SANTA BARBARA, Calif. -- Amadou Sow had double-double that included a career-high 27 points as UC Santa Barbara got past NAIA-opponent Menlo 88-69 on Saturday.
The Oaks scored the game's first seven points before a jumper by Cyrus tied it for the Gauchos and another Cyrus jumper put them ahead for the first time, 15-13. The Gauchos led 44-33 at the half and a 9-0 run in the middle of the second half put them in command at 66-48.
UC Santa Barbara plays Portland State at home on Wednesday.
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