DURANT — Neither team was able to shoot the ball efficiently, but it was Southeastern who was held without a 3 for the first time since 2007, ultimately falling to Arkansas-Monticello by a 48-41 score on Saturday afternoon in Bloomer Sullivan Arena.


SE (10-7, 8-5 GAC) finished Saturday’s contest hitting 25.0 percent from the floor overall and went 0-13 from behind the arc, the first time since a Dec. 31, 2007 loss to Incarnate Word that a Storm team did not hit a 3-pointer.


Emem David led Southeastern with 13 points on 6-of-9 shooting, while Sa’Liesha Hunter was next in line with 11.


Tracy Johnson dished out a team-high four assists, while Katie Webb pulled in a team-best 12 rebounds as the Storm held a 48-to-31 edge on the glass, including more than doubling them up in offensive boards.


The Storm led for most of the first quarter, but scoring went dry over the final three minutes as UAM led 11-10 after one quarter.