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Chickasha, OK

February 1, 2019 | Blake Cochran

The Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU) basketball teams traveled to Chickasha, OK, for their 14th conference game of the season. The Lady Lions defeated the University of Science and Arts , 61-55 for their third win a row and winning seven of their last eight. The men were within reach at halftime losing by six and unable to regain the lead losing by 18, 84-102.

Lexi Rich was on fire for the women scoring 32 points, shooting 11-22 from the field, 6-16 from three, and 4-4 from the free-throw line. She was second on the team in rebounding with seven to go along with two assists, one steal, and one block. Jenna Price led SAGU in rebounding on the night with eight, six points, and three assists. Sydney Meador shot 91.67% from the free-throw line connecting on 11 of her 12 attempts; she had 16 points and two assists. Rich is now ranked in the top 10 nationally in scoring at 19.36 ppg and closing in on the leading scorer in the nation Myah Taylor from Bethel College in Tennessee (22.70 ppg).

The men were led by Nyk Mason and Cameron McGee during the night; Mason was near a double-double with 24 points, nine rebounds, three assists, and two steals. McGee contributed 15 points, five rebounds, and four assists in 22 minutes of gameplay. Sophomore guard, Cameron Hill also had 15 points and two rebounds in Oklahoma . The Drovers Stephon Hall hit eight 3’s against the Lions for 28 points and Darrian Parmer had 24 points and eight rebounds for USAO .

The Lady Lions are now tied for 3rd with Mid-America Christian University and John Brown University . The men are now tied for 6th in the Sooner Athletic Conference with Oklahoma Panhandle State and Southwestern Christian University .

They will return to Sheaffer Center tomorrow, 2/2/19 as MACU travels to Waxahachie for a 2 pm women tipoff and 4 pm men start time.

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