NACOGDOCHES, Texas -- Kevon Harris scored 14 points and broke the Stephen F. Austin career scoring record at the Division I level, and the Lumberjacks won their 10th-straight game, defeating Central Arkansas 83-68 on Wednesday night.
Harris, who only needed three points to pass Thomas Walkup, broke the record with a dunk with 3:16 to play in the first half.
Walkup, who finished up in 2016 and is playing in Australia, sent his congratulations on Twitter after Harris moved past him by a dozen points to 1,756.
Stephen F. Austin defeated Central Arkansas 77-76 on Jan. 15. Stephen F. Austin takes on Incarnate Word on the road on Saturday. Central Arkansas takes on Nicholls State at home on Saturday.
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