Stetson vs Kennesaw State final score: Owls fall 70-60 at home in conference game

Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports

Markeith Cummings scored a game-high 19 points, but it wasn't enough for Kennesaw State as the Owls fell, 70-60, to Stetson in an Atlantic Sun conference game.

Kennesaw State's struggles continued on Wednesday as the Owls dropped their 12th consecutive game of the season at KSU Convocation Center, this time falling, 70-60, to Chris Perez and the Stetson Hatters.

As it has been much of the season, it was a two-man show for the Owls, who relied on seniors Markeith Cummings and Aaron Anderson for their offense. Cummings registered 19 points and 7 rebounds, while Anderson added 12 points to go with his 6 rebounds, but it wasn't enough offensively.

As a team, the Owls struggled from the floor, shooting under 40 percent and making just three of 16 attempts from three-point range. While the team did well in creating turnovers, the Hatters couldn't miss, making more than 60 percent of their field goals attempts.

The Owls will have a few days off before hosting the Mercer Bears, who are 8-6 overall on the season, on Jan. 5 in another Atlantic Sun conference game.

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