Eastern Illinois (7-16, 3-7 OVC) Lindenwood (7-16, 2-8 OVC)
Thursday, February 2 • 8:00 PM
St. Charles, Missouri • Highland Arena

Note: EIU Game Note
wireless: Hit Mix 88.9 WEIU
tv set: ESPN+
Live stats: www.eiupanthers.com
Series record: EIU lead 1-0
Last meeting: @EIU 55, Lindenwood 54 on Dec 29, 2022

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Eastern Illinois and Lindenwood go head-to-head on Thursday night, with both teams looking to break various kinds of losing streaks. EIU lost his 11th straight game at OVC Road in the Panthers’ final conference road victory over his Martin on January 27 last year. EIU lost both games last week, dropping him to 7-16 overall and 3-7 in OVC. EIU has his 4th straight loss including his 3rd straight loss. Lindenwood also went 7-16 overall, with OVC where he entered 2-8, while the Lions entered his debut OVC season with seven straight losses after he started 2-1 in league play. rice field. EIU won the first inter-school conference 55-54 at his OVC opener in Charleston on December 29.

Hafner Named OVC Freshman of the Week
Cameron Hafner He was named Ohio Valley Conference Freshman of the Week for the second time this season as the guard averaged 11 points per game in two contests for the Panthers. Hafner scored a season-high 17 points for Southern Indiana, scoring all 17 points in the second half. He currently leads the Panthers with his 3-point shooting percentage of 23, and his 3-point-on-the-field goal percentage in the OVC ranks him eighth with his 41.1%. Haffner has a total of four double-digit scoring games, three of which come during his OVC play.

The Steal Keeps Coming to the Panthers
Eastern Illinois earned a season-low 3 steals in Thursday’s loss to Southern Indiana. The EIU scored 12 steals on Saturday, making it his eighth time the EIU has recorded his double-digit steals this season. EIU leads the OVC in his steals per game with 8.8, which ranks him 27th on the OVC this week.in Saturday’s game Yaakemarose Jr.leading the Panthers in 6 steals, sincere malone I had four. Malone has 46 steals and he leads the OVC, while Rose has 42 steals and he is second. His single-season steals team record for the EIU is 250, set during the 1988-89 season.

Saturday – February 4 vs. Tennessee … ESPN+ at 3:30 PM


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