Iupui 21 34 55
Butler 52 35 87
Date of game: 12/5/2012

Recap: Butler vs. IUPUI

Indianapolis, IN (Sports Network) - Five players scored in double figures for the Butler Bulldogs, led by Rotnei Clarke and Kellen Dunham with 17 points apiece, as they defeated the IUPUI Jaguars, 87-55, in a one-sided affair at Hinkle Fieldhouse.

Clarke was 4-of-6 from three-point range while Dunham was 3-of-5 beyond the arc for the Bulldogs (6-2). Andrew Smith (11 points), Khyle Marshall (10), and Erik Fromm (10) were the other three players to score in double digits as Butler posted a third straight win.

For the Jaguars (3-7), Donovan Gibbs and Mitchell Patton both scored 10 points as the team suffered a third straight defeat. Gibbs also pulled down six rebounds and dished out three assists.

Butler took a 52-21 lead into halftime after knocking down nine three-pointers and shooting 60.0 percent from the field.

In the second half the Bulldogs outscored IUPUI 35-34 while shooting 50.0 percent from the field.

The Bulldogs, who made good on 11-of-21 shots beyond the arc, scored 22 points off 19 turnovers by the Jaguars.

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