Despite a 14-3 surge late in the game, the Indians (4-10) were not able to pull ahead of a determined Texas A&M (6-4) team that started hot, hitting its first four 3-point shots and building to a 16-3 lead. Early in the second half, A&M managed to stretch the lead to 19 points.
Rebounds were the difference in this one. The Aggies outrebounded Louisiana-Monroe by a lopsided total of 43-16. Antoine Wright, Andy Slocum and Acie Law each grabbed eight.
Jesse King and Wright scored 19 points apiece for Texas A&M, and Leandro Garcia-Morales added 14 points, including all four of his 3-point attempts.
The Aggies wrap up non-conference play when they host Long Island on Tuesday, January 6 at 7pm.
Texas A&M wins on the road at LA-Monroe
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