, Luke Worthington
and Chase Fischer
paced BYU early in the second half, combining for 14 points as the Cougars stretched their lead to 74-28 seven minutes into the half. Worthington's efficiency continued, as he buried a left-handed hook from the middle of the lane to improve to 6 of 7 from the field.
With his field goal with 6:30 on the clock, senior forward Josh Sharp became the 10th player to score for BYU, as BYU led 81-34. A minute and a half later, Sharp electrified the crowd, throwing down an alley-oop from teammate Jake Toolson.
The Cougars broke the 90-point barrier when Toolson knocked down a 3-pointer from the corner—his
fourth three of the game. In the final minutes of the game, Jordan Ellis and Ryan Andrus scored for BYU, giving 12 Cougars points in the game. Toolson hit his fifth three with one second left in the contest, becoming the leading scorer for BYU and giving the Cougars a 101-48 win.
Seven BYU players—Toolson, Tyler Haws, Isaac Neilson, Worthington, Fischer, Frank Bartley IV and Dalton Nixon—scored in double digits. Bartley led the team with seven assists. Neilson and Toolson led with seven rebounds each.