LORMAN, Miss. — Reginal Johnson came off the Alcorn State bench to score 20 points and lead the Braves to their first win of the season, routing tiny Concordia College Alabama 103-56 on Saturday.
The Hornets, from Selma, Alabama, play in the small-college USCAA.
Alcorn State (1-6) opened on a 22-5 run and built a 20-point lead by intermission. Eleven players figured in the scoring as the Braves shot 51.5 percent from the field (35 of 68), including 13 of 29 from behind the 3-point arc.
Dante Sterling scored 14 points for the Braves and A.J. Mosby and Avery Patterson each added another 10. Yalen Reed scored eight points and grabbed eight rebounds as Alcorn State outrebounded the Clippers 50-35.
Que Hall scored nine points to lead Concordia, which shot 31.8 percent from the field (21 of 66), including 4 of 20 from behind the arc.