Today marks the winding down of the regular season but we still have a game you need to check tonight that has Baylor taking on Texas and it features our favorite guards named Myck and Brady. Check out who else is playing today right here ...
Here is where the men are playing today ...
7:30pm Maryland-Eastern Shore @ Howard
9:00pm Baylor @ Texas - This will be a fun game to watch. Texas' Myck Kabongo will be going head-to-head against Baylor's Pierre Jackson. Kabongo will have his hands full since Jackson is looking like an all conference selection with his great play since being inserted into the starting lineup. I think this could be a defining game for Myck who's been playing a lot better in his last three games which include a career high 22 points. In his last three, he's averaging 16 points, 3 rebounds and 4 assists. Be sure to keep an eye out for Baylor's Brady Heslip also. Heslip's been struggling a little in the last few games for the Bears but had scored 13 points Saturday in the one point loss to Kansas State. Maybe this will be his turning point from here to the conference tournament in a couple of weeks.
And here's where the women are playing today ...
2:00pm Notre Dame @ Louisville - Natalie Achonwa continues to be a spark off the bench for Notre Dame. She had 6 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists, a steal and a block in 22 minutes in the Irish's drubbing of Providence on Valentine's Day. With this Louisville team looking to knock off Notre Dame at home, Achonwa could be the X-factor here.
5:30pm Maryland-Eastern Shore @ Howard
6:30pm Alcorn State @ Alabama A&M
7:00pm Monmouth @ Mount St. Mary's
7:00pm Bryant @ Robert Morris - Potential double-double Naana Ankoma-Mensa is now Bryant's leading scorer and rebounder. With this being one of the team's last games, I would expect here to see her help the Bulldogs snap their four game losing streak.
7:00pm Fairleigh Dickinson @ Wagner
7:00pm Southern Utah @ IPFW
7:30pm Northwestern @ Illinois - Northwestern will be looking to build on their win on Thursday against Nebraska to make it two straight. Freshman Karly Roser was the one who put the seal on a win against Illinois a month ago sinking two free throws in 2.6 seconds to give the Wildcats a one point victory. She could be a hero again tonight.