NCAAB Game Recap - Brigham Young at San Diego
Thu Feb 14, 2019 10:00 PM EST

Gonz
73
LoyMa
60
F
Hou
71
UConn
63
F
Kent
82
W MI
63
F
StFPA
87
FaDi
62
F
E IL
79
SIU-E
65
F
Rice
65
FlInt
86
F
Tuls
80
Tul
57
F
Del
78
Tows
71
F(2OT)
NE
81
UNCW
77
F
GrCan
75
UMKC
87
F(OT)
Drex
69
JMU
71
F
IUPUI
73
YSU
75
F
VMI
84
Woff
95
F
CenCT
57
Wagn
63
F
LongI
76
StFNY
83
F
Ill
63
OhSt
56
F
N TX
47
FlAtl
57
F
IL-C
81
Clev
77
F
Hof
99
Charl
95
F
SacHr
105
Bry
104
F
Mercer
74
WCU
65
F
RobM
62
MtStM
76
F
Citad
83
ETSU
91
F
UNCG
57
Furm
67
F
TexAr
52
ArkLR
56
F
UTEP
57
LaTec
71
F
E KY
72
MorSt
78
F
Belm
77
TNSt
66
F
Seatt
44
TexPA
59
F
Oral
73
NDSt
85
F
SDSt
84
NebOm
85
F
Oakl
54
WIGB
66
F
TxSt
84
ArkSt
74
F
Detr
90
WIMil
84
F
MidTN
63
W Ky
71
F
TexSA
71
SoMis
78
F
UAB
77
Marsh
68
F
CSBak
75
ChiSt
62
F
Ariz
76
Utah
83
F
UtVal
77
NMSt
84
F
Mont
83
Web
80
F
IPFW
94
Denv
81
F
Murr
73
APSU
71
F
MTSt
84
IdaSt
76
F
SEMO
72
TN-M
81
F
JacSt
67
TNTec
57
F
UCSB
57
UCRiv
71
F
Pepp
77
USF
89
F
BYU
88
USD
82
F(OT)
N CO
75
Ida
47
F
NoAZ
94
PorSt
103
F
S UT
73
Sac
84
F
StMar
66
SCla
55
F
CAPoly
54
HI
75
F

Feb 14, 2019, 10:00 PM EST

Final (OT)

1

2

OT

T

Brigham Young (17-10)

30

45

13

88

San Diego (16-10)

39

36

7

82

Haws has career-high 35 to lead BYU over USD, 88-82 in OT
Fri Feb 15, 2019 1:10 AM

SAN DIEGO (AP) TJ Haws and the BYU Cougars weren't about to lose in overtime again.

Haws, a junior guard, scored eight of his career-high 35 points in overtime while Yoeli Childs had five of his 27 in the extra period to lead BYU to an 88-82 victory against San Diego on Thursday night, the fourth straight victory for the West Coast Conference's second-place team.

Haws and Childs, who also had 12 rebounds, were the only players to score in overtime for the Cougars (17-10, 9-3). BYU made up a 14-point deficit in the second half and had a 75-73 lead with 6.4 seconds left, but USD's Isaiah Wright drove down the floor for an easy layup with 1.7 seconds left to send it into overtime at 75-75.

After Wright made two free throws early in overtime, BYU took over behind Haws and Childs. Haws made a layup and Childs then had a slam dunk, made one of two free throws and then had a bank shot for an 82-77 lead with 2:36 left.

San Diego twice pulled within two points but Haws had a layup and then sealed it with four free throws in the final 27.4 seconds.

Haws' previous career-high was 34 against Pepperdine on Jan. 17.

With 1,358 career points, Haws passed his father, Marty (1,337) and took over 23rd place on the school's all-time scoring list. His brother, Tyler, tops the list with 2,720 points.

"That's great. It's fun to be on that list with my family," Haws said. "Ultimately it feels good because we got the win. It hurts when you don't win for sure, no matter what you do."

BYU lost its previous two overtime games this season.

"We've been in overtime a few times this year and I felt like that was great preparation for us," Haws said. "Really, we just said we're going to guard, guard, guard. After that first little bit at the start of the game, we really got after it defensively and that set the tone."

The Cougars also trailed by 14 just eight minutes into the game.

McKay Cannon added 10 points for BYU.

Isaiah Pineiro had 20 points and 12 rebounds for USD (16-10, 5-6), while Olin Carter III had 20 points and Yauhen Massalski 13.

"That was huge for us," Childs said. "Just the resolve we had was unbelievable. I think we've just improved so much. We looked at ourselves and said, `We've been here before.' We took two overtime losses in preseason and knew what we had to do to get it done. Guys stepped up and made big shots."

USD had its second 14-point lead of the game, 53-39, four minutes into the second half, before BYU went on a 20-7 run to close to 60-59. The Cougars got 3-pointers from Cannon and Zac Seljaas, and three free throws by Haws after he was fouled by Pineiro while taking a shot from behind the arc.

The Cougars tied it at 67 on Haws' 3-pointer with 6:26 to go and got their first lead of the game, 70-69, on Cannon's 3-pointer from the corner with 4:23 left.

USD was coming off a disappointing loss at Pepperdine in which they blew a three-point lead in the final seconds.

"They're all difficult. We've got to learn," coach Sam Scholl said.

Once the Toreros got up 14, "We got complacent," Scholl said. "We got stagnant on defense and they hit a couple of 3s and then we just didn't get to shooters."

BIG PICTURE

BYU: The Cougars are 13-5 against USD since joining the WCC in 2011-12.

San Diego: Carter made four 3-pointers in the first eight minutes to help the Toreros to a 24-10 lead.

UP NEXT

BYU is at Loyola Marymount on Saturday. The Cougars beat the Lions 67-49 in Provo on Feb. 2.

San Diego hosts No. 3 Gonzaga on Saturday night. The Zags beat the Toreros 85-69 in Spokane on Feb. 2.

Leaders

Brigham Young PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
G. Baxter 0 0 0 1 0 0
T. Haws 35 0 7 3 2 0
San Diego PTS +/- AST REB ST BLK
F. Sullivan 0 0 0 2 0 0
J. Calcaterra 0 0 0 0 0 0

Team Comparison

BYU USD
Points For 88 82
Field Goals 30/62-48% 26/50-52%
Three Pointers 11/21-52% 10/24-42%
Free Throws 17/26-65% 20/25-80%
Offensive Rebounds 5 4
Defensive Rebounds 24 30
Rebounds 32 35
Blocks 3 2
Steals 12 3
Turnovers 7 18
Personal Fouls 21 21
Technical Fouls 0 0
Ejections 0 0

2018-2019 Regular Season - BYU Leads Series 1-0

Date Result Away Pts Ldr Home Pts Ldr
Thu Feb 14 BYU 88 @ USD 82 C. Harding 2 I. Wright 8

Game Information

Stadium: Jenny Craig Pavilion, San Diego, California
Attendance: 1,851
Game Time: