Louisiana Tech holds off Old Dominion
FEB 22, 2014 11:36p ET
The victory left the Bulldogs (22-6, 10-3) in a four-way tie for second in Conference USA, a game back of Middle Tennessee, Louisiana Tech's next opponent.
Kenyon McNeail added 14 and Jaron Johnson 10 for the Bulldogs. Kenneth "Speedy" Smith collected eight assists, giving him 524 for his career and moving him to second all-time for Louisiana Tech. The Bulldogs made 28 of 34 free throws.
The Bulldogs led 59-51 with 3:32 left after a 10-0 run. ODU got within three points four times in the final minute but the Bulldogs answered with eight free throws, the final four by McNeail.