The Arkansas Tech Wonder Boys will travel to Magnolia for their next game, as the Wonder Boys take on Southern Arkansas, at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 15.
In last weekend’s match up, the Wonder Boys set a school record for most three-pointers made in a single game. The Wonder Boys were on fire, hitting 20 three-pointers against the Oklahoma Baptist Bisons.
The Bisons started off strong in the first half as they led 9-8 at the 16:38 minute mark. The Wonder Boys responded with a 17-2 run, capped by Montrell Williams, from Rocky Mount, North Carolina, hitting a fade away jumper. With twelve minutes remaining in the opening half, the Wonder Boys were up fourteen points, 25-11.
Alex Brown, from Vernon, Florida, sparked a 20-5 run. Brown hit six three‑pointers in the first half.
The Wonder Boys lead 55-32 going into half time. The Wonder Boys hit twelve three-pointers, shooting 52.17 percent from behind the arc in the first half.
Coming out at half time, the Bisons went on 5-2 but the Wonder Boys answered with an 8-0 run. Six of those points came from behind the arc. The Wonder Boys quickly took their largest lead of the game, 65-28. The Bisons would eventually lose this game as the Wonder offense was too much to handle.
Arkansas Tech moves to 9-8 in conference play; the Wonder Boys are currently tied for fifth in the Great American Conference standings.
Brown set a new school record and Great American Conference record for most three-pointers in a single game with 12 threes. Brown went 12-for-20 from behind the arc. Brown finished with a monstrous double-double with 41 points and 10 rebounds.
RJ Glasper, from Forrest City, fell three rebounds shy of posting a triple-double as he finished the day with ten points, a career-high 12 assists and seven rebounds.