Pac-10 Men's Basketball Round-Up: November 13, 2009

Nov. 13, 2009

Arizona State Routs Western Illinois, 87-35
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) - Starters Jamelle McMillan scored 12 points and Rihards Kuksiks and Derek Glasser added 10 apiece to help Arizona State to a decisive 87-35 victory against overmatched Western Illinois in a season opener Friday night. Read More

Washington Whips Wright State, 74-69
SEATTLE (AP) - Isaiah Thomas immediately answered Washington's call for more scoring this season with a career-high 30 points, and the No. 14 Huskies held on for a 74-69 victory over Wright State on Friday night. Read More

Ducks Demolish Winston Salem State
EUGENE, Ore. - The Oregon men's basketball team opened up the 2009-10 season in a big way on Friday night, as Teondre Williams scored 19 points in leading the Ducks to a 94-43 victory. In a balanced Oregon attack, nine players scored six or more points as the Ducks won their first of three games in the BTI Tip-Off Tournament. Read More

Cougars Start Season With Win Over MVSU
PULLMAN, Wash. - Klay Thompson scored 20 points as Washington State beat Mississippi Valley State 94-66 Friday in the season opener for both teams.DeAngelo Casto added 18 points and nine rebounds as the Cougars defeated the Delta Devils for the third straight time. Read More

Beavers Lose Opener to Islanders, 67-43
LUBBOCK, Texas - Texas A&M-Corpus Christi's Kevin Palmer scored 23 points to lead the Islanders past the Oregon State Beavers 67-43 Friday night.Palmer led the Islanders with 23 points on 9-of-15 shooting. Terence Jones finished with 11 points in his first game as an Islander, while Demond Watt added 10. Read More

San Diego Defeats Stanford 77-64 Despite Fields' Career-High 25
SAN DIEGO - De'Jon Jackson and Brandon Johnson scored 18 points apiece to lead San Diego to a 77-64 win over Stanford in the season opener for both teams Friday night. San Diego (1-0) held the Cardinal to just two field goals in the final seven minutes, winning its season opener for just the second time in seven seasons despite a standout offensive performance from Landry Fields. Read More

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