Breaking down UALR's statistics from three games in Canada

Just realized FT and 3P columns are reversed. But you get the idea :)
Taking a look at UALR's combined statistics on last week's trip to Canada. Some highlights:

  • UALR shot a very good 45.9 percent from the field.
  • The Trojans shot only 19.1 percent from the international three-point line
  • UALR shot 67.2 percent from the free throw line. But the Trojans shot 78.6 percent at the free throw line the final two games.
  • Freshman Maurius Hill led UALR shoot 66.7 percent from the field. Sophomore James White was second at 53.6 percent.
  • Junior Devonte Smith led UALR at 67 percent from three-point range, but he only had three attempts. Hagins shot 37.5 percent on eight attempts.
  • Junior Gus Leeper led UALR with 18 total rebounds and 11 offensive rebounds. Hagins had 16 defensive rebounds.
  • Senior Will Neighbour led UALR at 13.3 points per game. White had 10.3 ppg while sophomore Kemy Osse was at 9.0 ppg.
  • Hagins led UALR at 3.3 assists per game.
  • Neighbour and Leeper led with 0.7 blocked shots per game.
  • Osse was tops with 1.7 steals per game.
  • The minutes were pretty well distributed throughout the three games. Junior J.T. Thomas played the most at 24.0 minutes per game. Neighbour played 21.7 minutes, White 20.3 minutes, Osse 20.3 minutes and Hagins 20.0 minutes.