Utahst 30 38 68
Seattleu 19 27 46
Date of game: 2/2/2013

Recap: Seattle vs. Utah State

Seattle, WA (Sports Network) - Spencer Butterfield recorded a double-double with 13 points and a game-high 11 rebounds as he helped guide the Utah State Aggies to a 68-46 win over the Seattle Redhawks in Western Athletic Conference play at KeyArena.

Jarred Shaw scored a game-high 16 points for the Aggies (16-5, 7-4 WAC), followed by TeNale Roland with 12 points and Marcel Davis 11 as the team posted a second straight win. Ben Clifford checked in with 10 rebounds as well.

The Redhawks (7-14, 2-9), losers of four of the last five outings, were paced by Chad Rasmussen with 10 points, although he shot just 2-of-10 from the floor, including 1-of-7 behind the 3-point line.

Seattle led by a basket early in the meeting, but the squad ended up with just eight field goals in the first half and missed all seven tries on the perimeter, en route to a 30-19 deficit at the break.

In the second half, while the hosts made good on only 29.4 percent from the floor, USU was knocking down 56.5 percent as it cruised to the comfortable win.

Utah State dominated the Redhawks on the glass, 44-25, helping the visitors to overcome 17 turnovers.

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