Commerce knocks off Hounds

PNT Staff COMMERCE, Texas — Another long-range bomber did in Eastern New Mexico University’s men Thursday night. Junior point guard Jermart Miller led a 63 percent outing from 3-point range for Texas A&M-Commerce, hitting 7-of-9 en route to 24 points, and the nationally 11th-ranked Lions turned back Eastern New Mexico 80-73 in a Lone Star […]

Tarleton State takes pair from Eastern

PNT Staff STEPHENVILLE, Texas — Tarleton State erased a four-point deficit with less than 17 minutes left and rolled to a 70-52 Lone Star Conference men’s crossover victory over Eastern New Mexico University on Saturday night. Reserve Rich Francis scored 19 points on 7-of-8 shooting, hitting 5-of-5 second-half 3-pointers, while center David Stephens added 13 […]

Hounds dealing with injuries in backcourt

By Dave Wagner Shawn Scanlan figured that from a standpoint of possible injuries, his Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball team had all its bases covered coming into the season. But as the two-time defending Lone Star Conference South Division champion Greyhounds prepare to open their 2004-05 season with a 7 p.m. contest against Lubbock […]

Hounds protect LSC South lead

By Dave Wagner PORTALES — Junior guard Kennis Green, scoreless at halftime, lit up Midwestern State for 16 second-half points Thursday night and Eastern New Mexico University pulled away for a 77-67 Lone Star Conference South Division men’s victory over the Indians at Greyhound Arena. Green hit back-to-back, open-court 3-pointers to extend the Hounds’ lead […]

Hounds slip past Angelo State

By Dave Wagner Irshaun Pinckney struggled early trying to give Eastern New Mexico University’s offense some punch against Angelo State’s zone defense on Saturday, missing his first eight shots from the field and going scoreless in the first half. But he eventually found the range, going 5-for-8 over the final over the final 17 minutes […]

Greyhounds take control late against Tigers

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By Dave Wagner For the Eastern New Mexico University Greyhounds, Monday night’s Lone Star Conference men’s crossover game against East Central was like pulling teeth. With one starter out, another coming down sick at halftime and the team’s standout player ailing with bruised ribs, the Tigers controlled tempo most of the way before a 12-0 […]

Hounds look for LSC South repeat

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By Kevin Wilson Three years ago, Irshaun Pinckney wasn’t quite sure where he was going. A senior on the Class 5A state runnerup Clovis Wildcats in 2001, Pinckney wasn’t sure whether his college years would be strictly academic or if they’d be a continuation of his athletics as well. Nearly three years later, Pinckney is […]

ENMU guard described as smart, tough

Rick White Making adjustments is part of life and basketball. On the court, former Clovis High standout Irshaun Pinckney went from overpowering opponents in the paint to outsmarting them on the perimeter. Off the court, he’s changed his major but still values an education. Too small to play post at the college level and lacking […]