Hot Greyhounds Win in St. Louis

The Greyhounds blistered the nets by shooting 68% from the field to overcome 23 turnovers as they took a 74-67 victory at St. Louis Community College Friday night.

After shooting a season-low 38% Monday at Bethel University, the Greyhounds came back and were the picture of efficiency, at least when they shot the ball. The Archers forced 15 second half turnovers but couldn't overcome ASU Mid-South's 36-22 rebounding advantage or Tyler Armstrong's career-high 31 points on 12-16 shooting to go with five rebounds and five assists.

Trent Steen finished with 11 points and eight rebounds while Joe'Randle Toliver led the team with 10 rebounds to go with seven points and three assists.

The Greyhounds face Missouri Baptist JV Saturday at noon in the sixth game of a seven-game road swing before returning to The Dog House December 5.