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Thomas Walkup and Desmond Haymon combined for 44 points and 16 rebounds as Stephen F. Austin cruised past Central Arkansas 85-61 Saturday night.
Thomas Walkup scored 16 points and Deshaunt Walker added 12 as Stephen F. Austin won its 32nd-straight home game with an 83-72 victory over Oral Roberts on Thursday night.
New school lunch standards implemented as a result of First Lady Michelle Obama’s anti-obesity campaign have led to more than 1 million children leaving the lunch line, according to a new report.
Thomas Walkup scored a career-high 28 points and Desmond Haymon added 18 as Stephen F. Austin won its 23rd game in a row by crushing New Orleans 103-63 on Thursday night.
Jacob Parker stole the ball and slammed home a dunk with less than a second remaining to give Stephen F. Austin a 70-68 victory over upset-minded Northwestern State Saturday.
Jacob Parker scored 20 points as Stephen F. Austin turned away its closest pursuer in the Southland Conference, Sam Houston State, 67-60 on Saturday.
Dakarai Henderson scored 13 points, making all three 3-point attempts, to lead Sam Houston State to an 84-70 victory over Lamar Saturday.
Back in the top 25, Robert Griffin III and the Baylor Bears have a chance to stick around for a while.
Stephen F. Austin quarterback Jeremy Moses helped transform a program that went 0-11 in his freshman year into a conference champion and capped his record-breaking career with an All-American season.