UAB tops Tulane 47-39 as offenses struggle

Cameron Moore pulled down 16 rebounds and scored 14 points to lead Alabama-Birmingham past Tulane 47-39 on Saturday, extending the Green Wave's losing streak to seven games.

The Blazers (16-6, 6-3 Conference USA) led 19-12 at halftime after shooting 27.6 percent from the floor (8 of 29) in the first half. UAB led 28-12 with 15:28 remaining after Tulane made just 4 of its first 33 shot attempts (12.1 percent).

Aaron Johnson added 11 points and Ovie Soko grabbed 11 rebounds for the Blazers.

The Green Wave (12-10, 2-7) tied a school record for fewest field goals in a game (14) and their 39-point output is the third-lowest since 1949. Tulane scored 30 points against Rice on Dec. 2, 1982, and 31 points against LSU on Feb. 7, 1953.

Jordan Callahan scored 14 and Kendall Timmons added 10 and 10 rebounds for the Green Wave, who finished 14 of 51 from the field (27.5 percent).