Washington State 84, Radford 67

MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Derrick Low scored 14 points and Kyle Weaver
added 12 to lead Washington State to a 84-67 victory over Radford
in the John Thompson Foundation Classic.

Ivory Clark finished with 11 points and nine rebounds for the
Cougars Sunday, who shot 60 percent (33 of 55) from the field and
improved to 3-0 under new coach Tony Bennett, who replaced his
father Dick when he retired.

The Cougars, who finished last season on a seven-game losing
streak, beat UAB, host Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Radford by an
average of 16 points in the three-day classic. Radford (0-3) lost
to Washington State, Birmingham and Milwaukee by an average of 14

The Highlanders, playing a Pac-10 Conference team for the first
time, got 16 points each from Martell McDuffy and Amir Johnson,
while Chris Oliver added 15 points and five rebounds.

Washington State broke away from a 14-14 tie by going on an 18-3
run to lead 32-17 on a basket by Weaver. The run included
consecutive 3-pointers by Chris Matthews and Taylor Rochestie that
made it 23-14.

The Cougars led 38-25 at the half and were never challenged the
rest of the way.

Washington State's Daven Harmeling injured his right ankle with
4:06 to play and did not return. He had two points in eight