SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Omari Moore scored 14 points as San Jose State beat Georgia Southern 63-48 on Tuesday night.
Moore also contributed nine rebounds and three blocks for the Spartans (1-0). Alvaro Cardenas Torre scored 14 points while going 6 of 10 (2 for 5 from distance). Ibrahima Diallo shot 4 of 6 from the field and 1 for 4 from the line to finish with nine points.
Andrei Savrasov led the Eagles (0-1) in scoring, finishing with 14 points, six rebounds and three steals. Tai Strickland added 11 points for Georgia Southern. Jalen Finch also had 10 points.
San Jose State entered halftime up 31-22. Cardenas Torre paced the team in scoring in the first half with eight points. San Jose State outscored Georgia Southern in the second half by six points, with Moore scoring a team-high eight points in the final half.
San Jose State’s next game is Saturday against Bethesda (CA) at home, and Georgia Southern visits Santa Clara on Thursday.
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