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STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 76, ARKANSAS STATE 57

Leading by three points at halftime, Stephen F. Austin (6-1) outscored Arkansas State University 46-30 in the second half Saturday to come away with a victory at First National Bank Arena in Jonesboro.

Kevon Harris had 22 points to lead the Lumberjacks, who were coming off an overtime victory over top-ranked Duke on Tuesday. Gavin Kensmil added 20 points and 15 rebounds.

Caleb Fields had 18 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists for the Red Wolves (5-2), whose four-game winning streak was broken. Canberk Kus added 16 points and 8 rebounds, while Jerry Johnson Jr. had 10 points.

SUN BELT WOMEN

ARKANSAS STATE 71,

SAN DIEGO STATE 62

Jireh Washington scored a team-high 20 points on 7-of-13 shooting from the floor to lead Arkansas State University (2-5) over San Diego State (3-5) on Saturday at Viejas Arena in San Diego.

The Red Wolves shot well as a team, shooting 49% (26 of 53) from the floor, including 8 of 16 three-pointers. They didn't fare quite as well from the free-throw line, hitting 11 of 20 shots. The Aztecs shot 41% (23 of 56) from the floor, hitting 9 of 25 three-pointers and 7 of 10 free throws. Arkansas State won the rebounding battle 35-27 and turned 14 San Diego State turnovers into 23 points.

Payton Tennison scored 14 points for ASU, and Morgan Wallace added 10. Mallory Adams led San Diego State with 16 points, Sophia Ramos added 15 and Taylor Kalmer chipped in with 13.

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CENTRAL ARKANSAS 57, JACKSON STATE 54

The University of Central Arkansas (2-4) hit seven free throws in the final minute Saturday and drew a key charging foul with 17 seconds remaining to hold off Jackson State (1-5) at the Farris Center in Conway.

The Sugar Bears led 56-54 with 23 seconds left after two free throws from Romola Dominguez. On the ensuing possession, Jackson State's Keshuna Luckett drove to the basket, but right into Briana Trigg for the charging call. The Tigers sent Dominguez back to the free-throw line with 13 seconds left, where she hit one of two. Freshman Terri Crawford came away with a steal at the end, keeping the Tigers from attempting a final shot.

Dominguez and Savanna Walker scored 13 points each -- season highs for both -- to lead the Sugar Bears, while Taylor Sells added 11 points and 8 rebounds.

Sports on 12/01/2019

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