A dominant second half kept the Rams perfect at home this season.
The Colorado State Rams remained perfect at home with a 78-58 win over the Cal State Bakersfield Roadrunners on Wednesday night at Moby Arena as part of the Las Vegas Classic.
The Rams buried the Roadrunners with a big second half, outscoring Cal State Bakersfield, 44-23, in the second frame. Wes Eikmeier scored 17 points as Colorado State enjoyed a balanced attack from its starters, each of whom scored in double digits to secure the victory.
Dorian Green added 11 points for the Rams, who shot 50% from the field as a team, and combined with Eikmeier for 11 assists on the night. Greg Smith scored 14 points, while Colton Iverson pitched in 12 to help Colorado State improve to 8-2 on the season.
Tyrone White led Cal State Bakersfield with 18 points in the loss, moving the independent Roadrunners to a 4-8 record. The Roadrunners shot 37% from the field.
The action of the Las Vegas Classic now moves to the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas. On Saturday, Colorado State will play the Portland Pilots and Cal State Bakersfield takes on the North Florida Ospreys.