Hogan's career-high 25 points leads SEMO past MVSU, 77-57
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ITTA BENA, Miss. (AP) Skyler Hogan scored a career-high 25 points with five 3-pointers and Southeast Missouri State broke away in the second half to defeat Mississippi Valley State 77-57 Tuesday night.
The victory was the first true road win of the season for SEMO (5-4). Hogan shot 10 of 16 from the floor with four assists, two blocked shots and a steal. Isaiah Gable and Gabe McGlothlan scored 11 points each for the Redhawks. McGlothlan added eight rebounds and a game-high four blocked shots as SEMO had a season-high nine blocks.
Dante Scott led the Delta Devils (2-8) with 19 points and four steals. Tereke Eckwood scored 10. MVSU opened the season with seven road games in its first nine, all losses. Tuesday was the first loss at home in three games.
Southeast Missouri State made 29 of 67 from the field, but shot 50 percent in the second half (16 of 32) to break away from MVSU, which came within a point late in the first half.
Updated December 5, 2018