SAN ANTONIO -- Issiah Grayson scored 31 points, hitting 6 of 7 from beyond the arc, to lead Cal State-Bakersfield over Texas-San Antonio 90-64 on Wednesday.
Paced by Grayson, Bakersfield hit on 63 percent of its 3-point attempts (12 of 19) and shot 58 percent from the floor overall while making all 20 of its free throws.
The teams played a tight first half; the largest lead by either team was seven points with 43 seconds left in the half after Corbin drilled a trey. A pair of free throws by Lewis on the next possession trimmed the cushion for Bakersfield to five at the intermission.
Bakersfield opened the second half with a 16-6 run and never looked back.
White House officials said Tuesday that the Villanova men's basketball team will visit with President Barack Obama next week.
Kendrick Nunn, who pleaded guilty to misdemeanor domestic battery last week, has been dismissed from the Illinois basketball team.
Delaware has hired Notre Dame assistant Martin Ingelsby as its next men's basketball head coach, sources told ESPN's Jeff Borzello.
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