Sonost 30 28 58
Illinoisst 37 38 75
Date of game: 11/29/2013

Recap: Illinois State vs. Sonoma State

San Francisco, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - Daishon Knight scored 21 points as the Illinois State Redbirds completed a 75-58 victory over the Sonoma State Seawolves as part of the Golden Gate Challenge at War Memorial Gymnasium.

Zach Lofton added 19 points for Illinois State (2-4).

Justin Herold netted 21 points and Brandon Glanz tacked on 10 points and eight rebounds for Sonoma State (1-3).

Illinois State hit 45.5 percent of its shots in the first half, including an 8-of-13 showing from beyond the arc, to claim a 37-30 lead at the break .

In the second half the Redbirds cooled to 42.9 percent shooting but they also limited the Seawolves to 28.6 percent to pull away for the win.

Sonoma State lost despite a 20-14 advantage in points in the paint. Illinois State had a 30-9 edge from 3-point range.

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