MOBILE, Ala. — Rodrick Sikes and Jordan Andrews had 16 points apiece as South Alabama thumped National Christian College Athletic Association’s Trinity Baptist 99-34 on Tuesday night.
Nick Davis added 14 points and Kevin Morris chipped in 12 for South Alabama (9-8), which took a break from Sun Belt Conference action after dropping two straight games. Trhae Mitchell had eight points with 10 rebounds and Morris grabbed nine boards as the Jaguars won the rebound battle 45-27.
South Alabama shot 58 percent (40-69) from the floor while limiting the Eagles to 12-of-50 shooting (24 percent).
Trinity Baptist was never really in the game as the Jaguars sprinted to an 18-0 lead, winning the first half 59-14. They led 77-22 at the 11:31 mark of the second period.
USA will return to conference play on Saturday when the Jaguars host Troy.
Chandler Rivers led Trinity Baptist with 10 points.