St. Louis Vs. Vermont Final Score: Billikens Improve To 8-1

St. Louis rode balanced scoring to victory on Wednesday.

Four St. Louis players scored exactly 10 points as the Billikens defeated the Vermont Catamounts on Wednesday 62-43 at Chaifetz Arena.The win improves St. Louis to 8-1.

Sophomore forward Dwayne Evans finished with a double-double in the win, posting 10 points and 10 rebounds on 4-of-8 shooting. Senior forward Brian Conklin added 10 points and five rebound in for St. Louis. Junior forward Kwamain Mitchell (10 points) and forward Cody ellis (10 points, six rebounds) also starred in the win.

Luke Apfeld scored a team-high 13 points for Vermont, who fell to 4-5 with the loss. Matt Glass added 12 points and five rebounds for the Catamounts.

St. Louis' big edge came in three-point shooting. The Billickens connected on 8-of-18 three-point attempts, while Vermont hit just 2-of-10 from distance.

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