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Texas Southern 87 , Alcorn State 52
Texas Southern beat Alcorn State 87-52 last Tuesday night in the Southwestern Athletic Conference opener for both teams.
Three-point shooting was the calling card for TSU as they shot 10 of 19 (52.6 percent) from downtown, led by Omar Strong who went 4 of 5 for 12 points.
The Tigers (2-11, 1-0) led 43-21 at halftime and never trailed.
Dexter Ellington led TSU with 17 points while Lawrence Johnson-Danner added 13 points.
Alcorn State (3-10, 0-1) was held to 18 of 48 (37.5 percent) shooting and committed 28 turnovers.
Twann Oakley led the Braves with 14 points. All three Alcorn State wins have come at home.
Mississippi Valley 82, Arkansas-Pine Bluff 67
Falando Jones 25 points and 12 rebounds led Mississippi Valley to an 82-67 victory over UAPB last Tuesday night in the conference opener. The win snapped a seven game slide.
The Delta Devils (2-11 , 1-0) led 37-31 at halftime but saw UAPB dwindle their lead to only two just a minute into the second half. Valley then went on a 12-2 scoring run sparked by Jones two 3-point baskets.
The Golden Lions (1-13, 0-1) got no closer than five points and eventually trailed by double digits in the last 6:56.
The difference in the game was beyond the arc. Valley made 12 of 28 three pointers compared to 1 of 9 for UAPB.
Savalace Townsend led the Golden Lions with 21 points.
Jackson State 55, Alabama A&M 52
Jackson State opened conference play last Tuesday night with a 55-52 win over Alabama A&M.
The Tigers (3-10, 1-0) led by eight (49-41) with over four minutes remaining but the Bulldogs (2-8, 0-1) went on a 9-1 scoring run and came within two (52-50) with 23 seconds left.
Jackson State now led by four following two made free throws by Christian Williams , but Demarquelle Tabbs layup cut it to 54-42 with seven seconds remaining.
After Williams made 1 of 2 free throws, Jeremy Crutchers game-tying 3-pointer went begging at the buzzer.
Jeniro Bush led JSU with 21 points and 12 rebounds while Williams finished with 12 points.
Marcus Lee scored 11 points and both Casey Canty and Tabb each had 10 for Alabama A&M.
Alabama State 73, Grambling 62
Alabama State began its title defense on a good note with a 73-62 victory over Grambling State last Tuesday night in the conference opener.
The Hornets (4-9, 1-0) put on a clinic in the second half, shooting 58 percent from the field and led 60-42 with over seven minutes remaining.
Grambling (0-11 , 0-1) tried to cut into the 18-point deficit with consecutive threes by Quincy Roberts but got no closer than the final 11-point margin of victory.
Alabama State had four players in double figures led by Jeffery Middlebrooks and Philip Crawford, who each had 14 points.
Roberts led GSU with 33 points.
Southern 73, Prairie View 65