ENMU (1-1) at Lubbock Christian (1-0)
When: 6 p.m. (MST) today at Rip Griffin Center
Radio: KSEL-FM 105.9
Last time out: The Hounds routed University of the Southwest 114-62 on Saturday at Greyhound Arena, while the Chaparrals opened their season on Friday night with a 111-55 blitzing of The Open Bible College at Lubbock. No one played more than 21 minutes for either ENMU or LCU.
Last Year: The Greyhounds and Chaps played home-and-home, with ENMU winning 87-73 at Greyhound Arena and LCU returning the favor 83-76 at Lubbock.
Of note: The teams are tied all-time 28-28. The longest winning streak in the series is four, done four times by the Hounds and twice by LCU … Fourteen players scored for ENMU on Saturday, including five in double figures. … The Chaps, provisional members of NCAA Division II and the Heartland Conference after moving up from the NAIA, had about as easy a time with OBC, a first-year program and member of tne National Christian Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. Fourteen players also scored for LCU, led by 6-foot-5 senior F Anthony Brancato with 15 points. … ENMU senior G Rodney Blackmon has made 28 consecutive free throws dating to last season. … LCU’s roster includes seven players at least 6-foot-4, but no one taller than 6-6 sophomore F Beau Durham. … The teams have a rematch next Tuesday at Greyhound Arena.
— Compiled by Dave Wagner