Santaclara 75
Pacific 71
Date of game: 12/15/2012

Recap: Pacific vs. Santa Clara

Stockton, CA (Sports Network) - Kevin Foster scored 31 points to lead the Santa Clara Broncos to a 75-71 road win over the Pacific Tigers at the Spanos Center.

Foster shot 10-of-24 from the floor and made all seven free throw attempts en route to a season-high point total for Santa Clara (8-2). The Broncos have now won three straight contests after losing consecutive games in overtime. Evan Roquemore filled the stat sheet with 21 points, eight assists and seven rebounds in 38 minutes while Marc Trasolini finished with a 13 points and 12 boards for a double-double.

Sama Taku led Pacific (5-5) with 23 points while making 3-of-5 attempts from 3-point range. Lorenzo McCloud added 12 points while the Tigers shot 50.0 percent from behind the arc in the game.

Pacific jumped out to a 30-27 halftime advantage after shooting 6-of-10 from behind the arc including back-to-back triples from Markus Duran to end the half. The Tigers' bench also outscored the Santa Clara reserves, 16-1.

The game was tied with 2:51 remaining in the game when Foster got hot, knocking down three 3-pointers in less than two minutes to give the Broncos a lead. Foster added a layup and Trasolini and Roquemore each went 2-of-2 from the foul line late to seal the victory.

The Broncos improve to 89-41 all-time over the Tigers.

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