KANSAS CITY (AP)-- Dwayne Evans matched a career high with 21 points, Mike McCall Jr. added 13 and Saint Louis posted a 70-49 victory over Texas A&M on Monday night in the semifinals of the CBE Classic.

49 - 70
Sprint Center • Kansas City, Mo.
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Texas A&M   (3-1) 23 26 49
Saint Louis   (2-1) 32 38 70
 Stats at a Glance
FG Percentage 44.2 51.0
3-Pt FG Percentage 42.9 35.3
FT Percentage 44.4 66.7
Rebounds 25 31
Turnovers 19 12
Points in the Paint 24 32
Points off Turnovers 9 26
Second Chance Points 5 10
Fast Break Points 2 6
Bench Points 11 14
SLU Leaders A&M
E Turner, 16 Pts Evans, 21
E Turner/Roberson, 5 Reb Ellis, 7
Reese, 4 Ast Jett, 8
Reese, 4 Stl Jett, 3
R Turner, 1 Blk Remekun/Jett, 2

Cory Remekin added 13 points and Cody Ellis finished with 10 for the Billikens (2-1), who will play No. 12 Kansas or Washington State in the championship game Tuesday night.

Elston Turner had 16 points and Ray Turner added 10 for the Aggies (3-1), but Fabyon Harris was just 2 for 10 from the field and Texas A&M committed 19 turnovers while getting out-rebounded 31-25.



















Post-Game Notes

Texas A&M Basketball

Postgame Notes

Saint Louis 70, Texas A&M 49

Nov. 19, 2012 Sprint Center (Kansas City, Mo.)


● Texas A&M saw its season-opening winning streak snapped at three games and fell to 3-1 on the year ... Saint Louis, meanwhile, improved to 2-1 on the season.

● The Billikens improved to 5-1 in the all-time series against Texas A&M in men's basketball.


● The Aggies were guilty of a season-high 19 turnovers on the night, leading to 26 Billiken points.

● Texas A&M came into the game ranked second in the SEC in free throw percentage at .822 as a team but shot just 8-of-18 from the charity stripe in Monday night's contest.

● Saint Louis held a 31-25 advantage in the rebounding column.


● Senior Elston Turner led the Aggies in scoring for the 14th time in his career, notching 16 points on 5-of-12 shooting from the floor ... Turner also pulled down five rebounds in the contest to tie for the team lead with sophomore Kourtney Roberson, who also collected five.

● Senior Ray Turner scored 10 points in the game, giving him the 19th double-figure scoring game of his A&M career.

● Fellow senior Jarod Jahns set career highs in minutes played (6), points (6), rebounds (2) and assists (1).


● The Billikens took a 32-23 lead into the intermission.

● Texas A&M shot .417 (10-of-24) during the opening period while SLU shot .393 (11-of-28) from the floor.

● SLU's Cory Remekun led all scorers with nine points at the break, while Ray Turner made all three of his first half shots to pace Texas A&M with seven points.

● The Aggies were guilty of seven first half turnovers, leading to a 12-2 Billiken advantage in points off turnovers.


● The Saint Louis lead reached its apex at the 4:14 mark of the second half as it took a 65-41 advantage.

● Texas A&M shot .474 (9-of-19) during the second period while SLU shot a sizzling .667 (14-of-21).

● Elston Turner scored 10 of his 16 points after intermission.


● The Aggies return to the court at the Sprint Center on Tuesday to face the loser of tonight's Kansas-Washington State contest. Tip-off is set for 6:00 p.m. and the game will be streamed live on ESPN3.

● Saint Louis, meanwhile, will face the winner of the Kansas-Washington State contest on ESPNU at 8:30 p.m.

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