The Morehead State women's basketball team lost a game but set a conference record.
Morehead hit 11 three-pointers to push its season total to 269 — an Ohio Valley Conference single-season mark — in a 74-63 loss at Eastern Illinois on Thursday night.
"We played hard enough to win, we just didn't get it done," Morehead Coach Mike Bradbury said.
Despite the loss, Morehead (18-8, 11-3) was able to clinch a first-round home game in the OVC Tournament when Murray State lost at Tennessee Tech.
Chynna Bozeman led Morehead with 15 points on five three-pointers.
Eastern Kentucky 50, Southeast Missouri State 45: Freshman Alex Jones scored 15 points, including two clinching free throws with three seconds left, to lead host EKU (11-13, 7-7 OVC).
Southeast Missouri (7-16, 4-9 OVC) pulled within 48-45 with 43 seconds left but never could take the lead.
Tennessee Tech 80, Murray State 67: Senior Kayla Vance's career-high 27 points — also a Murray State season best — wasn't enough for the visiting Racers (10-14, 5-8 OVC).
Freshman Mariah Robinson was two points shy of her first career double-double. She had 10 rebounds and a career-high three blocks.
Georgetown 65, Cumberlands 59: Freshman Kourtney Tyra scored 12 of her game-high 21 points in the second half and had six assists to lead host Georgetown (15-9, 6-3 Mid-South Conference).
No. 18 Butler 69, Youngstown St. 57: Gordon Hayward scored 22 points and had a career-high 17 rebounds to lead visiting Butler to its 14th consecutive win. Butler (22-4, 15-0) overcame 11 first-half turnovers to clinch its fourth straight Horizon League title. The Bulldogs' winning streak is one behind Siena for the longest in the nation. The teams will meet Jan. 20.
The Bulldogs' start in conference play is the best by any Horizon team since Wisconsin-Green Bay began 16-0 in 1995-96. They can match that with a win Saturday at second-place Cleveland State.
Butler point guard Shelvin Mack, a Bryan Station graduate, had seven points and seven assists.
Seton Hall 90, Notre Dame 87: Jeremy Hazell scored 35 points to lead host Seton Hall, and Notre Dame All-America candidate Luke Harangody was forced to leave the game with an injured left knee.
Harangody, the nation's No. 3 scorer (24.5 points a game), was injured coming down on a rebound attempt with 8:42 to play. He left the court, was treated and returned briefly before leaving the game again.
Harangody had 13 points and six rebounds in 29 minutes.
Georgetown 66, Cumberlands 57: Kyle Saxton hit all three of his three-point attempts and scored 16 points to lead host Georgetown (18-6, 6-3 Mid-South).