By Hannah Walker–

On Nov. 9, Louisville men’s basketball won a home game against Southern University with a final score of 72-60.

Throughout the night, the top performers were sophomore forward Samuell Williamson, fifth year forward/center Malik Williams, sophomore forward Matt Cross and senior guard Noah Locke, scoring a total of 51 of the 72 points.

During the first half of the game, Williamson scored the majority of the points. He was successfully able to make three layups and several jumpers before halftime, putting Louisville at a two point lead going into the second half.

During the second half of the game, Locke was able to score the majority of the points while making three rebounds and three drive shots. After scoring 39 points during the second half, U of L was able to take the win for the night with a final score of 72-60.

Louisville men’s basketball will be back Nov. 12 to play against Furman University at KFC Yum! Center.