LORMAN, Miss. — Troyman Crosby recorded a triple-double, Reginal Johnson scored a season-high 24 points with four 3-pointers and eight rebounds, five players reached double-figure scoring and Alcorn State cruised past Champion Christian College 109-45 on Saturday.

Crosby scored 18 points with 10 rebounds and 10 assists for just the second triple-double in Alcorn State history, and first since 1983.

Deshaw Andrews and Maurice Howard scored 17 apiece for Alcorn State, and Devon Brewer added 10 with 12 rebounds. Howard had seven assists as Alcorn State had 28 assists on 41 baskets. The Braves (3-6) shot 52 percent from the floor, 41 of 79, with 14 3-pointers and outrebounded the overmatched Tigers 63-27.

Champion Christian, which competes in the Association of Christian College Athletics, was led by 11 points each from Austin Hall, Vernon Burns and Tarrance Davis.

Alcorn State has scored more than 100 points to defeat small-college foes its last two games.

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