Missouri State vs. Wichita State: Recap, Stats, and Box Score

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Missouri State vs. Wichita State: Recap, Stats, and Box Score
Missouri State 59
(11-22, 2-15 away)
Wichita State 69
(25-7, 17-2 home)
Venue: Scottrade Center
7:05PM ET / 4:05PM PT, March 08, 2013
Box Score
1st 2nd Final
Missouri State 24 35 59
Wichita State 29 40 69
Top Performers
Points Rebounds Assists
Missouri State M Marshall 25 K Pickens 5 K Pickens 2
Wichita State C Hall 18 C Hall 12 M Armstead 5

On Friday, Mar. 8, Wichita State took on Missouri State and topped the Bears 69-59 in the quarterfinals of the Missouri Valley Tournament. With a record of 3-0, the Shockers remain undefeated against Missouri State this season. Carl Hall got a team-high 18 points and 12 rebounds for the Shockers, earning a double-double. Jake White had nine points and added eight rebounds. Marcus Marshall got a game-high 25 points and three rebounds for the Bears. Missouri State (11-22) finished the regular season seventh in the Missouri Valley with a 7-11 conference record. To get to the quarterfinals, Missouri State took down Southern Illinois (61-53).

Wichita State Game Notes

  • The Shockers have won every game this season (10-0) after recording 43 or more rebounds.
  • Wichita State has won 82 percent of the time this season (14-3) when its field goal percentage has been 45.6 percent or better.
  • Wichita State has won 82 percent of the time this season (9-2) after committing 11 or fewer turnovers.
  • WSU has won every game this season (13-0) after holding an opponent to under 37.2 percent field goal percentage.
  • WSU has won every game this season (6-0) when opponents record 16 or fewer field goals made.
  • This season Wichita State has won 71 percent of the time (10-4) when Malcolm Armstead plays 31 minutes or more and 75 percent of the time (6-2) when Carl Hall has six field goals made or more.
  • The Shockers have recorded more blocks than their opponents for the past five games.
  • Carl Hall recorded a team season high in offensive rebounds with nine.
  • The top two scorers (Carl Hall and Ron Baker) accounted for 47.8 percent of the points.
  • The top two rebounders (Carl Hall and Jake White) accounted for 46.5 percent of the rebounds.
  • The bench recorded more points (36) than the starters (33).
  • Carl Hall has led the team in scoring seven times and in rebounding 12 times in 32 games this season.
  • Carl Hall recorded the 10th double-digit rebound game of his career.
  • Carl Hall recorded a double-double. It was his seventh this season and eighth of his career.
  • Carl Hall had a career high with nine offensive rebounds.

Missouri State Game Notes

  • Marcus Marshall recorded a team season high in free throws made with 13, free throws attempted with 16, and three pointers attempted with 10.
  • Marcus Marshall accounted for 42.3 percent of the team's points.
  • The top two rebounders (Keith Pickens and Christian Kirk) accounted for 41.6 percent of the rebounds.
  • Marcus Marshall has led the team in scoring 10 times in 33 games this season.
  • Keith Pickens has led the team in rebounding 12 times in 33 games this season.
  • This marks the second 20-point game of Marcus Marshall's career.
  • Marcus Marshall has three straight double-digit point games.
  • Anthony Downing has five straight double-digit point games.
  • This was the fourth foul out of the season for Nathan Scheer.
MSU PlayersMinsPtsRebAstStlBlkTO
AMarcus Marshall392532002
AKeith Pickens401152211
BAnthony Downing331241001
BChristian Kirk36450000
CGavin Thurman19630102
D-Nathan Scheer29110003
WSU PlayersMinsPtsRebAstStlBlkTO
A+Carl Hall3118120011
AJake White20983002
ARon Baker191522001
BEhimen Orukpe7360013
B-C. Early21542001
C+Fred Van Vleet17303000
C+M. Armstead31425001
CNick Wiggins21611101
CTekele Cotton13410100
D+D. Williams20230001

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