TULSA, Okla. -- James Bouknight had a season-high 22 points as UConn topped Tulsa 72-56 on Thursday night and knocked the Golden Hurricane out of first place in the American Athletic Conference.
The victory was the first for the Huskies at Tulsa, after losing five previous games there. Tulsa dropped to 11-2 at home and a half-game behind the new conference leaders, Cincinnati and Houston (both 8-2).
UConn made 10 of 22 shots from the 3-point arc while Tulsa was only 1 of 12.
The Huskies evened the season series against the Golden Hurricane with the win. Tulsa defeated UConn 79-75 on Jan. 26.
UConn plays Cincinnati at home on Sunday. Tulsa faces Central Florida on the road on Sunday.
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