Pope helps Oregon State win against Seattle U 73–58

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CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) — Jordan Pope scored 11 of his 15 points in the second half to help Oregon State pull away and beat Seattle U 73-58 on Thursday night.

Oregon State ran a 27-5 run to take a 70-50 lead at 3:57. Dzmitry Ryuny scored six points with a pair 3s in the final stretch. The Beavers shot 56.5% in the second half (13 of 23), and were 18 out of 22 (82%) from the free-throw lines.

Glenn Taylor Jr. had 13 points for Oregon State (5-6). Tyler Bilodeau had 11. Ryuny grabbed 12 rebounds.

Seattle’s Riley Grigsby had 14 points to lead (7-2). Alex Schumacher scored 10. Paris Dawson had 11 points. Grigsby and Dawson both had five of nine Redhawks baskets at long range.

Seattle (7-2), which had its best start since 2006-07 and hadn’t opened 8-1 in 1966-67, scored 34% (19 out of 56).

For most of the first period, Seattle was leading 28-25 at halftime. After making consecutive 3s, Brandton Chatfield added another dunk and Dawson scored consecutive 3s during an 80 surge that gave Redhawks their largest lead in the second half, which was 36-28 with 16:42 left.

Oregon State hosts Green Bay on Saturday and Denver on December 21. After that, a three game road trip into the Pac-12 Conference begins with Oregon on Dec. 31. Seattle hosts Alcorn State this Sunday.

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