KENNESAW, Ga. -- Tyler Hooker had a career-high 36 points as Kennesaw State defeated Stetson 83-82 on Friday night.
Jankovic made two free throws with 1:09 to go for the final points in the regular-season finale.
The Owls missed their final six shots, but on their final possessions the Hatters turned the ball over three times and missed three shots, including a 3-point try to end the game.
Kennesaw State claimed the eighth and final seed to the conference tournament while Stetson saw its season end.
The Owls evened the season series against the Hatters with the win. Stetson defeated Kennesaw State 92-75 on Feb. 2.
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