Texas-Arlington 85, Southeastern Louisiana 46:

In Arlington, Texas, LaMarcus Reed and Kevin Butler scored 16 points each to lead Texas-Arlington to a win against Southeastern in the Southland Conference opener for both teams.

Each of the 12 active players for the Mavericks (8-5, 1-0) scored.

Roosevelt Johnson had 16 points and eight rebounds and Jan Petrovcic added 10 points and seven rebounds for the Lions (5-7, 0-1). Southeastern Louisiana shot just 36.4 percent (20 of 55) from the floor and had 19 turnovers.

UTSA 91, NICHOLLS STATE 50: In San Antonio, Nicholls State kept pace with the Texas-San Antonio early, but a 25-2 run by UTSA spanning the end of the first and beginning of the second half, coupled with 10 missed shots from the field for Nicholls during that time, gave the Roadrunners the 91-50 win.

Trevon Lewis secured the second double-double of his career with 11 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Colonels, while Bryan Hammond led the team with 15 points.


UALR 62, NICHOLLS STATE 48: In Little Rock, Ark., Nicholls State was held to its second-lowest shooting percentage of the season as the Colonels came up short against the University of Arkansas-Little Rock.

KK Babin led Nicholls (7-6) with 19 points, all coming in the second half. Sumar Leslie added 13 points and a team-high six rebounds, while Alisha Allen chipped in with nine points.

UALR (6-9) used its size advantage to dominate the Colonels inside, doubling the Colonels in points in the paint (24-12) and outrebounding Nicholls, 47-31. Marian Kursh led the Trojans with 18 points and 19 rebounds.

SE LOUISIANA 81, UNO 30: In Hammond, Southeastern Louisiana closed out its non-conference schedule on a high note with a dominant win over the University of New Orleans.

The Lady Lions (5-8) snapped a four-game losing streak, forcing UNO (0-15) into 28 turnovers. Southeastern scored 35 points off those turnovers.

Southeastern junior forward Brandi Simmons led four Lady Lions in double figures with a game-high 14 points. Aja Gibson and Symone Miller each scored 11 points apiece.