Tonight’s matchup was the 203rd all-time meeting between
The Wildcats’ starting lineup tonight consisted of: junior guard Clent Stewart, senior guard Lance Harris, senior guard Akeem Wright, junior forward David Hoskins, freshman center Luis Colon... It is the eighth time this season that the Wildcats have used this lineup, but just the first time since K-State’s 73-72 upset win at No. 22
With a three-pointer at the 12:54 mark of the first half, Martin has now scored in 64 consecutive games... The last time he was held scoreless in a game was Feb. 5, 2005 against
With 20 points, Hoskins took sole possession of 46th place on the school’s career scoring list with 758 points... It was the 19th time in the last 20 games he has scored in double figures... It was his fifth game with at least 20 points, and the ninth of his career.
The Wildcats are now 15-2 this season when both Martin and Hoskins score in double figures.
Harris scored 13 points on 5-of-8 shooting, including 3-of-5 from behind the arc... Harris now has 944 career points, moving into 23rd place on the school’s career scoring list... With five guaranteed games left, Harris needs to average 11.2 points to become the 20th player in K-State history to break the 1,000-point barrier.
K-State continues to take advantage of its opportunities from the free throw line, sinking 200-of-270 (74.1) free throws in the last 11 games... Hoskins has been a big part of that as he connected on 8-of-9 shots from the free throw line against the Cyclones, and has made 112-of-143 (71.3%) in the 19 games.
Following a 4:40 drought in the first half, Kansas State went on an 11-2 run over the 4:28 to take a 19-16 lead at the 3:46 mark... Hoskins was the fuel for K-State’s run, as he scored eight points and dished out one assist during that stretch... Before that run,
With 40 seconds left in the first half, Cartier Martin hit the first 3-point field goal of the night for the Wildcats... K-State has now hit at least one shot beyond the arc in 308-consecutive games.
After hitting just one of its first six three-pointers (16.7%) before halftime, the Wildcats sunk seven of their 11 three pointers in the second half (7-of-11).
Tonight’s attendance was 13,314... In 13 home games this season, K-State is averaging 12,347 fans per game.