EVANSVILLE, Ind. (AP) -- Matt Webster tied his career high with
24 points and went 14-of-14 from the line as Evansville rallied in
the second half to beat Marshall 91-81 Friday.
Webster, a junior, also grabbed 10 rebounds for a double-double.
The Aces and the Herd tied twice at 39 and 43 early in the third
quarter. But Evansville, which had a 44-31 advantage on the boards
and a 32-20 edge at the free-throw line, controlled the rest of the
Marshall came no closer than seven points during the last two
minutes, and the Aces sealed the game in the final 30 seconds on a
pair of free throws by Holsinger.
Evansville outshot the Herd 47 percent (26-of-55) to nearly 40
percent (25-of-69) from the field. The Aces also shot 80 percent
(32-of-40) from the line, compared with Marshall's 71.4 percent