The Cal State Fullerton Titans came out sloppy against Texas Southern on Sunday afternoon. Despite trailing by five points at halftime, the Titans dropped 61 points in the second half against the one-win Tigers on their way to a big 93-86 road victory.
Fullerton used a well-balanced scoring attack to fend off Texas Southern. Five players reached double-digits in points, and four of them had 13-plus. Senior guard D.J. Seeley went off for 27 points and seven assists. Perhaps the most impressive aspect of Seeley's performance was that he hit 11 of his 14 attempts from the field, including three of four from behind the arc.
Kwame Vaughn chipped in with 16 points for the Titans, while Sammy Yeager had 13 despite a poor shooting performance. As a team, Cal State Fullerton dished out 19 assists and turned the ball over just 10 times. They shot nearly 61 percent from the field.
Texas Southern had three players score upwards of 20 points, including forward Fred Sturdivant, who had 22 points, eight rebounds and three blocks. The Tigers are now 1-9 on the season.