In St. Louis, Southeast Missouri State faced Saint Louis University in a game both teams needed to win, as both teams have losing records. SEMO came away with a 65-49 on Wednesday. SEMO was able to make 54 percent of their shots, while SLU continued to struggle, with a 38 percent shooting performance. In the first half, the Billikens made just 7-of-26 shots, while SEMO was 13-of-24 in the first 20 minutes and led 34-18 at the half. Reggie Golson led Southeast with 19 points, nine rebounds and four assists. SEMO is 4-6, while SLU dropped their third straight and fell to 2-9.