WICHITA, Kan. -- Carl Hall had 16 points and 11 rebounds Wednesday night and Wichita State won its seventh in a row, beating Tulsa 86-60.
Cleanthony Early scored 13 for the Shockers, who were coming off wins over DePaul and Iowa in the Cancun Challenge last week.
The Shockers led 38-27 at halftime and maintained a double-digit lead throughout the second half. James Woodard scored 15 points to lead the Golden Hurricane (4-3).
Hall and Early scored nine points each in the first half.
Wichita State leads the all-time series 62-60. The teams were rivals for decades in the Missouri Valley Conference.
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