KENNESAW, Ga. -- Rob Marberry had 17 points as Lipscomb got past Kennesaw State 83-67 on Saturday.
Garrison Mathews had 14 points for Lipscomb (21-5, 12-1 Atlantic Sun Conference), which earned its sixth straight road victory. Mathews was only 2-of-9 shooting from the arc but those two makes gave him 317 in his career to become at the Atlantic Sun's all-time leader, passing Campbell's Adam Fellers (1998-02). Mathews has made a 3-pointer in 37 straight games.
The Bisons improve to 2-0 against the Owls this season. Lipscomb defeated Kennesaw State 86-57 on Jan. 21. Lipscomb plays Florida Gulf Coast on the road on Wednesday. Kennesaw State plays North Alabama at home on Wednesday.
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