LUBBOCK, Texas -- Robert Lewandowski tied a career high with 20 points and led Texas Tech to a 70-58 win over Stephen F. Austin on Friday night.
It was the first time Lewandowski scored in double digits since Feb. 28, 2009, when he had 11 against Oklahoma.
Tech (2-1) struggled midway through the first half after going up 12-10. SFA (2-1) built as much as a 10-point lead after a 13-1 run while Tech's shooting was dormant for more than 6 minutes.
Senior guard John Roberson scored all seven of his first-half points to help bring Tech within one at 35-34 before halftime.
Roberson's performance carried over into the opening minutes of the second half as Tech jumped out to a 53-42 lead on a 19-5 run.
Roberson ended the game with 15 points, while fellow senior Mike Singletary added 11 points and nine rebounds -- 10 points in the second half alone.
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|Sam Houston State||12-6||6||18-16|