Jonathan Stark hit four three pointers and scored 25 points as Murray State routed Tennessee State 76-57. Terrell Miller added 12 points and Byron Hawkins added 11 as the Racers improved to 14-5/6-2 in the OVC.
Five Racers scored in double figures Saturday night at the Gentry Center as the Murray State women defeated Tennessee State, 85-73 in Nashville. MSU (7-12, 3-5 OVC) shot 45.6 percent from the floor in the contest and made 29 free throws. Ke’Shunan James led the way for MSU in the win as she tallied 22 points, 12 rebounds and dished out five assists. Murray State’s teams are back in action next Thursday night hosting Morehead State.