Hawaii 31 34 65
Ucdavis 47 42 89
Date of game: 2/14/2013

Recap: UC Davis vs. Hawaii

Davis, CA (Sports Network) - Corey Hawkins paced five teammates in double figures with 21 points as the UC Davis Aggies made easy work of the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors, 89-65, in a Big West Conference bout at The Pavilion.

Ryan Sypkens shot 5-of-7 from 3-point range en route to 17 points for UC Davis (10-13, 6-6 Big West), which has won two of three. Paolo Mancasola and Tyler Les scored 11 points apiece, J.T. Adenrele had 10 points, and Ryan Howley ripped down 10 rebounds for the home team.

For Hawaii (15-10, 9-5), Hauns Brereton led the way with 17 points, while Brandon Spearman and Ozren Pavlovic netted 12 and 10 points, respectively. Jace Tavita handed out eight assists for the Rainbow Warriors, who snapped a season-long five-game winning streak.

Both teams shot greater than 52 percent from the field in the first half, but UC Davis was able to take a comfortable 47-31 lead at intermission by going 6- of-9 from 3-point range and 7-of-8 from the foul line.

The Aggies' field goal efficiency slowed to 42.9 percent after halftime, but their advantage was never in doubt as they led by as many as 28.

UC Davis claimed a 38-29 edge in the rebounding battle and scored 26 points off of 17 Hawaii turnovers.

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