Both the mens and womens basketball teams at SAGU took overtime losses on Saturday at Paul Quinn College.

The girls lost 77-71 while the men took a 103-91 defeat.

The girls game started slowly with Paul Quinn jumping out to a 25-14 halftime lead.

The game, however, picked up in the second half when SAGU outscored Paul Quinn 54-43 to tie the game at 68-68 at the end of regulation.

The Lady Lions went cold in the overtime period though as Paul Quinn held SAGU to only three points to take the 77-71 win.

Evelyn Johnson set a new season and career high with 39 points. Jamie Duke and Michelle Michener each scored 12 points in the game. The Lady Lions hit 16 of 31 free throws.

At one point, SAGU trailed by 18 points, but then rallied back and at the buzzer Johnson hit a 3-pointer to send the game to overtime.

In the mens game Paul Quinn earned a slight 46-41 edge by halftime, but SAGU turned the tables in the second half and outscored Paul Quinn 46-41 to for an 87-87 tie.

In the extra period, SAGU struggled to find the basket as the Lions scored just four points in the 103-91 loss.

Julio Osorio set a season high with 32 points and 12 rebounds to add to his double-double collection on the year. Osorio also went 6-6 from the free throw line and had four blocks.

On Thursday the Lady Lions will play in Moore, OK against Hillsdale Baptist College while the Lions will play in Marshall against Wiley College.

Then Saturday night, both basketball teams will play in the Full Life Center against Langston University with the women’s game starting at 5:30 p.m. and twenty minutes later, the men will play.