MALIBU, Calif. -- Lorne Jackson scored 20 points off the bench as Pepperdine defeated Redlands 89-71 on Thursday night.
Pepperdine shot 47.5 percent (29 of 61) and dominated inside with a 48-30 rebounding advantage and 40-18 edge on points in the paint.
Jackson also had three rebounds, three assists and three steals. He acored seven points during a 17-0 run toward the end of the first half that helped the Waves to a 38-19 lead with less than 3 minutes to play.
Pepperdine's advantage stayed in double digits the rest of the game. The Waves' lead peaked at 23.
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