JONESBORO, Ark. (AP) -- Alan Daniels' 25 points and 13 rebounds
sparked Lamar to a 91-81 victory Wednesday night over Arkansas
State, extending the Cardinals' win streak to four games.
Daniels' defensive play was also a factor in the win, as he got
credit for a game-high five steals in a 40-minute performance.
Lamar (5-4) trailed 41-38 at the half, but came out after
intermission to take the lead.
Both teams shot well from the field -- Lamar hit 53 percent of
its shots while the Indians made 55 percent. But ASU (4-5) went
only 14-of-28 from the free-throw line while the Cardinals hit 18
of their 28 foul shots, or 64 percent. The Cardinals also
outrebounded the Indians, 40-27.