CHENEY, Wash. (AP) -- Rodney Stuckey scored 26 points Tuesday night as Eastern Washington romped to a 106-65 non-conference win over Evergreen State College.
Leading 11-6, Eastern Washington got six points from Krayem and five from Stuckey as the Eagles built a 31-6 advantage.
Eastern shot 13 of 16 from the field to open the game, compared with Evergreen State's 2-of-16 start.
The Geoducks never got closer than 21 points the rest of the way.
For EWU, Marcus Hinton had 15 points, Kellen Williams scored 11 and Neal Zumwalt grabbed 10 rebounds. Stuckey, who scored 17 in the first half, led the Eagles in scoring for the 31st consecutive time.
Eastern Washington played without starters Paul Butorac, Derek Risper and Matt Penoncello, each suspended for one game for violating team rules, yet still posted the team's highest-scoring game since 1999.
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