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1st 2nd Final
Southeast Missouri 39 35 74
2-2 (0-0 OVC)
Central Arkansas 33 35 68
0-4 (0-0 Southland)

Team Statistics

28/62 (45.2%) Field Goals 25/56 (44.6%)
3/13 (23.1%) 3-Point FG 9/21 (42.9%)
15/28 (53.6%) Free Throws 9/15 (60.0%)
44 (18/26) Rebounds (O/D) 31 (7/24)
2nd Chance Pts
12 Assists 15
14 Turnovers 16
Points off TO
Pts in the Paint
Fastbreak Pts
Bench Pts

Tempo Tracker (Possessions)

Four Factors

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Southeast Missouri offense

Central Arkansas offense

Jarekious Bradley and Nino Johnson each scored 20 points to lead Southeast Missouri  to a 74-68 win over Central Arkansas.

The Redhawks never trailed and started the game strong, using a 12-2 run to open a double-digit lead over the first 2:46. Bradley keyed the quick surge by knocking down a three-pointer and jumper on Southeast’s first two possessions. Johnson also threw down a dunk and added another basket before Bradley buried his second three to cap the surge with 17:14 left in the first half.

Antonius Cleveland‘s jumper gave the Redhawks their biggest lead at 29-16 with 5:44 to go before UCA pulled to within six (39-33) at the half.

UCA chopped Southeast’s lead down to two (54-52) when Thatch Unruh buried a three-pointer at the 12:09 mark of the second half. Isiah Jones, however, countered with a three of his own.

The Bears later made it a one possession game on two other occasions. After Jake Zuilhof‘s free throw narrowed Southeast’s lead to 71-68 with 1:01 on the clock, the Redhawks calmly made three free throws in the final 30 seconds to ice the 74-68 win.

Bradley shot 7-of-17 from the field, had two threes and made 4-of-4 free throws in 35 minutes. Johnson hit 9-of-15 from the floor, grabbed nine rebounds and added three blocks en route to his second 20-point effort in four starts this year.

Cleveland also contributed his first career double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds, while Josh Langford pitched in 10 points off the bench.

Southeast shot 50 percent (17-of-34) from the field in the first half and wound up with a 45.2 percent clip for the game. The Redhawks outrebounded UCA, 45-31, and held a commanding 19-7 advantage on the offensive glass. Additionally, Southeast won the battle in second chance points by a count of 21-7.

Defensively, the Redhawks matched a season-high 12 steals and forced 16 turnovers.

UCA was led by Jordan Howard‘s 21 points.

Southeast travels to Mid-American Conference member Bowling Green on Nov. 25.

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2016 Football Standings

OVC Overall
Jacksonville State 7-0 10-2
UT Martin 6-2 7-5
Tennessee Tech 5-3 5-6
Tennessee State 4-3 7-4
Eastern Illinois 4-4 6-5
Murray State 4-4 4-7
SEMO 3-5 3-8
Eastern Kentucky 2-6 3-8
Austin Peay 0-8 0-11

2016-17 Basketball Standings

OVC Overall


Belmont 15-1 23-7
Morehead State 10-6 14-16
Jacksonville State 9-7 20-15
Tennessee State 8-8 17-13
Tennessee Tech 8-8 12-20
Eastern Kentucky 5-11 12-19


UT Martin 10-6 22-13
SEMO 9-7 15-18
Murray State 8-8 16-17
Austin Peay 7-9 11-19
Eastern Illinois 6-10 14-15
SIUE 1-15 6-24