Desmar Jackson and Anthony Beane led Southern with 12 points apiece.
Salukis have won five-straight home games for first time since 2009.
The Salukis will honor three senior players -- Kendal Brown-Surles, Jeff Early and T.J. Lindsay -- during pre-game ceremonies.
Senior forward recorded his eighth double-double of the season with 31 points and 12 rebounds.
Salukis shot 35 percent from the field.
Made at least one 3-pointer in 10-straight games to end the regular season, the longest streak of the season by a Saluki and the longest of his career...Was the active career leader in scoring and assists...Finished his career ranked 12th in career 3-pointers and 14th in career assists at SIU...Missed the New Orleans game on Dec. 17 due to illness.
Recorded 25 assists and seven turnovers in the last eight games of the season...Tied for team lead in 3-point FGs (38) and was second in assists (61) ...Scored double figures in 11 games...Did not play during the fall semester, missing six games, in order to focus on academics...Scored a career-high 19 points at Northern Illinois in his season debut on Dec. 17.
Fourth on the team in scoring (7.2 ppg)...Started 19 games, including the last 10 of the season...Ranked 8th in the MVC in 3-point shooting at .396...Had a career-high 18-point performance vs. Bradley on Feb. 5...Played both the point and the 2 guard...Led the team with 76 assists.
Made four starts as a true freshman...In the last seven games, he averaged 7.3 points, 25.7 minutes and had 24 assists and 15 turnovers...Shot .486 from the field and .750 from the free throw line during that span...A defensive specialist...Played double-digit minutes in all but two games.
Named second-team all-state his senior year, after averaging 19.6 points, 5.3 assists and 3.0 steals...Named an Indiana All-Star and ranked among the state's top 40 players...Three-time all-city selection, who averaged 15.5 points as a junior and 14.5 points as a sophomore...Played in the 2009 North/South Indiana All-Star Classic...Played football and was named all-conference...Finished sixth in the state in the long jump.
A cousin of Chris Lowery...Born February 10, 1991, in Evansville...From the same high school as Kevin Hardy, Calbert Cheaney, Walter McCarty and Chris Lowery...One of four left-handed players on the team (Justin Bocot, Mamadou Seck and Dantiel Daniels are the others)...Has three brothers and three sisters...Son of Jonathan Surles and Michelle Brown...Father is a marketing director for AT&T and mother works for Fed Ex.