WASHINGTON -- Toby Hegner made a career-high five 3-pointers in scoring 19 points and Creighton defeated Georgetown 90-66 on Saturday.
Hegner made 5 of 8 3-point tries and the Blue Jays (13-3, 3-1 Big East) hit 16 of 36 from the arc in winning their third straight game and eighth in their past nine.
Davion Mintz added four 3-pointers and 17 points. Khyri Thomas scored 15 points and Martin Krampeli had 12 points and 11 rebounds for his fifth double-double this season. The Blue Jays shot 48.5 percent and had 24 assists on 33 field goals.
Creighton led from the opening minute, was ahead 45-27 at halftime, and by 32 late in the game.
None of the Hoyas starters scored in double figures with Jagan Mosely leading with 11 points. Georgetown (11-4, 1-3), which has lost three of its past four games, shot just 36.5 percent and only 26 percent from the arc (6 of 23). They held a slim edge on the boards but had 15 turnovers.
Memphis forward Karim Sameh Azab said on social media that he has been diagnosed with cancer and has started treatment.
John Calipari, who has been pushing for new rules that would end the one-and-done system in college basketball, says he met with National Basketball Players Association representatives to talk about a combine for high school juniors.
Point guard Davion Mitchell is transferring to Baylor after playing in all 34 games as a freshman at Auburn.