ATLANTA -- R.J. Hunter scored 24 points as Georgia State won its 13th straight game, defeating South Alabama 85-65 Monday night.
Georgia State, which shot a season-high 63 percent from the field, made 10 of 17 from beyond the arc. The Panthers held a commanding 41-25 halftime advantage.
South Alabama closed to 57-46, following a 3-pointer by Antoine Allen with 9:05 remaining in the game. Harrow answered with two free throws and Hunter followed with 10 points in less than four minutes to push the lead to 71-51.