Eyassu Worku scored 17 points, Collin Welp and Max Hazzard combined for 25 of their 27 in the second half and UC Irvine erased an 18-point deficit to defeat Cal State Northridge 74-68 on Saturday.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/6W 86-68
- 11/9W 74-73
- 11/12LPW 87-53
- 11/15W 61-49
- 11/19W 65-56
- 11/20W 67-55
- 11/21L 67-60
- 11/28W 80-75
- 12/1L 89-65
- 12/5W 69-66
- 12/8W 60-51
- 12/15W 86-52
- 12/19W 52-48
- 12/21L 71-54
- 12/29L 84-75
- 1/3W 85-74
- 1/10W 71-69
- 1/12W 63-46
- 1/16L 80-70
- 1/19W 74-68
- 1/23W 75-74
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- 2/2h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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