LARAMIE, Wyo. -- A.J. Walker tied his career high with 20 points as Air Force beat Wyoming 86-77 in the Mountain West Conference opener for both teams on Wednesday night.
After a moderately low-scoring first half in which Air Force led 38-29, both teams scored 48 points in the second half.
The teams combined to make 31 3-pointers overall. Air Force made 17 on 30 attempts and Wyoming went 14 for 31 from 3-point distance.
Both teams play at home on Saturday. Air Force faces Nevada and Wyoming takes on New Mexico.
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