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The Gaels came out firing on all cylinders. Stephen Holt keyed the quick start, and finished with 16 points.
Playing in front of by far the largest crowd of the season for them, Saint Mary’s couldn’t sustain it.
BYU 84, Saint Mary’s 71
» Tyler Haws scores a game-high 33 points and BYU defeats Saint Mary’s for the first time as a member of the West Coast Conference.
» Saint Mary’s leads by 14 points in the first half before the Cougars stage a furious comeback to trail by just a point at the break.
» Kyle Collinsworth scores 20 points and grabs nine rebounds for BYU.
The Gaels made just two field goals in the first half’s final eight minutes, despite the fact that BYU’s Mika and Nate Austin were on the bench with two fouls each.
Luke Worthington fouled out and didn’t score in 10 minutes, a feat Haws referred to as a "Bronson effort," alluding to Bronson Kaufusi, the football player who helped the basketball team last year. Rose called Worthington’s work "great minutes," praising the freshman’s effort.
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