PHOENIX -- Alessandro Lever posted 15 points as Grand Canyon easily defeated Chicago State 71-47 on Saturday night.
Amir Gholizadeh had 18 points for the Cougars (4-23, 0-12). Chicago State has lost 17 games in a row, the longest active losing streak in the nation.
The Antelopes improve to 2-0 against the Cougars for the season. Grand Canyon defeated Chicago State 78-64 on Jan. 16. Grand Canyon matches up against Seattle on the road on Thursday. Chicago State plays California Baptist at home next Saturday.
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