FRESNO, Calif. -- Tyler Johnson had 25 points and eight rebounds Sunday and Fresno State beat Sonoma State 89-64 to snap a four-game losing streak.
Marvelle Harris added 20 points for the Bulldogs (6-7), who never trailed against the Division II Seawolves. Johnson was 9 of 12 and Harris made 7 of 9 from the field for Fresno State, which shot 55 percent as a team. Kevin Olekaibe scored 15 points for the winners.
Fresno State led 43-35 at halftime, but turned the game into a rout by shooting 57 percent in the second half. The final margin of 25 points was the Bulldogs' largest of the game.
Fresno State opens Mountain West play Jan. 9 at home against No. 17 San Diego State.
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