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Men's College Basketball: Pepperdine holds off San Francisco, 76-68
Men's College Basketball

Men's College Basketball: Pepperdine holds off San Francisco, 76-68

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San Francisco guard Khalil Shabazz, shown looking to pass around Gonzaga's Drew Timme in Spokane, Wash. on Jan. 2, led the Dons against Pepperdine on Wednesday with 20 points.

SAN FRANCISCO — Colbey Ross had 22 points as Pepperdine defeated San Francisco 76-68 on Wednesday.

Sedrick Altman had 15 points for Pepperdine (9-8, 5-3 West Coast Conference). Jan Zidek added 14 points and Kessler Edwards had 13 points and 11 rebounds.

Pepperdine totaled 51 points in the second half, a season best.

Khalil Shabazz had 20 points for the Dons (10-9, 4-5). Isaiah Hawthorne added 13 points and Josh Kunen had eight rebounds.

San Diego State 77, San Jose State 55

SAN DIEGO — Jordan Schakel had 24 points as the Aztecs (15-4, 9-3 Mountain West Conference) rolled past the Spartans on Wednesday night.

Terrell Gomez had 13 points in San Diego State's sixth consecutive victory. Lamont Butler added 11 points. Matt Mitchell had seven rebounds.

Trey Smith scored a career-high 22 points and had eight rebounds for San Jose State (5-13, 3-11). Sebastian Mendoza added 14 points and seven rebounds. Ralph Agee had seven rebounds.

Jalen Dalcourt, the Spartans’ second leading scorer coming into the contest at 12 points per game, had only three points. He hit 14% from behind the arc (1 of 7).

The Aztecs improved to 2-0 against the Spartans for the season. San Diego State had defeated San Jose State 85-54 on Monday.

Mag scores for No. 25 Rutgers

IOWA CITY, Iowa — Prolific Prep of Napa Christian alumnus Mawot Mag scored Rutgers' final points on a 3-pointer with 37 seconds left in a 79-66 loss to No. 15 Iowa on Wednesday. Mag's eighth trey of the season were his only points.

Joe Wieskamp had a season-high 26 points and Luka Garza, the nation’s leading scorer at 25.5 points per game, had 22 for the Hawkeyes (14-6, 8-5 Big Ten). Geo Baker led Rutgers (11-7, 7-7) with 11 points.

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