SHAWNEE – Oklahoma Baptist got career high scoring totals from three players in a 100-65 win over Kansas Christian Saturday.
Adnan Jahic scored a team-best 20 points, Tyler Lester added 18 and Spencer Lindsey 15 – all personal bests in a Bison uniform – with Chandler Rickey joining them in double figures in the scoring column with 11.
Jahic was nine of 13 from the field, missing only shots from three-point range, as he continually drove the lane successfully. Lester took up the three-point slack, knocking down six treys in a dozen attempts.
Lindsey and Rickey were efficient scorers with Lindsey getting 15 points on five of six shooting from the field to go with a 4-4 day at the free throw line. Rickey was five of nine from the field. Lindsey and Rickey shared high-rebound honors for the Bison with seven each.
Rickey also swatted away five shots.
All 10 available Bison scored at least three points each in the game.
Kansas Christian kept pace for eight minutes but the Bison used a 16-3 run to build a 34-18 lead with 8:13 to go in the first half. Lester had nine points in that spree.
The Bison owned a 51-30 halftime lead.
OBU would lead by as many as 38 points on three different occasions in the second half.
The Bison end the first semester at 5-5 for the first time since leaving the NAIA. OBU returns to the court with a home game Jan. 4 against Arkansas Tech.