Nov. 27, 1999
HONOLULU (AP) - Reserve guard Brett McFall took advantage of a teammate'sejection to score 20 points, hand out four assists and make four steals Fridaynight to lead Wyoming to an overpowering 110-65 victory over Hawaii
McFall was inserted into the lineup early in the first half after ChrisMcMillian was tossed out of the game for committing a flagrant foul. McFallcompleted his well-rounded night in only 22 minutes as coach Steve McClaincleared the bench with 10 minutes left in the second half.
The point output by the Cowboys (3-0) set a tournament record and McFall'sfive 3-pointers equalled the tournament mark.
Wyoming, which started the game with a 81.6 point scoring average, made 40of 80 field goals with six players in double figures. Following McFall wereJosh Davis, who had a game-high 12 rebounds, and Marcus Bailey with 15 apiece,Anthony Blakes 13 and Justin French and Andy Young, seeing his first actionthis season, 10 each.
For the Sea Warriors (1-2), Ryan Adle had 16 and Alvin Stephenson 15,including his team's first 11 points in the second half, to go with 10rebounds.
Wyoming raced off to a 64-40 halftime lead and runs of 14-2 by the startersand 15-2 by the reserves midway in the second half stretched the lead.
The Cowboys also dominated on defense, forcing 16 turnovers, 11 makingsteals and blocking 12 shots.