Thundering Herd seeks second postseason crown in program history

Published 12:52 am Thursday, April 4, 2019

GAME 37 | MARSHALL (22-14) vs. GREEN BAY (21-16)
Thursday, Apr. 4 | 7:00 PM
Cam Henderson Center | Huntington, W.Va.
Stream | Radio | Marshall Game Notes
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – The Marshall Thundering Herd men’s basketball team looks to capture the 2019 Tournament when it plays host to the Green Bay Phoenix in the championship game on Thursday night at the Cam Henderson Center.
Marshall attempted 32 shots from 3-point range Tuesday night, pushing the team’s season total to 1,032 – a program record. The previous record, 1,012, was set last season.
Elmore upped his career 3-pointers total to 355, which is No. 47 in NCAA men’s basketball history. He started the game ranked No. 55, and then passed players like Oklahoma’s Buddy Hield and Georgia Tech great Dennis Scott on the all-time list.
Elmore moved into second place on the program’s single-season 3-pointers list. Elmore passed Keith Veney (111; 1995-96) and Austin Loop (112; 2016-17) with his seven made 3s, which pushes his career total to 113. The all-time record is likely safe, as Veney made 130 during the 1996-97 season.
The Herd is looking for its second-postseason title on Thursday.
This will be just Marshall’s second game played in the month of April in program history.
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