TACOMA, Washington – Four Loggers scored at least 15 points as the Puget Sound men's basketball team crushed Northwest Indian, 103-64, on Friday evening.
The Loggers (5-3) eclipsed the 100-point mark in regulation for the first time since Dec. 29, 2008 when they defeated Simpson, 118-88.
Keith Shattuck led the Loggers in scoring with 19 points while going perfect from the floor, 7-for-7, and from the line, 2-for-2. Nick Holden completed his second double-double of the season in the win. He scored 15 points going 7-for-10 from the floor and had 10 rebounds. Erin Barber also scored 19 points in the game and had a team-leading four assists. Ben Bates went 8-for-11 for 16 points.
Puget Sound shot 64.5% from the field in the first half and ended the game shooting 58.9%. 12 different Loggers scored points against Northwest Indian (0-8).
Puget Sound led the game for 37 minutes and enjoyed its biggest lead of 42 at the end of the game. The Loggers bested the Eagles in rebounds (49-21), steals (11-8) and assists (19-7). Puget Sound took advantage of 17 Eagle turnovers that resulted in 27 points.
The Loggers are off for the rest of the calendar year, and they open their conference schedule at George Fox on Jan. 3, at 6 p.m.
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