California rolls past Princeton 81-60Nov 30, 2009 - 12:13 AM BERKELEY, Calif.(AP) -- Jamal Boykin matched his career high with 22 points, Jerome Randle also had 22 and California easily beat Princeton 81-60 on Sunday.
Boykin made 11 of 14 shots and grabbed seven rebounds while leading the Golden Bears (4-2) to their second straight lopsided win after falling out of the Associated Press Top 25 last week.
Patrick Saunders scored 14 points and Ian Hummer had 13 for Princeton. The Tigers (2-3) fell behind by 15 points midway through the first half and couldn't recover.
Max Zhang, Cal's 7-foot sophomore center, matched his career high with seven points and had five rebounds and a steal in his first career start as coach Mike Montgomery adjusted his lineup due to illness and injury.
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