Bulldogs embark on MTE during holiday week

Keaston Willis and the Bulldogs will play three games in four days starting today at 7 p.m. at Alabama A&M. (Photo by Tom Morris).

Courtesy of LA Tech Athletic Communications

The Louisiana Tech Bulldogs head to the state of Alabama to play three games in four days as part of a Multi-Team Event as they will first take on Alabama A&M in Huntsville tonight at 7 p.m. followed by match-ups against Samford (2 p.m.) and Tennessee-Southern (3 p.m.) in Birmingham on Friday and Saturday, respectively.

Tonight and Friday’s games can be heard on the 107.5 FM while Saturday’s game can be accessed on the LA Tech Athletics app only.

The Bulldogs (2-2) continued their winning ways against the ULM Warhawks, defeating their I-20 neighbor by a final score of 79-58 on Monday night. It was the 10th straight win for LA Tech in the series as well as the 30th consecutive home non-conference victory.

LA Tech got balanced scoring as five different players – Isaiah Crawford, Keaston Willis, Quandre Bullock, Kenny Hunter, and Terran Williams – reached double-digit points in the 21-point victory. There has now been seven different Bulldogs score 10+ points in a single game at least once this season.

Crawford continued his comeback effort by stuffing the stat sheet against ULM, recording 17 points, eight rebounds, four assists, and two steals. He has scored in double figures in three of the first four games, averaging 13.3 points per contest.

The ‘Dogs went 17-of-19 from the foul line against the Warhawks, upping their free throw percentage to 84.7, which currently ranks second in the country. They have made 40 of their last 46 free throw attempts.