Saint Louis Defeats TCU, 56-48

Femi Ibikunle of Nigeria yells as he reaches for a loose basketball in front of Saint Louis' Izik Ohanon.

Femi Ibikunle of Nigeria yells as he reaches for a loose basketball in front of Saint Louis' Izik Ohanon.

Jan. 22, 2005

Final Stats

ST. LOUIS (AP) - Reggie Bryant hit two key 3-point shots as Saint Louis beat TCU 56-48 Saturday night.

Bryant made his first 3-pointer with the score tied at 36, then passed to Dwayne Polk for a 3 and followed with another himself as the Billikens (5-12, 3-2 CUSA) took a 46-40 lead with 4:19 left.

Ian Vouyoukas and Izik Ohanon followed with inside baskets as Saint Louis went up 51-42 with 1:57 left, and the Billikens made five free throws down the stretch.

Corey Santee led TCU (13-6, 3-2) with 17 points.

Saint Louis took an early 16-8 lead on consecutive 3s by Anthony Drejaj, but TCU led 24-21 at halftime.

Bryant and Ohanon both finished with 12 points to lead Saint Louis, which won consecutive games for the first time this season. Vouyoukas had a game-high nine rebounds.


 

 


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