LIHUI, Hawaii -- Christian Standhardinger matched his career high, scoring 31 points in leading Hawaii to a 94-84 win over Division II-Chaminade, at Kauai High School on the island of Kauai Saturday night.
Standhardinger's 31 points are a season high.
Chaminade raced to a 13-point lead at 25-12 with 12 minutes left in the half. Keith Shamburger sparked a Hawaii comeback with a pair of 3-pointers, the second knotting the score at 34-34 with 4:18 left.
Isaac Fotu added 18 points for the Warrirors, 16 each from Shamburger and Garrett Nevels. Shamburger's free throw with :18 left insured Hawaii of a double-digit win. All seven wins over the Silverswords have been by 10 points or more.
Kiran Shastri scored 25 points to lead Chaminade.
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