UTSA edges Seattle 78-75

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  • Thursday, January 24, 2013 11:42pm
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SEATTLE — Michael Hale III scored a career-high 35 points including a 16 for 17 effort from the free-throw line and UTSA beat Seattle 78-75 on Thursday night.

Hale hit a pair of free throws to put UTSA (1-7 league, 5-13 overall) up 76-69 with 34 seconds remaining in the game to seal the deal.

Deshau Sunderhaus scored 16 points and five rebounds to lead Seattle (1-7, 6-12).


UTSA 65, Seattle 55

SAN ANTONIO — Kacie Sowell scored 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for Seattle, but the Redhawks dropped their first Western Athletic Conference game of the season.

Seattle (7-1 league, 10-7 overall) committed 26 turnovers in the game.

Whitney Wright led the University of Texas-San Antonio (5-3, 11-8) with 12 points.

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