DENTON, Texas -- Javion Hamlet had a season-high 27 points as North Texas defeated Old Dominion 64-47 on Saturday.
Hamlet made all 10 of his foul shots.
Umoja Gibson had 18 points for North Texas (18-9, 12-2 Conference USA), which won its fourth straight game. Thomas Bell added eight rebounds. Zachary Simmons had 10 rebounds but also committed eight turnovers.
Old Dominion totaled a season-low 17 first-half points.
Joe Reece had 12 points for the Monarchs (11-16, 7-7). Xavier Green added 11 points.
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