PORTLAND, Ore -- Holland Woods scored 22 points and Portland State pulled away from Montana State for an 87-77 win on Thursday night.
Amin Adamu's layup with 10:12 left ended a 9-2 Montana State run that brought the Bobcats within 61-59. The Vikings (14-14, 8-8 Big Sky Conference) responded with a 15-4 run in just under five minutes to take control. Montana State (14-12, 8-7) led 39-36 at halftime. Sal Nuhu scored 12 points with 11 rebounds and Rashaad Goolsby scored 10. The Vikings had 10 players enter the scoring column.
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