|Texas-Arlington||K Butler 11.1||J Reves 8.3||S White-Miller 3.9|
|New Mexico State||D Mullings 14.0||B Sy 7.3||T Watson 3.0|
New Mexico State meets Texas-Arlington in the championship of the WAC Tournament at Orleans Arena on Saturday. It gets started at 11 p.m. ET and it can be seen on ESPN U. The Aggies beat the Mavericks 69-66 on Mar. 9 and are 1-1 against them over the last four years. New Mexico State has won four games straight.
The 14 points and 10 rebounds by Sim Bhullar helped the Aggies to a 74-65 victory over Texas State on Mar. 15. He is averaging 10.1 points per game and leads the team in blocks with 2.3 per game. In a 69-53 victory over Texas-San Antonio on Mar. 15, Karol Gruszecki put up 19 points and five rebounds for the Mavericks. He contributes 2.6 rebounds per game in addition to his 8.6 points per game.
- Renaldo Dixon is ranked 7th in the WAC in blocks.
- Las Cruces isn't as congested as Arlington (population is significantly lower).
- New Mexico State is a better shooting team (45.8 percent vs. 40.5 percent) than Texas-Arlington this season.
- Boom! New Mexico State defeated Texas-Arlington by 3 points the last time they played (Mar 09, 2013).
- Since 1998, New Mexico State has recruited more Top 50 high school players than Texas-Arlington (one vs. zero).
- Even computers respect New Mexico State more. New Mexico State has a better RPI this season than Texas-Arlington (RPI: No. 59 vs. No. 135).
- New Mexico State has a stronger schedule than Texas-Arlington this season (SOS Rank: No. 117 vs. No. 158).
- The New Mexico State scoring leader (Daniel Mullings, 432 points) has more points than the Texas-Arlington scoring leader (Kevin Butler, 311 points).
- Daniel Mullings is ranked 6th in the WAC in points and 22nd nationally in steals.
- Sim Bhullar is ranked 8th in the WAC in rebounds and 26th nationally in blocks.
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