PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) — Freshman Efe Abogidi had his first double-double, Noah Williams scored a career-high 21 factors and Washington State beat Montana State 82-54.
Abogidi completed with profession highs of 19 factors and 15 rebounds. He scored WSU’s first seven factors, and Williams added six extra, in a 15-3 run that gave the Cougars a 17-5 lead about seven minutes into the sport and Montana State trailed by double figures the remainder of the best way.
Amin Adamu led Montana State (2-2) with 12 factors and Mike Hood added 11. Washington State’s main scorer, Isaac Bonton sat out with a thigh damage.