Cal State Fullerton drops Big West opener at Hawaii

HONOLULU– Khalil Ahmad had 24 factors to lead four Cal State Fullerton gamers in double figures, but the Titans were outplayed after halftime, losing to Hawaii 79-68 in their Huge West Meeting opener on Wednesday evening at the Stan Constable Facility.

Sheriff Drammeh tied his career high with a season-high 23 factors as well as Eddie Stansberry added 16 factors for Hawaii (10-5, 1-0 Large West), which won its fourth successive game. Jack Acquisition included 14 factors and also 11 rebounds and also Brocke Stepteau had 10 points.

Fullerton (4-11, 0-1) led 34-31 at halftime, however the Rainbow Warriors outscored the Titans 48-34 after the intermission.

Kyle Allman Jr. added 14 factors for Fullerton, which dropped to 1-10 when traveling this season. Austen Awosika had 12 factors and 8 rebounds and Jackson Rowe had 10 factors as well as eight rebounds for the Titans.

Fullerton returns house to encounter Big West favorite UC Irvine (12-4, 0-0) on Saturday at 6 p.m. at Titan Gym.

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