SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- — Isiaih Mosley and Ja’Monta Black scored 26 points apiece as Missouri State topped Arkansas-Little Rock 85-77 on Monday night.
Mosley made 9 of 10 free throws for his career high and added eight rebounds and six assists. Black mated Mosley by going 7 of 11 from the field but all his shots were from 3-point range.
Markquis Nowell had 18 points and seven assists for the Trojans (4-3). Ruot Monyyong added 16 points. Isaiah Palermo had 14 points. After a third player fouled out in the last minute, Little Rock finished with four players on the court.
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