EVANSVILLE, Ind. -- — Shamar Givance had 19 points as Evansville ran past Valparaiso 70-52 on Sunday, playing for the first time in two weeks.
The Purple Aces were coming off a pause for COVID-19 exposure while Valparaiso had played a double-overtime game on Thursday.
Evansville (7-8, 5-4 Missouri Valley Conference) scored a season-best 37 first-half points to lead by 10 at the break.
Donovan Clay, the Crusaders second-leading scorer at 12 ppg, shot 1 of 7 for three points.
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