Middle Tennessee tops Arkansas-Little Rock 66-52
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP)—James Gallman came off the bench to score 14 points and lead Middle Tennessee State past Arkansas-Little Rock 66-52 Saturday night.
Gallman hit 4 of 6 from 3-point range. Montarrio Haddock added 13 points for the Blue Raiders (8-8, 3-1 Sun Belt), and Desmond Yates and Calvin O’Neil had 10 points each. Haddock and J.T. Sulton led their team with nine rebounds each.
Solomon Bozeman scored 11 points to lead Arkansas-Little Rock (4-12, 0-5), and Ricky Davidson came off the bench to add 10 for the Trojans. Courtney Jackson had a game-high 11 rebounds to go with seven points for UALR.
The Trojans led 29-27 at halftime but struggled from the floor all night, shooting 29.2 percent and making just 14 field goals. Middle Tennessee shot 42.3 percent and dominated the boards with a 40-31 rebounding advantage.
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