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NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Brian Warren had 21 points as Texas-Arlington beat Georgia Southern 67-58 in the semifinals of the Sun Belt Conference Tournament on Saturday.

Warren shot 9 for 10 from the line.

Andres Ibarguen had 12 points and seven rebounds for Texas-Arlington (17-15). Patrick Mwamba added 10 points. Jabari Narcis had three blocks for Texas-Arlington.

Georgia Southern totaled 22 points in the first half, a season low for the team.

Quan Jackson had 16 points for the Eagles (21-12). David-Lee Jones Jr. added 12 points. Tookie Brown had six rebounds.

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