— Rylan Bergersen scored 20 points as short-handed Central Arkansas beat Southeastern Louisiana 88-71 on Wednesday night.
- 12/4L 85-68
- 12/6L 86-83
- 12/8L 88-65
- 12/12L 100-75
- 12/14L 68-54
- 12/16L 81-65
- 12/19CHAW 92-28
- 12/292L 93-56
- 1/2W 81-67
- 1/6W 83-79
- 1/9L 91-80
- 1/13L 95-69
- 1/16L 74-72
- 1/23L 93-58
- 1/27L 69-57
- 1/30L 81-77
- 2/6L 80-70
- 2/13L 97-57
- 2/20L 79-68
- 2/22L 88-63
- 2/27W 84-82
- 3/1L 79-66
- 3/3W 88-71
- 3/6L 79-70
- Full Schedule
The offer of a free pair of shoes drew Gideon George to first try basketball in Nigeria. Now at BYU, he has helped send more than 350 pairs home so other kids might have the same chance.
— Isiah Kirby recorded 17 points and 11 rebounds to lead Southeastern Louisiana to a 69-57 win over Central Arkansas on Wednesday night.
— Demarkus Lampley had 23 points as Sam Houston State beat Central Arkansas 91-80 on Saturday.
— Rylan Bergersen had a season-high 25 points, tying his career high, as Central Arkansas narrowly defeated New Orleans 83-79 on Wednesday night. Khaleem Bennett added 21 points for the Bears.
— MaCio Teague scored 20 points on 9-of-13 shooting, preseason AP All-America guard Jared Butler had 17 points and No. 2 Baylor remained undefeated with another lopsided victory, 93-56 over Central Arkansas on Tuesday.
— D.J. Stewart Jr. scored 17 points and Tolu Smith had a double-double and Mississippi State beat Central Arkansas 81-65 on Wednesday night.
— Devontae Shuler scored 20 points, Luis Rodriguez had 12 points and eight rebounds, and Mississippi beat Central Arkansas 68-54 on Monday night in the return of Rebel alum Anthony Boone.
— JD Notae scored 22 points, Jalen Tate had 17 points and 11 assists and Arkansas beat Central Arkansas 100-75 on Saturday night.
— Gibson Jimerson had 21 points as Saint Louis romped past Central Arkansas 88-65 on Tuesday night.
— Markquis Nowell recorded 19 points and 13 assists as Arkansas-Little Rock narrowly beat Central Arkansas 86-83 on Sunday.
— Landers Nolley II had 23 points as Memphis topped Central Arkansas 85-68 on Friday night.
Jairus Roberson scored 23 points as Northwestern State topped Central Arkansas 100-85 in a regular season finale on Saturday. Trenton Massner added 20 points for the Demons.
Ty Brewer had 19 points and 10 rebounds as Southeastern Louisiana narrowly defeated Central Arkansas 69-65 on Wednesday night.
Kolton Kohl came off the bench to score 15 points to lead Abilene Christian to a 75-70 win over Central Arkansas on Saturday, the Wildcats' seventh straight victory.
Rylan Bergersen scored a career-high 25 points and Hayden Koval added 21 as Central Arkansas clobbered second-place Nicholls 84-65 on Saturday, breaking the Governors' four-game win streak.
Kevon Harris scored 14 points and broke the Stephen F. Austin career scoring record at the Division I level, and the Lumberjacks won their 10th-straight game, defeating Central Arkansas 83-68 on Wednesday night.
Kai Mitchell poured in a career-high 30 points, adding eight rebounds and three assists, and Sam Houston State drilled Central Arkansas 82-67 on Saturday.
Rylan Bergersen and Deandre Jones combined for 41 points as Central Arkansas rallied in the second half to defeat New Orleans 73-68 on Wednesday night.
Rylan Bergersen matched his career high with 21 points as Central Arkansas beat McNeese State 82-76 in overtime on Saturday.
T.J. Atwood had 12 points and 10 rebounds to carry Lamar to a 74-67 win over Central Arkansas on Wednesday night.
Rylan Bergersen tallied 15 points and 12 rebounds to carry Central Arkansas to a 79-71 win over Northwestern State on Saturday, snapping the Bears' 11-game road losing streak.
Rylan Bergersen scored 20 points as Central Arkansas rolled past Southeastern Louisiana 88-68 with a big second half on Wednesday night.
Payten Ricks knocked down three clutch free throws with a second left to force overtime, then scored the game-winning basket on a driving layup with four seconds remaining to lift Abilene Christian to a 70-69 win over Central Arkansas on Saturday night.
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|Stephen F. Austin||12-3||1.5||16-5|