Tulsa Men's Basketball Crushes Prairie View, 115-46
Dec. 30, 2000
TULSA, Okla. (AP) - Marcus Hill had 20 points to lead seven Tulsa players in double figures in a 115-46 win over Prairie View A&M Saturday.
Tulsa (8-4) shot a season-high 69.1 percent from the field (47-of-68) and 54.2 percent on 3-pointers (13-24).
The Panthers (1-8) were held to 28.3 percent from the field and were outrebounded 45-18.
Tulsa got 16 points off the bench from Antonio Reed. Marqus Ledoux, who had not scored a point all season, poured in 15, while guard Greg Harrington had 14, David Shelton 12 and Kevin Johnson and Dante Swanson added 10 points each. Johnson had 11 rebounds and three blocks, while Swanson added six assists and three steals.
Xavier Lee scored 20 points for Prairie View A&M, while the Panthers had 20 turnovers, including 15 steals by TU.
Tulsa used a 23-0 run to turn a 19-14 advantage into a 42-19 lead in the first half.
Tulsa shot 63.6 percent in building a 53-19 halftime advantage while the
Panthers hit just 23.3 percent and were outrebounded 26-11.
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