SLU Tops Butler

Surging Saint Louis continued itsimpressive stretch by knocking off its second Top-25 team of the week. Mike McCall Jr. posted 18 points and Dwayne Evans followed with 17 as the Billikens roared back with a strong second half to down 15th-ranked Butler, 65-61, on Friday at Hinkle Fieldhouse. In recording its second nine-game winning streak of the season, Saint Louis (21-5, 10-2 A-10) now stands alone atop the conference. Kwamain Mitchell added 10 of his 12 points in the second
half in the victory. The Bulldogs (22-6, 9-4) have suffered defeat twice to the Billikens during their run and have fallen into third place in the conference with Friday's loss. Kellen Dunham led Butler with 14 points --all in the first half -- while Roosevelt Jones and Rotnei Clarke each had 13 in the setback.

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