Calvin's late FTs helps SE Missouri beat Missouri St. 78-74

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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Jamaal Calvin made three free throws in the final minute and Southeast Missouri held on to beat Missouri State 78-74 for its first win of the season on Tuesday night.

Antonius Cleveland had 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead Southeast Missouri (1-10). Isiah Jones chipped in 17 points with five 3-pointers. Calvin finished with five points.

Dequon Miller scored 17 points for Missouri State (4-8).

Jones made a two 3-pointers and a pair of free throws and Cleveland scored three points to stretch the Redhawks' lead to 72-68 with two minutes left. Camyn Boone made two free throws, and Ryan Kreklow's 3 pulled the Bears to 74-73 with 1:20 remaining.

Calvin made three free throws and Southeast Missouri led 77-73 with 30 seconds left. Miller missed two jumpers and split a pair of free throws, and Cleveland made a free throw to seal it.

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