The Kentucky State basketball teams dropped a pair of road games Thursday night to Tuskegee.
The men's team fell 93-82 while the women lost 92-60.
The Thorobreds led in the men's game 41-39 at hafltime but shot just 33 percent in the second half while Tuskegee got hot, making 21 of 35 second-half attempts for 60 percent.
The game stayed close thanks to Tuskegee's poor free throw shooting. The Tigers made just 18 of 41 attempts for 44 percent from the line.
The game saw 11 players hit for double figures, six for Tuskegee and five for KSU.
Tuskegee's Dietrich Randle led all scorers with 22 points. His teammates in double figures included Charlie Caston with 20 points, Harry Hagwood with 13, Imbert Prosper with 12, 'Umar Hamidullah with 11 and Brian Heaven with 10.
Kentucky State was led by James Williams' 18 points. Center Nabil Boudissa was 7 of 10 from the floor for 14 points and Jason McGowan chipped in 11. Scott Reynolds and Thomas Beavers added 10 points each.
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