PHILADELPHIA -- Semaj Inge scored 17 of his 19 points in the second half and Temple beat Richmond 74-65 Saturday night.
Dionte Christmas added 17 points and a career-high 13 rebounds for the Owls (12-8, 4-2 Atlantic 10), who placed five players in double-figures for the second time this season.
The teams played a dismal first half, combining to shoot 10-for-45 (22 percent) while committing 15 turnovers. Both set lows for points in a half this season, with the Owls leading 16-13 at the break.
Inge had nine points during a pivotal 20-6 run midway through the period that turned a 25-24 deficit into Temple's largest lead of the game, 44-31 with 7:58 left.
Gonzalvez kept Richmond within striking distance, scoring 27 of the Spiders? last 34 points. But Richmond never got closer than eight points.
The Owls shot 38-for-48 from the line, while Richmond went 16-for-19.
Temple had a season-high 58 points in the second half.
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