Men's Basketball

Wyoming Returns Home to Face Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Monday Night

Wyoming junior Brandon Ewing is now 25th all-time on the Wyoming career scoring chart.<br>

Wyoming junior Brandon Ewing is now 25th all-time on the Wyoming career scoring chart.

Nov. 26, 2007

LARAMIE, Wyo. -

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After playing three consecutive road games, the Wyoming Cowboys return home on Monday, Nov. 26 to host the Arkansas-Pine Bluff Golden Lions in a 7 p.m. contest. Wyoming will enter Monday's game with a 2-2 record. UAPB is 1-3 on the season.

The two teams have played each other only one previous time. Wyoming won that first meeting on Nov. 19, 2001, in Laramie by 20 points, 94-74.

The two teams have played one common opponent thus far this season - Wichita State. Both UW and UAPB lost on the road at Wichita State - Wyoming by a score of 63-75, Arkansas-Pine Bluff by a 56-61 final.

Arkansas-Pine Bluff's one win this season came over Louisiana Tech of the Western Athletic Conference. UAPB defeated La. Tech 67-54 in Pine Bluff, Ark.. That was the Golden Lions' most recent game prior to traveling to Laramie. In addition to UAPB's road loss to Wichita State, it has also lost on the road at UTEP, 50-77, and at TCU, 57-73.

Wyoming junior point guard Brandon Ewing scored 10 points vs. Wichita State last Saturday, to improve his career scoring total to 1,107 career points and move into 25th place on the Wyoming career scoring chart.

Ewing needs only 16 more points to pass, HL Coleman (1,122 points from 1994-97) for 24th place and needs only 17 to pass Dick Sherman (1,123 career points from 1964-66) for 23rd place.

There is no television coverage of Monday night's Wyoming and Arkansas-Pine Bluff game. The Cowboy Sports Network radio broadcast will begin with the pregame show at 6:30 p.m.

On Tuesday, Nov. 27, the first Heath Schroyer Radio Call-In Show will be broadcast on Cowboy Sports Network affiliates beginning at 7 p.m. The show will be held at the Cavalryman Supper Club south of Laramie.

Wyoming's next game will be at Akron on Saturday, Dec. 1 versus the Akron Zips. That game is scheduled to begin at 5 p.m., Mountain Time (7 p.m., Eastern Time).

 

 

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