November 29, 2020

Privateers Lose By 29 at Texas A&M

Playing the second game of a season-opening two-game road trip, New Orleans dropped an 82-53 decision to former coach Buzz Williams and Texas A&M.

The Privateers took an early 15-14 lead before surrendering a 12-0 run to fall behind for good.  Ladarius Marshall led UNO with 14 points on 7-of-8 shooting in his second game with the team.  Troy Green added 11 points and Damion Rosser 10.

For the second straight game, New Orleans allowed above 50% shooting, as the Aggies shot 50.9% from the field.

New Orleans will open its home schedule on Wednesday night at Lakefront Arena against Louisiana Lafayette.