STOCKTON, Calif. -- Travis Fulton scored 10 points over the final 6:40 of the game, helping Pacific record a 67-59 victory over San Francisco on Saturday.
Pacific had a 36-25 rebounding advantage.
Each team had two key 3-point shots in the second half. Pacific got one from Markus Duran at 12:59 and another from Fulton at 6:40. San Francisco (5-2) had a 37-29 lead on a long shot by Chris Adams with 15:32 left, and another from beyond the arc by Mark Tollefsen tied the game at 45 with 9:39 left.
Tolleson and Cole Dickerson each had 14 for San Francisco, and Dickerson had nine rebounds.
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