DURANT — Southeastern’s woes continued as despite shooting over 50 percent from the field they were unable to snap their losing skid, falling to Northwestern Oklahoma State 75-67 on Saturday afternoon in Bloomer Sullivan Arena.
The loss is the seventh in-a-row for the Savage Storm who dip to 4-7 on the season and 2-4 in Great American Conference play.
SOSU shot 55 percent for the second-straight game and hit 50 percent or better form the floor for the fifth time this season, but gave up a season high 56.3 percent shooting night to the Rangers.
Southeastern held an edge in points off turnovers and off the bench, while NWOSU held a 14-7 advantage in second-chance points.
Urald King led the way for the Storm with 15 points and just missed a double-double with nine rebounds.
Taylor Smaller added 10 points in the effort, while Darius Harris added nine and Randy Peters chipped in seven.
Quinton Threadgill turned in five points and added a team-high four assists as the team dished out 19 helpers.