Grambling snaps 32-game losing streak
Grambling won for the first time in 33 games on Monday night.
For the first time since March 3, 2012, Grambling can add a notch to its win column.
The Tigers ended their 32-game losing streak on Monday night, beating NAIA program Central Baptist, 83-75.
It was their first victory since the final game of the 2012 season, when they beat Alabama A&M. Last season saw Joseph Price's team go 0-28.
Up next is a trip to TCU, where Grambling will try to extend its winning streak to two games. The Tigers last won back-to-back games in the 2011 SWAC tournament.
Cornell now owns the nation's longest losing streak, with the Big Red dropping 16 games in a row dating back to last season. They play at Stony Brook on Sunday.
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