RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- Sparked by 3-pointers from James Ennis and Peter Pappageorge, Long Beach State went on a 10-0 run to begin the overtime period and went on to defeat UC Riverside 91-82 on Thursday night.
Keala King led Long Beach State (9-8, 5-1 Big West) with 18 points and Ennis had 17. Ennis had three 3-pointers and grabbed seven rebounds.
UC Riverside (4-13, 1-4) had four men score in double figures. They were Chris Patton with 21 points, Chris Harriel with 15, Taylor Johns with 14 and Austin Quick with 12. Quick had four 3-pointers and Harriel had three 3-pointers.
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