— Charles Bassey had 22 points, 15 rebounds and five blocks as Western Kentucky topped Florida International 71-59 on Monday.
- 11/25W 85-81
- 11/27W 82-75
- 12/1W 96-76
- 12/4W 74-70
- 12/12L 80-77
- 12/16W 85-69
- 12/19L 103-99
- 12/21CARVW 111-34
- 1/1W 82-67
- 1/2L 71-66
- 1/8W 68-55
- 1/9L 67-56
- 1/14L 81-79
- 1/16L 107-63
- 1/22L 79-66
- 1/23L 89-72
- 1/29L 63-55
- 1/30L 68-65
- 2/1FMW 90-74
- 2/5L 87-80
- 2/6L 90-47
- 2/12L 75-59
- 2/13L 77-68
- 2/19L 85-72
- 2/28L 91-58
- 3/1L 71-59
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— Carson Williams scored 21 points and Western Kentucky rolled past Florida International 91-58 on Sunday.
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— Souley Boum had 28 points as UTEP beat Florida International 77-68 on Saturday night.
— Souley Boum had 22 points as UTEP defeated Florida International 75-59 on Friday night.
— Jahmir Young scored 22 points and Jordan Shepherd made a 3-pointer from the left corner with 1:24 left to give Charlotte the lead for good en route to a 68-65 win over Florida International on Saturday.
— Jahmir Young had 25 points and 10 rebounds, and Charlotte beat Florida International 63-55 in overtime on Friday night.
— Taevion Kinsey had 22 points and 12 rebounds as Marshall beat Florida International 89-72 on Saturday.
— Jarrod West and Andrew Taylor scored 16 points apiece as Marshall topped Florida International 79-66 on Friday night. Darius George added 15 points for the Thundering Herd. Taylor also had 10 rebounds.
— Michael Forrest had a season-high 27 points as Florida Atlantic easily beat Florida International 107-63 on Saturday.
— Jailyn Ingram had 24 points and Florida Atlantic held off Florida International for an 81-79 win on Thursday night.
— Donovan Sims had 15 points and six rebounds as Middle Tennessee beat Florida International 67-56 on Saturday.
— Radshad Davis had 15 points as Florida International topped Middle Tennessee 68-55 on Friday night.
— Malik Curry had 27 points as Old Dominion narrowly defeated Florida International 71-66 on Saturday.
— Antonio Daye Jr. had 16 points as Florida International beat Old Dominion 82-67 on Friday night. Tevin Brewer added 13 points for the Panthers, and Radshad Davis chipped in 11 points.
— Eric Boone hit a 3-pointer with 3:56 left in double overtime to give Georgia Southern a lead they would not relinquish en route to a 103-99 win over Florida International on Saturday night.
— Antonio Daye, Jr. had 23 points as Florida International defeated Florida Gulf Coast 85-69 on Wednesday night.
— Dorian James scored 19 points, Jose Placer added 18 and Jonathan Aybar had 17 as North Florida held off Florida International for an 80-77 win on Saturday, breaking the Ospreys' season-opening seven-game losing streak.
— Antonio Daye Jr. had a career-high 28 points as Florida International narrowly defeated Jacksonville State 74-70 on Friday night.
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Trejon Jacob scored 21 points and Antonio Daye Jr. 20 more as FIU eliminated Rice from the Conference USA tournament 85-76 on Wednesday night.
Taveion Hollingsworth scored 13 of his 21 points in the second half when Western Kentucky built a slim lead and held on, defeating Florida International 91-85 on Saturday night.
Amorie Archibald scored 18 points, Kalob Ledoux added 16 and Louisiana Tech held off Florida International 76-73 on Wednesday night.
Osasumwen Osaghae scored 19 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and blocked four shots to lead Florida International to a 67-52 win over Charlotte on Sunday.
Umoja Gibson had 23 points as North Texas topped Florida International 78-59 on Thursday night.