Long Beach State Vs. Boise State: T.J. Robinson Double-Double Leads 49ers To 72-62 Win

T.J. Robinson scored 18 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, leading the Long Beach St. 49ers to am 72-62 win over the Boise St. Broncos Tuesday night at Walter Pyramid in Long Beach. It was the third win in four games for Long Beach State, who beat the Broncos for the second straight season.

Robinson made eight of his nine field goal attempts to lead the 49ers, and had the second double-double of the season and 40th of his career. Long Beach State outrebounded Boise State 40-33 on the night.

Casper Ware, who led the squad averaging 24.7 points in the first three games of the year, was held to just five points Tuesday night on one-of-nine shooting. James Ennis scored 16 points for the 49ers, and Eugene Phelps chipped in with 11.

Anthony Dmric lead Boise State with 20 points, and made five of 12 three-point shots.

Long Beach State limited Boise State to 31.5% shooting (17 of 54), while shooting 49.1% (27 for 55) themselves. The next game for Long Beach State is Saturday when they travel to face the Montana Grizzlies at Dahlberg Arena in Missoula.

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