Campus Corner

Shooting woes sink UMKC in 91-81 loss to Southeast Missouri State

Updated: 2014-01-30T06:04:58Z

— Tyler Stone scored 22 points and pulled down 10 rebounds, leading Southeast Missouri State to a 91-81 nonconference win over UMKC on Wednesday night.

UMKC, 7-13, shot just 38 percent from the field but connected on 11 of 28 three-point attempts. Caleb Johnson and Martez Harrison scored 15 and 14 points, respectively, and led the Kangaroos. Frank Williams contributed 12 points, and Nelson Kirksey and Trinity Hall each added 11.

The Redhawks, 12-10, shot a red-hot 58 percent from the field, connecting on 36 of 62 field goal attempts, with long-range accuracy — hitting four of 16 — dragging that percentage down.

Lucas Nutt, son of SE Missouri State coach Dickey Nutt, had 12 points and 11 assists, breaking the all-time career assists record. Paul McRoberts scored 16 points, and Josh Langford added another 14. Antonius Cleveland and Nino Johnson each had 11 points.

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