BETHANY, Okla. — Southeastern shot an uncharacteristically low 36.7 percent from the field and was unable to keep pace with Southern Nazarene in the second half en route to an 84-51 loss on Saturday afternoon.

BETHANY, Okla. — Southeastern shot an uncharacteristically low 36.7 percent from the field and was unable to keep pace with Southern Nazarene in the second half en route to an 84-51 loss on Saturday afternoon.


The Savage Storm slip to 4-9 on the year with the loss extending the team’s losing skid to nine games. SOSU is now 2-6 in Great American Conference play.


Anton Cook was the team’s only double-digit scorer with 14 points thanks to three 3-point buckets.


Taylor Smaller and Urald King each added eight points and Daichi Taniguchi chipped in seven off the bench.


A rough 33.3 percent in the second half led to SOSU’s 36.7 percent which ranks near the bottom single game efforts this season, and that was counteracted by SNU hitting 50.0 percent from the field, including 10 threes.


SOSU was shackled with 18 turnovers and dished out just five assists.


King turned in another double-digit performance on the glass with 10 boards, but SNU held a 35-to-31 edge in total rebounds.