WEST MONROE, La. (KTVE/KARD) — Grambling State was on the road at Arizona State and the tigers would fall 80-4. The Tigers were held to 27 percent shooting from the field.
Grambling had a slow start as Arizona state built a 12-nothing lead. GSU’s Mumford knocked a 3-pointer and Cameron Christon scored a layup to help cut the deficit 12 to 8.
ASU then stretches the advantage to 22-11… Arizona State pushed the lead to 43-21 early
in the second half.
Grambling finished with 28 points in the paint, 22 bench points, 14 fast break points, 14 second-chance points, and 11 points off 11 Arizona state turnovers
ASU went 25-of-51 shooting and 23-of-31 from the charity stripe.
Up next, Grambling State continues its road swing with three games at the 210 San Antonio Shootout, hosted by UTSA. Grambling will play host UT-San Antonio at 7:30 p.m. on Friday.
Then back on the hardwood for a game against Incarnate Word on Sunday and concludes with Dartmouth on Monday.