No. 21 Saint Mary's vs. BYU: Gaels Cruise To An 80-66 Win Over The Cougars

Saint Mary's was able to stay undefeated in WCC play as they cruised to a 80-66 victory over BYU on Saturday night.

Saint Mary's picked up their eleventh win in a row after cruising to an 80-66 victory over the BYU Cougars late Saturday night. The BYU fans weren't to happy with the victory however, throwing things on the court at the end of the game. The Gaels jumped out to an early 40-28 lead in the Marriot Center in Provo and coasted to the victory in the second half. Matt Carlino was able to put up 15 points with three rebounds, three assists, and two steals in the loss. Brandon Davies and Noah Hartstock gave the Cougars some great minutes off the bench, picking up 14 and 15 points respectively.

The Cougars offense just couldn't do enough to keep up with Saint Mary's however, shooting just 2 of 13 from three-point land. Forward Brad Waldrow led Saint Mary's in scoring with 19 points and 11 rebounds for a double-double. Clint Steindl also added 16 points while Rob Jones added 13 points and nine rebounds. With the victory, No. 21 ranked Saint Mary's stays undefeated in WCC play, winning their tenth conference game in a row.

For more on the BYU Cougars, visit SB Nation's BYU blog Vanquish The Foe. For more on NCAA basketball, stick to SB Nation's basketball hub.

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