Eagles extend losing streak to four with loss to Texas State

Ryan Kostensky

Georgia Southern traveled to Texas State on Saturday where they fell 51-60 in what was their fourth straight loss.

In their final regular season road contest, the Eagles got off to a slow start, scoring only 17 points in the first half, trailing 17-27.

Led by junior guard, Rhein Beamon, and sophomore guard, Nakol Franks, who each dropped nine points, the Eagles stormed back in the third, outscoring the Bobcats 24-18, and trailed 41-45 going into the fourth quarter.

Unable to carry the momentum into the final quarter, the Eagles’ offense was stymied, scoring only 10 points.

GS comes home for their final two regular season games, and face South Alabama on March 1st, tip-off is set for 5 p.m.