Josh Langford added 13 points, and Nino Johnson and Isiah Jones had 10 apiece for the Redhawks (1-2), who made 30 of 53 shots for 56.6 percent. Bradley made 4 of 8 3-point attempts and the Redhawks hit 8 of 18 from the arc for 44.4 percent.
Both teams had trouble with turnovers. The Redhawks had 23 and the Trojans 24. However, Southeast Missouri enjoyed a 40-22 rebounding advantage.
Jay Jones was the only Trojans player in double figures with 15 points.
The Redhawks, who led 42-29 at halftime, outscored the Trojans 22-4 to open the second half and lead 64-33 with 11:02 remaining.
The game was an exhibition for the NAIA Trojans, who came into the contest 0-4.