Ulmonroe 26 28 54
Lsu 31 30 61
Date of game: 12/14/2013

Recap: LSU vs. ULM

Baton Rouge, LA (SportsNetwork.com) - Jordan Mickey dropped in 25 points to lead the LSU Tigers over the ULM Warhawks, 61-54, in non-conference action at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center,

Mickey also accounted for nine rebounds and five blocked shots for the Tigers (6-2) as they won their second in a row. Andre Stringer pitched in with 10 points for the hosts.

Marvin Williams led the Warhawks (3-2) with 14 points, while Tylor Ongwae finished with 12 and Amos Olatayo scored 11 points as the team had a three- game win streak snapped.

LSU shot 48 percent from the field to start the game, making 3-of-11 from 3- point range, as the Tigers went into halftime leading 31-26. ULM struggled from the floor, hitting just 39.3 percent of its shots in the half.

The Warhawks continued to have trouble shooting after halftime, making only 32.1 percent of their shots, missing all seven of their 3-point tries. Despite shooting 39.3 percent from the field in the period, LSU opened the second half on a 15-4 run to take control of the contest. The Tigers led by 18 with under five minutes to play and were able to hold on for the victory despite allowing the Warhawks to score the final 11 points of the contest.

LSU outscored ULM in the paint, 32-24, and limited the visitors to a mere 2- of-12 on the perimeter.

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