WASHINGTON, D.C. -- George Washington had 12 players record at least one point in a rout of Sacred Heart 77-38 Sunday.
With the score 8-8 at the 14:52 mark in the first half, the Colonials closed the period on a 33-10 run to take a 41-18 lead into halftime.
George Washington dominated in bench points (20-2) in the first half, and shot 59.3 percent (16 for 27) in the period.
Sacred Heart (2-9) trailed by as many as 45 points and shot just 23.7 percent (14 for 59) in its lowest scoring game of the season.
Louis Montes led the Pioneers with 15 points and nine rebounds.
NCAA champion Villanova will play Notre Dame and Pittsburgh faces Penn State in the inaugural Never Forget Tribute Classic at Prudential Center on Dec. 10.
Florida guard Brandone Francis-Ramirez has decided to leave the team after two seasons.
Oklahoma basketball coach Lon Kruger has hired Carlin Hartman as an assistant.