Men's Basketball

Six Cowboys Score in Double Figures in Win Against Johnson & Wales

Wyoming guard Brandon Ewing goes up for a lay-up against Johnson and Wales. <i>(AP Photo)</i>

Wyoming guard Brandon Ewing goes up for a lay-up against Johnson and Wales. (AP Photo)

Nov. 22, 2008

Complete Game Statistics in PDF Format Get Acrobat Reader
Wyoming Postgame Notes/Quotes in PDF Format Get Acrobat Reader
Wyoming Season Statistics in PDF Format Get Acrobat Reader

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - Brandon Ewing was one of six Cowboys to score in double figures as Wyoming routed Johnson & Wales 105-64 on Saturday night.

The Cowboys (3-0) never trailed and were never threatened by Johnson & Wales (1-4). Wyoming scored the game's first 11 points and led 26-8 just seven minutes into the contest, before leading 55-29 at halftime.

Ewing paced Wyoming (3-0) with 20 points and seven assists.

Sean Ogirri added 18 points, followed by Tyson Johnson with 16, Afam Muojeke and A.J. Davis with 14 points each and Mikhail Linskens with 12 points and 12 rebounds. All nine Cowboys who played got in the scoring column.

Wyoming shot 56 percent from the field (39-of-70), while the Wildcats shot just 29 percent (20-of-69). Johnson & Wales was paced by Sasha Pate with 14 points, followed by Andrew Baker with 13 and Ethan Evenson with 11.

 

 

Shop Now!