Scores

Final

Wichita State 79

(24-7, 12-6 MVC)

Creighton 91

(24-7, 13-5 MVC)

    Coverage: ESPN2/WatchESPN

    2:00 PM ET, March 2, 2013

    CenturyLink Center Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska

    1 2 T
    WICH 31 4879
    CREI 36 5591

    Top Performers

    Wichita State: D. Williams 18 Pts, 4 Reb, 6 Ast, 1 Stl

    Creighton: D. McDermott 41 Pts, 6 Reb, 3 Ast

    Doug McDermott's 41 points let Creighton pound Wichita St.

    Associated Press

    OMAHA, Neb. -- Doug McDermott scored 41 points in what might have been his last home game for Creighton, and the Bluejays shot 70 percent while winning the Missouri Valley Conference regular-season championship with a 91-79 victory over Wichita State on Saturday.

    Fans in the sellout crowd of 18,613 chanted "One more year! One more year!" after McDermott completed a three-point play late in the game and gave him a standing ovation as he went to the bench with 29 seconds left.

    Ethan Wragge made back-to-back 3s to start an 11-2 spurt that broke open a three-point game and made it 66-54.

    McDermott, a junior who is projected to be a late first-round pick if he declares for the NBA draft, made his first eight shots from the field.

    Austin Chatman and Grant Gibbs added 12 points apiece for Creighton (24-7, 13-5).

    Demetric Williams had 18 points to lead the Shockers (24-7, 12-6).

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    Team Stat Comparison

     
    WICH
    CREI
    Points 79 91
    FG Made-Attempted 29-55 (.527) 33-47 (.702)
    3P Made-Attempted 7-21 (.333) 11-21 (.524)
    FT Made-Attempted 14-18 (.778) 14-16 (.875)
    Fouls (Tech/Flagrant) 16 (0/0) 15 (0/0)
    Largest Lead 0 12

    2012-13 Season

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    Jan 19, 2013 @WICH 67, CREI 64Recap
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    Research Notes

    Creighton's Doug McDermott is the first player to score at least 40 points without missing a 2-pointer or a free throw since Arkansas State's Tevoris Thompson in December 2002.

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