Feb. 2, 2013
Box Score |
Memphis (18-3, C-USA 7-0) 94, Tulsa (12 -10, C-USA 4-4) 64
February 2, 2013
FedExForum (Memphis, Tenn.)
- This was the 35th meeting between the two programs.
- Memphis leads the all-time series 22-13.
- Memphis carries a record of 12-7 when playing Tulsa in Memphis, Tenn.
- Stephens tied a career high with 15 points. Stephens last recorded 15 points in a game against Minnesota (11/23/13).
- Antonio Barton sank four three-pointers tying a season high. Barton last made four treys in a game against Samford (11/17/13).
- The Tigers sank a season high 12 treys. Memphis’ previous high was nine coming against UT Martin (11/29/13).
- Memphis set a season high with 12 blocks. The Tigers’ previous high was 11 coming against Tulane (1/22/13) and Tennessee (1/4/13).
- Antonio Barton led the Tigers with 16 points, the third time this season he has led the team in scoring.
- D.J. Stephens hauled in 13 rebound to lead Memphis, the 11th time he has led the Tigers this season.
- Geron Johnson led the Tigers with seven assists, the fourth time for Johnson lead Memphis this season.
- D.J. Stephens recorded five blocks to lead Memphis, the 13th time he has led the team this season.
- Shaq Goodwin led the Tigers with three steals, the seventh time he has led the team this season.
- D.J. Stephens (15 points, 13 rebounds) notched the second double-double of his career. Stephen’s other double-double came against Western Kentucky during the 2010-11 season.
- Memphis’ 94-64 win over Tulsa was the largest margin of victory (30 points) this season. Prior to playing Tulsa the Tigers’ largest margin of victory was 28 points coming against UT Martin (11/29/13). The last time Memphis defeated a team by 30 points or more was against UCF on March 9, 2012.
- The Tigers scored a season high 94 points. The previous high was 93 coming against UT Martin (11/29/13).
- Memphis has now won 12 games in a row, tied for eighth as the longest winning streak in program history.
- Antonio Barton (16 points), D.J. Stephens (15 points), Chris Crawford (12 points) and Shaq Goodwin (10 points) each scored in double-figures for Memphis. The Tigers are 12-3 this season when at least three players record double-digits scoring.