Clarksville, Ark.-The Eagles lost their fourth straight road game with a 70-71 loss to the University of Texas-Dallas on Saturday.
The Eagles once again had a halftime lead, but were unable to hold on to the game. A last second shot by Acord rolled in and popped out. “It seems like every time we take care of a problem, another one comes up,” said Johnson. “We cut back on our turnovers in the second half, but Texas-Dallas had 18 offensive rebounds in the game.” Acord had a season high 29 points and 10 rebounds. Gibbs added 18 points for the Eagles, who are now 9-4. Ozarks has lost their last three games by an average of 5 points.