SEATTLE -- Riley Grigsby had a career night in leading Seattle to an 81-60 victory over Incarnate Word on Tuesday night.
Grigsby had a career-best 22 points and 10 rebounds. He was 6 of 9 from the floor, knocking down 3 of 5 from distance. Grigsby also had two steals and one block for Seattle (5-5), which has won three straight after dropping three consecutive games.
The Redhawks took an early lead and slowly pulled away for a 47-28 advantage at the break.
Keaston Willis had 14 points to lead Incarnate Word (2-7).
The Redhawks will play Portland in the Elgin Baylor Classic on Saturday. Incarnate Word will be at home against Trinity University (Texas) on Saturday.
Georgetown College (KY), Minnesota State, MIT, Barry University all recognized on #SeniorNight
This edition of #SeniorNight recognizes Chris Coffey for his outstanding season with Georgetown College (KY), Carly Esselman for her game-ending homer in her final at-bat for Minnesota State softball, Matt Johnston for his four homer game for MIT baseball
Carlik Jones commits to Louisville as grad transfer from Radford
Guard Carlik Jones, the top graduate transfer in the country, announced Sunday night that he has committed to Louisville. Jones was the Big South Player of the Year this past season while at Radford.
Columbia grad transfer Patrick Tape recommits to Duke
Patrick Tape, the Columbia graduate transfer who had reopened his recruitment after decommitting to the Blue Devils, says he will attend and play for Duke, after all.
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