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RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. Will Adler turned in a 20-point performance while Ramses Sandifer added 19, leading the way as five Arkansas Tech players reached double figures as the Wonder Boys (3-10, 1-6 Great American Conference) fought their way to an 85-74 win over No. 15/19 Southern Nazarene (12-3, 5-2) on Thursday night at Tucker Coliseum. 
The Wonder Boys play host to Oklahoma Baptist on Saturday in a 3 p.m. contest. 
Southern Nazarene claimed a lead early in the first half, going ahead 8-4 just under three minutes into the game.
Back-to-back 3-pointers by Adler and Sandifer gave Tech its first lead of the contest at 10-8 with 16:36 remaining in the opening half, and at the 15:15 mark another 3-pointer by Adler stretched the Tech advantage to 13-8.
Yet another 3-pointer by Adler pushed Tech's lead to eight (24-16) at the 12:04 mark.
SNU twice pulled to within two in the ensuing minutes, but after a dunk by Noah Starkey pulled the Crimson Storm to within 30-28 at the 8:06 mark, Tech stretched its lead yet again and went into the half with a nine-point (43-34) advantage.
The Tech lead hit double digits on Tech's first possession of the second half, as Ramses Sandifer buried a 3-pointer with 19:35 to play that stretched the Tech lead to 12 (46-34).
SNU rallied with a 9-1 run to pull to within four (47-43) with 16:48 remaining, but an Alex Brown 3-pointer created a bit of separation as the Tech lead went back to seven (50-43) with 16:40 on the clock.
The Wonder Boys doubled that advantage in the ensuing minutes, claiming a 14-point (65-51) lead with 12:44 remaining on a Freddy Lee jumper.
SNU quickly closed that gap, pulling to within two (67-65) with 5:41 remaining on a Noah Starkey layup, but Tech outscored the Crimson Storm 8-1 over the next three minutes to claim a nine-point (75-66) advantage with 2:18 to play.
SNU twice pulled to within five before the Wonder Boys puilled away over the final minute.
SNU held a 24-8 advantage in second-chance points and a 54-24 advantage in points in the paint, while the Wonder Boys held a 16-11 advantage in points off turnovers and a 12-6 advantage in fast-break points.
Adler and Sandifer were joined in double figures by Glasper (18 points), Alex Brown (11 points) and Freddy Lee (11 points).
Brown led Tech with eight boards, while Glasper dished out seven assists.
SNU held a 46-38 rebounding edge.
The Wonder Boys were 12-of-31 from 3-point land while SNU was 4-of-22.


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