Following a win over the UMBC Retrievers, Will Wade is focused on consistent improvement for his Tigers.

LSU started off slow, but eventually fell into a rhythm to go on a 12-point run in the end of the first half.  Junior Charles Manning Jr. scored a career-high 16 points and the team lessened their number of turnovers from previous weeks.

"Overall, we made progress," said Wade. "We are not where we need to be, but we are not where we were either, so we made some progress."  

This progress is good news for this team as they head to Jamaica this weekend to participate in the Jamaica Classic against high caliber programs.