Southeastern will break up what was a four-game conference home-stand dating back to December with a three-game Great American Conference road trip that begins on Jan. 15 with a 7:30 p.m. matchup against Arkansas Tech in Russellville, Ark., and is followed by a Jan. 17 matchup in Arkadelphia, Ark., against Ouachita Baptist at 3 p.m.
The Savage Storm enter Thursday's matchup at 7-8 overall on the season and 3-4 in GAC play following a 71-67 win over Harding. SE is currently seventh in the league standings, in a tie with HU.
SE got a pair of 17 point games from Taylor Smaller and Sami Bzai to pick up the win over the Bisons, while overall on the season it is Danny Powell who leads the offense with 15.7 ppg, while Smaller is next at 13.7 and Bzai right behind at 12.1.
All three players are in the league's top-25 scorers, with Powell in eighth.
Darius Harris leads the team on the glass with 8.6 rpg which is good for third in the GAC, while Powell is sixth in the conference at 7.6 per game.
Smaller is dishing out a team-best 3.7 assists per contest which has him tied for second in the conference, while Bzai is also in the top-10 at 3.1 per game.
The Wonder Boys enter Thursday's contest at 8-7 overall on the year and 4-3 in league play to hold fourth place in the standings.
They are paced offensively by Mike Balogun at 13.1 ppg, while Nick Wayman is putting up 10.2 per contest.
Wayman also leads the team in rebounding with 5.7 rpg, while Jay Murphy is dishing out a team-best 3.3 assists per game.
The Tigers head into the weekend's games at 9-3 overall and 5-2 in GAC play which is second in the conference, but they are coming off an 88-82 loss to East Central which snapped a four-game winning streak.
They have a foursome of double-digit scorers led by the 17.8 ppg of Tirrell Brown, while Justin McCleary, Colt Fason and Micah Delph are each over 10 ppg.
Fason leads the team in rebounding with 8.1 per game, while David Berete is dishing out a team-high 3.2 assists per contest.