HOLLY SPRINGS, Miss. — Rust College swept Hendrix in men’s and women’s basketball games here Tuesday night.

Rust won the men’s game 101-81 and the women’s game, 73-61.

MEN

The host Bearcats (1-2) outrebounded the Warriors (0-4) 47-24, with Hendrix only grabbing two offensive rebounds.

First-half foul trouble led to the Bearcats shooting 15-of-18 from the free-throw line, while the Warriors were only 6-of-8. Hendrix shot 57 percent (17-of-30) from the field and Rust was 19-of-40 (48 percent). The Bearcats led 56-45 at the break.

For the game, Rust shot 50 percent from the field (38-of-76) and 83 percent (19-of-23) from the line. Hendrix shot 54 percent (30-of-56) from the field, but were only 10-of-17 from the free-throw line. The Warriors made a season-best 11 3-pointers on 19 attempts.

Hendrix was led by junior guard Jaren Riley, who was one off his career best with 21 points. Riley shot 8-of-14 from the field and was 5-of-6 from 3-point range. Senior Chris Goodman had 15 points and five 3-pointers. Senior guard Ammon Martin had 15 points.

The Warriors will be off until Dec. 2, when they open Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference play with Trinity in Conway.

WOMEN

The Warriors (1-3) were outshot by the Lady Bearcats (2-3) 51 to 39 percent, and were outrebounded 33-22.

The Lady Bearcats shot 54 percent (15-of-28) from the field in the first period, while the Warriors shot 35 percent (9-of-26). Rust led at halftime 33-25. Senior guard Anna Roane hit three outside shots for nine points in the first half.

Rust extended its lead to 19 points with 10:55 left. Hendrix went on a 20-9 run to cut the deficit to 64-56 with 1:48 to play, but that would not come any closer.

In the second half, Rust sophomore post player Jessica Brown scored 18 points for a game total of 20 to go with 11 rebounds.

For the game, the Lady Bearcats were 31-of-61 from the field and the Warriors were 21-of-54. Hendrix went 8-of-18 from 3-point range.

Roan hit four 3-pointers and led Hendrix with a season-high 16 points. Sophomore forward Jamie Tate had nine points and six rebounds off the bench. Senior guards Katy Ashley-Pauley and Avery Roller added eight points each.

The Warriors will travel to St. Louis, Mo, and face Washington University on Saturday.