PINE BLUFF, Ark. -- Terrell Kennedy had 18 points, leading five Arkansas-Pine Bluff players in double figures, and the Golden Lions won their third in a row Tuesday night, defeating Alabama A&M 77-61.
Davon Haynes scored 14 points, Daniel Broughton had 13 points and 10 rebounds, and Lazabian Jackson and Mitchell Anderson scored 10 apiece for Arkansas-Pine Bluff (3-11, 3-0 SWAC). Jackson had seven assists and four steals.
The Golden Lions shot 49 percent in the first half in racing to a 47-28 lead at the break. Anderson and Haynes had 10 points each to lead Pine Bluff in the first half.
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