Oregon State sinks Loyola-Marymount
OREGON STATE 78, Loyola Marymount 74
PORTLAND STATE 125, Portland Bible 50
SIMON FRASER 68, Concordia 60
WARNER PACIFIC 75, Northwest 74
MULTNOMAH 74, Evergreen State 69
• At Corvallis, Drew Eubanks made all 10 of his shots and scored 22 points as the Beavers held off Loyola-Marymount for a four-point win.
Tres Tinkle added 18 points, seven assists, seven rebounds, three blocked shots and two steals for OSU (4-3).
Eubanks is the fourth player in Oregon State history to be perfect shooting from the floor with 10 or more attempts in a game. Steve Johnson did it twice (including a school-best 13 for 13 against Hawai'i-Hilo on Dec. 5, 1979), as did Charlie Sitton. A.C. Green was 10 for 10 in a 1984 Civil War game.
Eubanks is shooting 72.7 percent from the floor on the season.
Stephen Thompson Jr. and Ethan Thompson scored 11 apiece for the Beavers.
An 18-2 run in the first half helped Oregon State to a 16-point lead in the first half and a 13-point halftime advantage.
Loyola-Marymount made nine 3-pointers in the second half and pulled within two three times but could never get even.
Four players reached double figures for the Lions, who scored 49 points in the second half. Center Mattias Markusson had 12 points and 10 rebounds for LMU.
• Portland State scored its most points in almost four decades and the 75-point margin of victory was the largest in program history while overwhelming the outgunned Wildcats in a game played at Lewis & Clark College.
Portland Bible, a member of the National Christian Collegiate Athletics Association, held an early 6-4 lead before PSU's pressure fueled a 14-0 run. The Vikings (6-2) led 71-28 by halftime. They finished the game with 52 points off of 38 Portland Bible turnovers.
Portland State had six players score in double figures, led by Bryce Canda's 20 points. Brendan Rumel had 19 points and Deontae North 18.
Deante Strickland had 11 of PSU's 36 assists and also had four steals and eight rebounds. Holland Woods had 10 assists.
Jamie Orme had 15 points and shared the rebound lead with eight.
Aaron Deatherage and Cameron Jensen had 12 points apiece for Portland Bible (1-9).
• In small college action, Simon Fraser dominated inside to beat visiting Concordia by eight. SFU outscored the Cavaliers 46-24 in the paint and held a 18-5 edge on second-chance points. … Warner Pacific held on for a home win over Northwest despite scoring its final points with 4:59 remaining. Northwest cut a nine-point lead to one with 2:39 on the clock, but neither team scored the rest of the way. Keaton Bankofier hit five 3s and had 19 points for the Knights. Collin Malcom had 15 points and 11 rebounds. … Multnomah (2-7) held on to beat visiting Evergreen (0-7). The Lions led throughout the second half but Evergreen kept it close and pulled within one point twice. Ben Grandle had 18 points and 12 rebounds and Darius Redrick scored 22 for Multnomah.