57 - 78 Final
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BYU takes care of Hawaii

Dec 5, 2010 - 5:19 AM Salt Lake City, UT (Sports Network) - Jimmer Fredette scored 16 points while Stephen Rogers added 13 as 21st-ranked BYU downed Hawaii, 78-57, at EnergySolutions Arena.

Logan Magnusson added 11 points while Brandon Davies chipped in with nine for the Cougars (8-0), who have held four of their opponents to 60 points or less.

"Every time you get guys that go in there and they feel comfortable and confident and make shots and make plays for your team, it makes you deeper and helps you down the road," BYU head coach Dave Rose said.

Hiram Thompson scored 15 points while Joston Thomas and Vander Joaquim supplied 12 each for the Warriors (5-2), who have lost their last two games.

BYU jumped out to a 10-2 lead before a Thomas layup sliced the lead to 19-15 shortly before the midpoint of the half.

BYU reasserted control with a 15-4 run to take a 43-27 lead at the break.

Hawaii drew as close as 12 three minutes into the second half and the margin stayed in that general vicinity before the Cougars pulled away over the final stages of the game.

Two Noah Hartsock foul shots made it 69-48 with 4 1/2 minutes to play and the lead grew to as many as 24 with 84 seconds remaining.

"We didn't shoot very well and we're an outstanding three-point shooting team. We couldn't hit shots so we never got into the flow offensively," Hawaii head coach Gib Arnold said.

Game Notes

BYU leads the all-time series, 33-14...Hawaii won the last meeting in Salt Lake City to capture the 1994 WAC Tournament title...Fredette is six points from tying Mark Bigelow for eighth on the Cougars all-time scoring list with 1,715...Hawaii has lost 13 straight road games dating back to the 2008-09 season...Warriors head coach Gib Arnold graduated from BYU and his father Frank was the Cougars' head coach from 1975-83 and the Hawaii head coach from 1985-87...Thompson's younger brother Chris played one year at wide receiver for BYU before embarking on a two-year mission.

  • HAWAII: 57
    BYU: 78

    Dec 4 8:15 PM

  • HAWAII: 27
    BYU: 43

    Dec 4 7:01 PM

  • HAWAII: 0
    BYU: 0
    1st Half - 20:00

    Dec 4 6:08 PM