JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Tevin Galvin tied his career high with 15 points to lead Jacksonville to a 70-61 victory over Stetson in the Atlantic Sun Conference opener for both teams.
The Dolphins (5-1), who won their fifth straight for their best start since the 2000-01 season, forced 17 turnovers and outrebounded Stetson (1-4) 38-30. Their 16 offensive rebounds led to 20 second-chance points.
Keith McDougald countered by converting a three-point play for a 10-point lead, ending the rally.
McDougald added 13 points and Hardy and Glenn Powell had 11 points each for Jacksonville. Hardy also had eight rebounds.
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