NORFOLK, Va. --
A.J. Oliver II had 20 points -- 16 in the second half -- and 12 rebounds as Old Dominion defeated UTSA 84-59 on Wednesday night.
Tied at 31-all at halftime, Old Dominion scored a season-high 53 points in the second half, with Oliver scoring 11 points in a 19-0 run that left the Monarchs ahead 66-41 with nine minutes left.
Keaton Wallace had 18 points for the Roadrunners (13-17, 7-10). Jhivvan Jackson, who came in as the nation's second-leading scorer at 27.3 points per game, scored 14 points, becoming the first UTSA player to pass 2,000 career points (2,004) while also making a 3-pointer for the 45th consecutive game.
The Monarchs leveled the season series against the Roadrunners with the win. UTSA defeated Old Dominion 85-81 on Feb. 6.
Old Dominion finishes the regular season against UAB on the road on Saturday. UTSA finishes the regular season against Marshall at home on Saturday.
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