SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- — Kyle Owens scored a career-high 22 points and Montana beat Sacramento State 78-66 on Thursday, pouring in the most points the Hornets have allowed all season.
The Hornets had ranked fifth nationally, allowing 58.3 points per game.
Montana made 25 of 53 field goals (47%) against a Sac State team that had not allowed more than 65 points in a game this season. The Griz were 26 of 30 at the free throw line and also had fewer turnovers (9 to 11) and more assists (13 and 11) than the Hornets.
Sacramento State's previous home loss was Feb. 29, 2020. The opponent? Montana.
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