La Salle Explorers

Overview
Previous Game
January 23
La Salle Explorers vs. Rhode Island Rams
47 - 59
Featured Game
January 28
La Salle Explorers vs. St. Joseph's Hawks
53 - 48
Next Game
February 01 7:00 PM ET
La Salle Explorers at St. Bonaventure Bonnies
Schedule
Upcoming Schedule
1/31 at St. Bonaventure, 7:00 PM MT
2/5 vs. Richmond, 6:30 PM MT
2/8 at UMass, 4:00 PM MT
2/11 at Va. Commonwealth, 7:00 PM MT
2/14 vs. Davidson, 2:00 PM MT
Previous Results
1/27 win vs. St. Joseph's 53 - 48
1/22 loss at Rhode Island 47 - 59
1/17 win vs. Fordham 60 - 49
1/14 loss at Dayton 50 - 61
1/10 win vs. George Washington 63 - 50
La Salle Explorers Full Schedule
Team Leaders
Standings
RankNameWLPct
1 Va. Commonwealth Rams 17 3 .850
2 Dayton Flyers 16 3 .842
3 George Washington Colonials 16 5 .762
4 Rhode Island Rams 14 5 .737
5 Davidson Wildcats 14 4 .778
6 St. Bonaventure Bonnies 11 7 .611
7 Richmond Spiders 11 9 .550
8 UMass Minutemen 10 9 .526
9 La Salle Explorers 11 9 .550
10 St. Joseph's Hawks 8 11 .421
11 Saint Louis Billikens 9 10 .474
12 George Mason Patriots 6 12 .333
13 Duquesne Dukes 6 13 .316
14 Fordham Rams 5 13 .278
Injuries
NameInjuryDetails
D.J. Peterson ankle played Tuesday against Penn.
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