Selouis 25 32 57
Stefaustin 39 29 68
Date of game: 3/15/2013

Recap: Stephen F Austin vs. SE Louisiana

Katy, TX (Sports Network) - Taylor Smith shot 7-of-8 en route to 14 points and 11 rebounds to lift the Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks over the Southeastern Louisiana Lions in the semifinals of the Southland Conference Tournament at the Leonard E. Merrell Center.

Antonio Bostic and Desmond Haymon netted 16 points apiece for Stephen F. Austin (27-3) which takes on Northwestern State in the title game. Hal Bateman added 11 points and five assists in the winning effort.

Onochie Ochie led Southeastern Louisiana (13-18) with 12 points and six rebounds while Dre Evans chipped in 11 points and Brandon Fortenberry and Todd Nelson each had 10 points.

Stephen F. Austin jumped out to a 39-25 halftime advantage after shooting 63 percent from the floor while holding the Lions to 43.5 percent. The Lumberjacks led by as many 22 points and won the rebounding battle, 37-23.

Stephen F. Austin will enter the championship tomorrow having won six straight contests.

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