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The Warhawks’ losing streak was extended to seven after falling to Louisiana Lafayette on Saturday, 76-48.

The 28 point victory is the largest for Lafayette over ULM.

It was also ULM’s eighth straight loss against Lafayette, dropping the Warhawks record to 4-17 (1-9 in conference).

ULM was able to keep pace with the Cajuns in the first quarter shooting a healthy 63 percent in the first quarter.

The teams traded baskets for much of the quarter and the Warhawks took a one-point lead to the second quarter.

An 8-0 run in the second quarter gave Lafayette the lead back and it proved to be the last lead change of the game.

The Warhawks were still within striking distance and needed to come out inspired in the second half.

The third period was more of the same with ULM playing extremely hard, but werent able to get over the hump.

Lafayette remained poised in the quarter stretching its lead to 13.

Turnovers became the theme of the second half.

This led to easy points for the Cajuns.

Things got ugly in the fourth as ULL began to outscore the Warhawks 20-5 in the quarter.

Defensive intensity became too much for the Warhawks to handle and this was proven by a poor 2-15 shooting effort.

The Cajuns went on a 14-1 run to end the game and won by a comfortable and record-breaking 28 point margin.

The Warhawks will look to snap their losing streak when they host Sun Belt opponent UT-Arlington on Thursday, Febuary, 8.

Tip-off is scheduled for 4 p.m.

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Women fall to ULL