Wichita State vs. Tulsa – Game Preview – March 7, 2022



The Wichita State Shockers (14-15, 4-11 AAC) will look to snap a three-game losing streak when they visit the Tulsa Golden Hurricane (15-9, 5-7 AAC) on Monday, March 7, 2022. The game is airs at 2:00 p.m. ET.

Tulsa eliminated Wichita State 61-49 on Sunday in the team’s final action, with Wyvette Mayberry leading the effort recording 15 points in the victory.

Wichita State was beaten by Tulsa 61-49 in the team’s last outing on Sunday. The 19 points of Trajata Colbert’s team were not enough in the defeat.

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Tulsa Team Stats

Tulsa heads into the game with 68.8 points per game, seven more than the 61.8 Wichita State is giving up per game. The Golden Hurricanes are 11-2 in games where they have 62+ points.

The Golden Hurricanes have outshot their opponents from range this season, connecting on eight three-pointers per game while allowing opponents five three-pointers. When Tulsa shoots its average from deep this season, the Golden Hurricane is 10-3.

Wichita State Team Stats

Wichita State enters the game averaging 62.8 points per game on the season, 0.2 more than the 62.6 Tulsa gives up per game. The Shockers are 11-1 in games when scoring at least 63 points.

When they get to the free throw line, which they do 16 times per game, the Shockers are shooting 75 percent, which is the AAC’s first. Seraphine Bastin is Wichita State’s leading shooter from the line, making 2.9 free throws per game while shooting 80%.

Tulsa players to watch

Mayberry leads Tulsa in scoring and has 14.1 points and 1.5 steals per game. Rebecca Lescay leads the team with 3.6 assists and an average of 10.1 points, while Temira Poindexter leads the Golden Hurricane with 5.0 rebounds per game and adds 10.8 points.

Maya Mayberry is Tulsa’s most prolific shooter, hitting 2.2 threes per game while shooting 38 percent from downtown.

Player stats reflect 22 of 22 games this season.

Wichita State players to watch

Mariah McCully paces Wichita State’s scoring effort, averaging 12.7 points and 1.9 steals per game. Bastin is the team’s leading passer, with 4.0 assists for 7.1 points per game. The Shockers’ top rebounder is Jane Asinde, who has knocked down 8.4 boards per game in addition to an 8.9 point average.

McCully leads the charge in shooting basketball for Wichita State, making 32 percent of his shots from downtown while averaging 1.4 shots per game from three-point field.

Player stats reflect 27 out of 27 games this season.

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