Here is the latest Pac-12 Conference sports news from The Associated Press – Mankato Free Press - STRATEGIES TO EARN MONEY



Here is the latest Pac-12 Conference sports news from The Associated Press – Mankato Free Press

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jaylen Clark scored 17 points, Jaime Jaquez and Tyger Campbell added 14 apiece and No. 8 UCLA rolled to a 76-50 victory over Sacramento State in the season opener for both teams. David Singleton added 13 points for the Bruins, who shot 53% from the field. Cameron Wilbon and Zach Chappell scored 10 apiece for Sacramento State. Clark, who had mainly come off the bench the past two seasons, showed he can produce as a starter. The 6-foot-5 junior guard made all seven of his shots from the floor, grabbed eight rebounds and had a career-high seven steals.

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Azuolas Tubelis scored 23 points and No. 17 Arizona went on a massive opening run to begin its second season under coach Tommy Lloyd with a 117-75 rout over Nicholls State. The Wildcats hit the hardwood pounding, repeatedly working the ball inside to score or kick it out to open shooters against the Colonels. Oumar Ballo added 18 points, helping Arizona set a school record with 71.7% shooting from the floor against the reigning Southland Conference regular-season champions. The Wildcats scored 16 straight points during a game-opening 30-4 run and had 30 assists to win their 20th consecutive home game.

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — N’Faly Dante had 16 points and 10 rebounds as No. 21 Oregon opened with an 80-45 victory over Florida A&M. Keeshawn Barthelemy added 13 points for the Ducks, who are ranked to start the season for the ninth straight year. Jordan Tillmon and Jordan Chatman had eight points apiece for the Rattlers, who lost seven top players from last season

CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) — Jordan Pope had 19 points, Dexter Akanno scored 18 and Oregon State overcame a 19-point deficit to beat Tulsa 73-70 in a season opener. Two free throws by Bryant Selebangue gave Tulsa a 41-22 lead with 2:45 remaining in the first half. Anthony Pritchard closed out the scoring with a three-point play and the Golden Hurricane led 44-28 at intermission. The Golden Hurricane stayed in front until Pope sank four straight free throws to knot the score at 59 with 5:31 remaining after Tulsa’s Sterling Gaston-Chapman was charged with a foul and a Class A Technical. The lead went back and forth until Akanno sank two free throws and followed a Pope layup with one of his own, giving OSU a 70-64 lead with 2:28 left. The Beavers never trailed again.

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Branden Carlson scored 21 points and had 10 rebounds, Ben Carlson had 11 rebounds and Utah beat Long Island 89-49 in a season opener. Lazar Stefanovic’s 3-pointer with 11:09 left in the first half put the Utes up 20-9 before extending the margin to 27-11 when Wilguens Exacte Jr. made a 3 almost four minutes later. Tre Wood scored 11 points for Long Island and Cheikh Ndiaye 10.

SEATTLE (AP) — Keion Brooks Jr. scored 20 points, PJ Fuller added 10 points, and Washington overcame a sluggish, mistake-filled start to pull away for a 69-52 win over Weber State in the season opener for both teams. Brooks, a transfer from Kentucky, hit 6 of 15 shots and grabbed seven rebounds. He would have had an even bigger debut but was just 7 of 13 at the foul line. Keith Dinwiddie led Weber State with 14 points, 12 coming in the first half. Steven Verplancken added 12 points for the Wildcats. Washington used a pair of big runs to build an advantage the Wildcats couldn’t overcome.

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — J’Vonne Hadley scored 16 points, KJ Simpson added 14 and Colorado beat UC Riverside 82-66 in a season opener to give coach Tad Boyle his 255th career win. The Highlanders led for just 17 seconds when Vladimer Salaridze made a layup with 11:14 before intermission. Then Colorado went on a 14-0 and remained in control from there. Zyon Pullin scored 17 points for the Highlanders.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Chase Johnston scored 20 points, Isaiah Thompson scored all 16 of his points in the second half when FGCU pulled away to shock USC 74-61 in a season-opening game on. The Eagles trailed by one at the half but stunned the Trojans, coached by former FGCU coach Andy Enfield, in the second half, leading by as many as 20 before holding on to give Pat Chambers a win in his first game at the school. Dahmir Bishop’s layup with four minutes to play had the Eagles up 65-45 before USC reeled off 11 points to cut the deficit to single digits with 1:07 remaining. Boggie Ellis was the only Trojan in double figures with 19.

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