NACOGDOCHES, Texas -- Kevon Harris scored 20 points and Stephen F. Austin rolled to 81-54 win over Incarnate Word on Saturday afternoon.
The Lumberjacks shot 56 percent from the field compared to 36 percent for Incarnate Word.
SFA dominated the first half, building to a 24-16 lead midway through and using a 17-8 run to finish the period with a 41-24 advantage.
Incarnate Word got as close as 49-35 early in the second half before a six-minute drought allowed SFA to stretch its lead to 62-35 midway through and the Lumberjacks cruised from there.
Augustine Ene scored 17 points to lead the Cardinals (6-21, 1-13) who have lost 12-straight games. Antoine Smith Jr. added 12 points.
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