NATCHITOCHES-The Centenary mens basketball team will renew its long time rivalry with its 150th meeting against Northwestern State in a 7:45 p.m. contest on Tuesday at Prather Coliseum in Natchitoches, La. The series dates back to 1921 and has become a hard-fought yearly battle as of late with NSU taking the last two contests and the Gents winning the three prior games. Centenary (2-3) comes off an easy 82-52 exhibition win over Wiley College on Saturday. The Gents last official game came at the BP Top of the World Classic in Fairbanks, Alaska. During the four-day event, the Maroon and White fell to the eventual tourney champion Utah State Aggies 77-71, defeated Southeast Missouri State 83-51, and lost to Rhode Island 92-82. Senior Larry Logan was named to the All-Tournament Team after averaging 12 points and seven rebounds for the Gents. He currently leads the team with a 12.6 ppg. average to go along with 6.2 boards per contest. Senior Alexander Starr has also emerged as an offensive threat posting 12.2 ppg., which does not include a 24-point effort in the victory over Wiley. Northwestern State (3-2) has put together back-to-back wins over Henderson State and New Orleans. The Demons dropped the Privateers 71-67 on the road on Saturday while being led by Kennan Jones 17 points off the bench. Colby Bargeman leads the scoring charge on the season for NSU at a 14.8 ppg. clip and Luke Rogers is tossing in 13.8 ppg. Centenary holds the all-time series advantage at 82-67. Last years meeting featured a Northwestern State comeback in the final minutes to win 76-74. Chris Watson led all scorers for the Gents with a spectacular 32-point effort while Clifton Lee paced the Demons with 19 points. Centenary led by as much as 12 points in the game, but a three-pointer by Jermaine Wallace with 17 seconds remaining gave Northwestern State the victory. The Demons went on to win the Southland Conference, finished with a 26-8 record, and won their first round game in the NCAA Tournament over Iowa.