C.J. Burks had 20 points as Marshall narrowly beat Middle Tennessee 98-93 on Saturday.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/7W 105-77
- 11/11W 76-72
- 11/14W 98-75
- 11/19W 95-71
- 11/23L 104-67
- 11/28W 84-64
- 12/1L 101-84
- 12/5L 93-82
- 12/8L 75-74
- 12/10W 76-64
- 12/15W 75-74
- 12/22L 92-68
- 12/314L 100-64
- 1/3W 70-67
- 1/5W 85-84
- 1/12W 70-69
- 1/17W 96-84
- 1/19W 105-97
- 1/21L 68-59
- 1/24L 89-80
- 1/26L 101-51
- 1/31W 91-86
- 2/2L 116-106
- 2/7L 78-51
- 2/9L 74-69
- 2/14L 77-68
- 2/16W 98-93
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Makhtar Gueye recorded 19 points and 11 rebounds as UAB beat Marshall 77-68 on Thursday night. Lewis Sullivan added 16 points and 10 rebounds for the Blazers.
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Chris Mullins had 12 points to lead five Rice players in double figures as the Owls narrowly defeated Marshall 74-69 on Saturday night.
Roosevelt Smart and Umoja Gibson combined to score 39 points as North Texas ran away from Marshall in the second half to post its 20th win of the season, a 78-51 victory on Thursday night.
Keaton Wallace scored a career-high 45 points, Jhivvan Jackson added 30 and each knocked down contested 3-pointers in overtime as UTSA rallied from 18 points behind to defeat Marshall 116-106 Saturday night, clawing past the Thundering Herd into a...
Jon Elmore made almost half of Marshall's field goals as he totaled a career-high 44 points to help the Thundering Herd get past UTEP 91-86 on Thursday night and halt a three-game skid.
LaDavious Draine had 18 points and Southern Mississippi opened the game with a 31-6 run and never looked back, nearly doubling up Marshall 101-51 on Saturday.
DaQuan Bracey had 25 points, six rebounds and six assists and Louisiana Tech defeated Marshall 89-80 in overtime on Thursday night.
Josh Anderson scored 25 points with five steals, Charles Bassey had 17 points and a season-high 17 rebounds for his eighth double-double of his freshman season and Western Kentucky handed Marshall its first conference loss of the season, 68-59 on...
C.J. Burks matched his season high, scoring 30 points and Marshall held on to edge Florida International 105-97 on Saturday night.
C.J. Burks matched a season high with 30 points, Jon Elmore added 29 points and Marshall beat Florida Atlantic 96-84 on Thursday night to remain undefeated in Conference USA play.
While W.Va. Gov. Jim Justice says a tentative sports betting agreement has been reached, the casino industry is saying he "jumped the gun."
No. 16 seed UMBC is in uncharted territory. And history doesn't bode well for No. 13 seed Marshall. But both teams already have defied big odds to reach the second round. What's one more win?
UMBC pulled the upset of upsets in the opening round. Do the Retrievers -- or any of the lower seeds -- plan on a second act?
West Virginia and Marshall played every year for almost 40 years in Charleston, and some hard feelings lingered after the series was canceled.
The Thundering Herd became the second No. 13 seed in as many days to pull off a major upset, holding off the No. 4-seeded Shockers down the stretch.
After 20 games, just 347 of our 17.3 million brackets remain perfect due in large part to Marshall's surprising win over Wichita State.
ESPN Stats and Information
(13) Marshall beats (4) Wichita State to pick up the first NCAA Tournament win in school history as Jon Elmore matches a school NCAA Tournament record with 27 points (Cebe Price in 1956). The last Marshall player to score 25 or more points in the NCAA Tournament was Mike D'Antoni in 1972. Mike's brother Dan now coaches Marshall. Oh, Mike coaches, too.
Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer
No. 13 Marshall wins outright 81-75 over No. 4 Wichita State as a 13-point underdog. Wow. Biggest upset of the tourney so far.
Kyle Bonagura ESPN Staff Writer
Marshall is giving Wichita State all it can handle here in San Diego, but this might only be a preview of what is to come from the Thundering Herd. They'll return their top nine scorers next season.
Reigning champ North Carolina and trendy favorite Michigan State begin their tournament runs, while New Mexico State, Butler and Murray State look to become this year's Cinderellas.