January 30, 2014 | Vol. 117 -- No. 41

Eastern men split with Southern Utah, Portland State

Harvey's free throws lead Eagles at home to win; Turnovers turn tide on road loss at Portland State

A perfect and record performance at the free throw line last Thursday night helped keep Eastern Washington's league record unblemished at home.

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Paul Delaney
Eastern Washington\'s Tyler Harvey delivers an off-balance shot in last Thursday\'s Big Sky Conference basketball win over Southern Utah. Harvey had a career-high 36 points in the Eagles\' 90-83 win, plus he set a new school and conference record with a perfect 20-for-20 night at the free throw line.

However, careless ball handling this past Monday kept the Eagles winless on the road this season.

Sophomore guard Tyler Harvey set a Big Sky Conference record, going 20-of-20 at the free throw line and finished with a career-high 36 points as Eastern staved off the strong effort of the Southern Utah Thunderbirds 90-83 at Reese Court.

But Monday night at the Stott Center, Eastern saw a 10 point halftime lead vanish amidst 11 second half turnovers th...

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