Post-Game Notes: Austin Peay vs. High Point
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- The Governors suffered their sixth straight loss in falling to High Point.
- APSU is 0-2 against Big South teams this season and 2-3 overall against them.
- Austin Peay held High Point to 41.5 percent shooting, the first time in four games APSU held an opponent to less than 50 percent from the floor.
- Anthony Campbell has scored 20 or more points in four straight games. He was named to Dr. Pepper Classic all-tourney team.
- With its 41-39 glass edge, APSU out-rebounded a Division I team for the first time since Dec. 1 when the Govs held a 29-26 edge against Fairfield.
- Two Govs, Anthony Campbell (23 points) and Chris Horton (13) points, missed by one rebound of gaining respective double-doubles.
- After struggling in back-to-back games against Illinois State and Utah Valley, freshman Chris Horton got back on track with 13 points, nine rebounds and six blocked shots.
- The six blocks tied Horton's single-game high he set against Lipscomb.
- Will Triggs enjoyed one of his season's best performances, scoring 14 points on 7-of-11 shooting, while grabbing eight rebounds. He also had a block and two steals.
- After averaging nearly 25 turnovers over the previous five games heading into the tournament, the Governors had just 18 in two games, including only 11 against High Point's full-court pressure.
- After being outscored in the paint 241-113 over the previous five games, APSU held a 40-32 advantage in that category against High Point.
- With forward Chris Freeman injured, junior center Matt Hasse played a season-high 15 minutes, scoring seven points. He also knocked down his first career three pointer.