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.
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