beat Seattle 87-60.
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