No. 11 Buffs blow past Mustangs 99-55

The No. 11 West Texas A&M men's basketball team started strong and never looked back as it tallied a 99-55 victory over visiting Western New Mexico Saturday afternoon.  All 11 players who played for the Buffs scored as four Buffs were in double figures led by a career-high 23 points from sophomore Drew Evans.

For the half, the Buffs shot 16 of 33 from the field for 48.5 percent, while going nine of 22 from beyond the arc (.409), but were just three of eight from the line.

Evans had a game-high nine points to that point as eight different Buffs scored in the half.

WT held WNMU to just 22.9 percent shooting on eight of 35, while the Mustangs were just one of nine from beyond the arc and four of nine from the line.
WNMU held a 27-24 lead in rebounding and 9-3 on the offensive end, but led just 4-3 in second chance points.

WT forced eight turnovers in the half and had just three, leading 13-0 in points off turnovers.

The Buffs shot 48 percent for the game on 36 of 75, while going 15 of 42 from beyond the arc and 12 of 20 from the line.

WT had 51 rebounds, to 50 for the Mustangs, as WNMU was just 16 of 65 from the field for 24.6 percent, while going just three of 23 from beyond the arc and 20 of 33 from the line.

Evans was eight of 11 from the field, two of five from beyond the arc and five of five from the line, while Quaid had 15 points and eight rebounds.Evans added 13 points and eight rebounds, while Chavlovich had 12 points on four triples.

Jon-Reese Woodson had 10 points and 12 rebounds for the Mustangs and Jordan Enriquez added 10 points.Leading scorer Latrell Spivey didn't score in the game nor attempt a field goal as he entered averaging over 12 points per game.

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