SAN MARCOS, Texas -- Kannon Burrage scored 15 points to lead a balanced UTSA offense and the Roadrunners held on to beat Texas State 73-62 on Saturday, snapping a six-game losing streak.
Michael Hale and Jeromie Hill scored 13 apiece, Jordan Sims scored 12 and Edrico McGregor finished with 10 points for UTSA (6-18, 2-12 WAC), which had first-half runs of 14-1 and 14-0 on the way to a 46-20 halftime lead.
Matt Staff led Texas State (7-19, 3-11) with 18 points and 13 rebounds. Phil Hawkins and Joel Wright scored 13 each for the Bobcats, who have lost five in a row. They came no closer than eight points to the Roadrunners in the second half.
The Bobcats won the earlier meeting 81-78 in overtime on Jan. 19 in San Antonio.
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