SAN FRANCISCO (AP)—Perris Blackwell had 19 points and 13 rebounds Saturday night as San Francisco won its fourth straight game with a 66-36 victory over Menlo College.
Blackwell hit 6 of 12 shots and was 7 for 7 from the free-throw line. Nine of his rebounds came on the offensive end.
The Dons (9-3) outrebounded Menlo 48-32, including 19 offensive rebounds, and took advantage of 24 turnovers by the Oaks (2-11).
Tim Tatum scored 10 points to lead Menlo, an NAIA school.
The Oaks led for much of the first half before Rashad Green and Blackwell hit buckets in the final minute to tie it up 20-20 at the break. San Francisco scored 15 unanswered points to open the second half to pull away for good.
Neither team shot well, with San Francisco hitting 35 percent from the field to just 27.5 percent for Menlo.