NORMAL, Ala. -- Ahsante Shivers scored 16 points with seven rebounds and Southern held Alabama A&M to 37 points on 23.8% shooting en route to a 64-37 win on Monday night.
Both marks represented season bests for the Jaguars.
Damiree Burns scored 10 points with five assists off the bench for the Jaguars (13-15, 10-5 Southwestern Athletic Conference), who led 40-21 at halftime and held the Bulldogs to a season-low 16 second-half points. Darius Williams had nine rebounds.
Garrett Hicks, the Bulldogs' second-leading scorer heading into the contest at 10 points per game, shot only 20% in the game (2 of 10).
The Jaguars improve to 2-0 against the Bulldogs on the season. Southern defeated Alabama A&M 67-46 on Jan. 27. Southern faces Alcorn State on the road on Saturday. Alabama A&M matches up against Texas Southern on the road on Saturday.
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