— Jawaun Newton had 15 points and seven rebounds as Evansville defeated Tennessee Tech 59-51 on Saturday.
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- Full Schedule
— Marcus Domask buried a jumper with 3 seconds left in the game and finished with 22 points to lift Southern Illinois over Evansville 54-52 in a Missouri Valley Conference opener on Wednesday night.
- Woman sues Evansville, alleges McCarty assault
- Evansville fires McCarty; Lickliter takes helm
- Evansville's McCarty on leave amid Title IX probe
- Barkley, Pitino reach out, salute Evansville for win
— Shamar Givance had a career-high 26 points as Evansville ended a four-game skid, beating Eastern Illinois 70-54 on Sunday.
— Ali Ali matched his career high with 20 points and Akron beat Evansville 69-60 in a Gulf Coast Showcase matchup on Wednesday.
— Isaiah Powell had 17 points and seven rebounds as Vermont topped Evansville 58-49 in the Gulf Coast Showcase on Tuesday.
— Max Fiedler had 30 points and 12 rebounds, Chris Mullins added 25 points and Rice beat Evansville 109-104 in triple overtime on Monday.
— Darius Perry registered 15 points as Central Florida beat Evansville 75-59 on Saturday.
— Grayson Murphy registered 16 points, six rebounds and five steals as Belmont rolled past Evansville 81-43 on Saturday.
— Shamar Givance registered 16 points and seven rebounds as Evansville easily beat IUPUI 60-40 on Thursday night.
— Jeremiah Davenport registered 11 points and eight rebounds as Cincinnati easily beat Evansville 65-43 on Tuesday night in a season opener.
A former student is suing the University of Evansville, alleging she was sexually assaulted by former men's basketball coach Walter McCarty and that the school failed to provide a safe environment.
— Tyreke Key posted 19 points and nine rebounds as Indiana State defeated Evansville 53-43 in the Missouri Valley Conference Tourney quarterfinals on Friday.
— Shamar Givance tied a career high with 22 points as Evansville snapped its seven-game losing streak, beating Missouri State 72-63 on Saturday night.
— Gaige Prim had a career-high 33 points as Missouri State won its seventh straight game, topping Evansville 90-81 on Friday night.
— Joseph Yesufu had a career-high 36 points as Drake topped Evansville 74-63 on Monday night.
— Joseph Yesufu had a career-high 32 points as Drake beat Evansville 85-71 on Sunday.
— Tyreke Key had a career-high 34 points as Indiana State got past Evansville 87-73 on Wednesday.
— Tyreke Key scored 29 points on 12 of 17 shooting as Indiana State topped Evansville 76-70 on Sunday.
— Aher Uguak scored 14 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead Loyola of Chicago to a 69-58 win over Evansville on Sunday, the Ramblers 10th straight victory.
— Cameron Krutwig had 20 points and 11 rebounds as Loyola of Chicago won its ninth consecutive game, topping Evansville 68-55 on Saturday.
— Shamar Givance and Jawaun Newton each had 12 points as Evansville got past Valparaiso 58-51 on Monday night.
— Shamar Givance had 19 points as Evansville ran past Valparaiso 70-52 on Sunday, playing for the first time in two weeks.
— Ja’Shon Henry had 16 points off the bench to lead Bradley to an 86-55 win over Evansville on Sunday.
— Elijah Childs had 19 points and eight rebounds as Bradley defeated Evansville 69-60 on Saturday.
— Antonio Reeves scored a career-high 21 points as Illinois State narrowly beat Evansville 73-68 on Sunday, breaking the Purple Aces four-game win streak.