Freedom New Mexico
ENMU (9-6, 2-4 Lone Star Conference)
at Cameron (8-3, 5-1)
When: 7 p.m. (MST) today at Lawton, Okla.
Radio: KSEL-FM 105.9.
Last time out: The Greyhounds lost at Texas A&M-Commerce 88-77 on Saturday. Cameron hasn’t played since winning at East Central 63-54 on Dec. 31.
Last season: After a tip-in in the closing seconds of overtime appeared to give ENMU the victory, the Greyhounds were called for a celebration technical and Cameron converted 3-of-4 free throws in the final second to snatch a 71-69 win at Greyhound Arena.
Of note: The Aggies opened the season with two wins, then lost three in a row by an average of 17 points before coming back to win their last six. … Cameron, which has gone 4-1 at home this season, will be playing at home for the fifth time in conference play. … Aggies scoring leaders are 6-foot-8 senior F Vinicius Telo of Brazil (18.8 ppg) and 6-1 senior G Milton Garner (18.5).
ENMU (4-9, 2-5 Lone Star Conference)
at Cameron (10-2, 6-1)
When: 5 p.m. (MST) at Lawton, Okla.
Radio: KSEL-AM 1450.
Last time out: The Zias won for the second time in three games, beating Texas A&M-Commerce 69-52 on Saturday at Commerce. Cameron won at home on Saturday over Oklahoma Wesleyan 69-56.
Last season: Trailing 72-57 with just over four minutes left, the Lady Aggies scored the final 15 points of regulation to force overtime and went on to an 81-74 win at Greyhound Arena.
Of note: The Lady Aggies, who are on an eight-game winning streak, stand 7-0 at home. Their losses were at Colorado State-Pueblo (71-63) and Tarleton State (71-59). … Cameron has started the same five players every game, and they account for 84 percent of the team’s scoring. The leaders are 6-1 senior Fs Julie Paunovic of Australia (15.3) and Sabelle Diata of Senegal (12.6), 5-6 senior PG Nicole Pendarvis (12.0) and 5-8 junior G Alexis Williams (11.3). Diata leads the team in rebounding (8.5 rpg), while Pendarvis has 60 assists and just 37 turnovers for the season.
— Compiled by Dave Wagner