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Willis Wilson's TAMUCC team this season- they're in 2nd place in Southland:

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Texas A&M-CC beats Sam Houston , 51-48; now tied for 2nd

HOUSTON -- Bryce Douvier scored 10 points, including a pair of free throws to give Texas A&M-Corpus Christi the lead for good in a 51-48 win over Sam Houston State on Saturday night.

The Islanders move into a second-place tie with Houston Baptist, two games back of undefeated Stephen F. Austin in the Southland Conference standings.

Texas A&M-CC (17-5, 8-2) was 21 of 61 from the field (34.4 percent).

(Dakarai) Henderson scored 20 points for Sam Houston State (12-12, 7-4).

Southland Standings
TEAM                 CONF    OVERALL
SF Austin            9-0    16-5
Texas A&M-CC         8-2    17-5
Houston Baptist      8-2    14-9
Incarnate Word       7-2    12-8
Sam Houston State    7-4    12-12
Abilene Christian    5-5    10-13
New Orleans          4-6    8-13
SE Louisiana         3-6    5-17
Central Arkansas     3-6    4-15
NWestern State       3-7    6-14
McNeese State        3-7    5-15
Nicholls State       2-8    6-18
Lamar                2-9    10-13
[Image: sab.png](3) Sam Houston St. 76
[Image: tbq.png](2) TAMU Corpus Christi 79

Team 1 2
SAM H 40 36
TAMUCC 28 51

Willis needs one more but will have to beat #1 Southland seed Steven F. Austin for Willis' first dancin' trip.

SFA crushed HBU earlier in the day 104-68.
Well, unfortunately, Coach Wilson and the team couldn't beat a strong SFA squad for the auto bid to the NCAAs this season. SFA went to their 3rd straight Southland conference title beating the Islanders 82-60 in the Southland tournament championship game. Still, a very nice season for Willis and the players.

TAMCC sits at 25-7 for the season, which ain't too shabby either. They will be going to the CIT tournament, where Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Islanders will tip-off at UL Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns, 8 p.m. on Wednesday, March 16, 2016.

Not sure what he has coming back for next season. Maybe Wilson can finally get himself to the Dance as a head coach next year. (he was an assistant at Stanford and a Memphis, so he's been before.) Good luck in the CIT and next season!
[Image: tbq.png]TAMU Corpus Christi 72
[Image: scf.png]La Lafayet. 96

Team 1 2 T
TAMCC 37 35 72
ULLAF 46 50 96

Wow. I didn't expect TAMCC to go out like that. Sometimes it happens. Still a pretty good year for Coach Wilson and his team.
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