Tennessee State takes care of Campbellsville-Harrodsburg, 108-66

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66 CH

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108 TSU

CH29 37 66
TSU49 59 108

The Tennessee State men’s basketball team dominated Campbellsville-Harrodsburg, 108-66, in the final non-conference game.

FIRST HALF: TSU jumpstarted the contest with a 10-0 run as Emmanuel Dowuona logged the first six points of the game. Jalen Dupree tallied consecutive baskets to extend the advantage to double-digits. After the Pioneers responded with a handful of points, the Tigers registered 13 unanswered points to enlarge the lead to 19. 11 players appeared in the first half for TSU as eight players recorded a basket in the opening stanza. Tennessee State out-rebounded CU-Harrodsburg by a wide margin, 27-10. The Tigers went 19-for-36 (52.8%) from the field in the first 20 minutes of action. TSU owned the paint with 36 points coming down low. Three players totaled double-digit points: DupreeDowuona and Shakem Johnson. || TSU, 49-29

SECOND HALF: Campbellsville-Harrodsburg opened the half with a jumper from their leading scorer, Chris Rawlins. Marcus Fitzgerald Jr.responded with a three-pointer to push the lead to 21. In the middle of the half, the Tigers went on a 9-2 run to keep a firm grasp of the lead. At the 9:13 mark, Dupree earned his first double-double of the year. Carlos Marshall Jr. rattled off 21 points in the final seven minutes for a career-high 26 in total. || TSU, 108-66


  • Carlos Marshall Jr. recorded a career-high 26 points on 8-of-14 from the field, including a season-high 5-of-11 from deep.
  • Jalen Dupree registered his first double-double at TSU as the Samford transfer posted 13 points and 13 rebounds.
  • Shakem Johnson went a perfect 8-for-8 from the field, as he totaled a season-high 16 points.


  • The Tigers reached the century mark for the second time this year.
  • All 11 TSU players scored at least 3 points, while five players registered double-digit points.
  • Tennessee State out-rebounded the Pioneers, 46-28. 

UP NEXT: Tennessee State will begin conference play on December 30 against Tennessee Tech, tip-off is scheduled for approximately 7:30 p.m., as the Tigers start OVC at the Gentry Center.Print Friendly Version


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