TULSA, Okla. -- Four players scored in double figures as Tulsa pulled away in the second half to defeat Cal State-Fullerton 73-57 on Saturday.
Tulsa led 32-28 at the half on 45.5 percent shooting to 41 percent for the Titans (5-9), but the teams went in opposite directions in the second half. Tulsa ended up at 50 percent while Fullerton dropped down to 37.3 for the game.
The Titans also had twice as many turnovers (16) as assists (8). Tulsa's numbers were exactly opposite.
Tulsa had a 14 point lead late in the first half when the Titans went on a 12-0 run. They got within one in the second half before going cold as the Golden Hurricane pulled away.
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