Kennesaw State Vs. ETSU Final Score: Owls Fall 73-69 On The Road

It has been a lost season thus far for Kennesaw State and their woes continued Monday night as they fell to 0-6 in the Atlantic Sun conference after a 73-69 loss to East Tennessee State.

The Owls led by 11 points 38-27 with just over 17 minutes remaining in the half before a 22-6 put the Buccaneers in front 49-44. Kennesaw State answered back with their own run and led 54-51 before four straight points by East Tennessee State put the Buccaneers on top for good.

Spencer Dixon scored a game-high 22 points for the Owls and also handed out eight assists. Markeith Cummings chipped in 17 points and five rebounds but also turned the ball over five times. Delbert Love chipped in 12 points to round out KSU's players in double figures.

Adam Sollazzo played all 40 minutes of the game and finished with 20 points and five assists. Tommy Hubbard finished with a double-double scoring 15 points and grabbing 11 rebounds. Sheldon Cooley and Isiah Brown scored 12 and 10 points respectively.

The loss drops Kennesaw State to just 3-14 overall on the season. They are back in action on Friday night when they travel down the road to Mercer to take on the Bears.

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