PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) Bryce Canda scored 19 points with five 3-pointers to lead six players into double figures as Portland State clobbered NAIA Walla Walla 118-59 on Thursday night.
The Vikings (7-4) reached 100 points with nearly 11 minutes left in the game and their final score is the most by a Portland State team in a generation (133 v. Rocky Mountain, 1978). The Vikings combined to make 21 3-pointers - out of 39 attempts from long range - which also set a school record.
Deonte North added 18 points on four 3-pointers, Calaen Robinson 15 points and three treys, Khari Holloway 14 points and six assists, and Michael Mayhew 12 points.
Portland State shot 58 percent (45 of 77), and had 34 assists on the 45 makes.
The Vikings scored 39 points off 22 Walla Walla turnovers and built a 66-24 halftime lead. Portland State also made no turnovers in the first half.
Zayne Browning led the Wolves (1-11) with 10 points.