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Waves deal Gaels second conference loss

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Lamond Murray Jr., Amadi Udenyi and Jett Raines all scored 11 points and Pepperdine knocked off Saint Mary’s 67-62 on Saturday in Moraga, California.

Pepperdine (14-8, 7-4) sent the Gaels (17-5, 9-2) to just their second loss in the conference.

Emmett Naar made 1 of 2 from the line to bring Saint Mary’s within two with 48 seconds remaining, but Jeremy Major made a layup for Pepperdine, and Pepperdine walked off with the upset.

Stacy Davis had 10 points and 12 rebounds for Pepperdine.

Brad Waldow led the Gaels with 25 points and Naar finished with 14.

Loyola Marymount 76, Pacific 71: Evan Payne scored eight of his 23 points in the final 2:24 of overtime – including 6 of 6 from the foul line – as the Lions rallied past the Tigers in Stockton, California.

Marin Mornar also scored 23 points, had 11 rebounds and a pair of blocked shots for the Lions (7-16, 3-8). David Humphries scored 14 and Godwin Okonji 11.

T.J. Wallace pulled the Tigers (10-13, 2-9) to 74-71 with a 3-pointer at 9 seconds left in OT, finishing with 18 points. Alec Kobre added 17 points.

San Diego 77, San Francisco 69: Johnny Dee scored 20 points and the Toreros used a strong second-half finish to push past the Dons in San Diego.

San Diego (12-11, 5-6) closed the game out by going 10 for 10 from the free-throw line to preserve the victory.

Duda Sanadze scored 11 points for the Toreros.

Kruize Pinkins scored 23 points to lead the Dons (9-14, 3-8).

BYU 78, Santa Clara 57: Tyler Haws scored 21 points and the Cougars used a big second-half run to put away the Broncos in Provo, Utah.

Haws was just 6 of 15 from the floor, but was a perfect 7 for 7 from the free-throw line. Chase Fischer finished with 18 points, and Anson Winder and Skyler Halford each had 13 points for the Cougars (17-7, 6-4).

Jared Brownridge scored 16 points to lead Santa Clara (11-12, 5-6).

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