The No. 12/11 New Mexico Lobos had a record-breaking day from the field but allowed a record-tying…
Air Force blasts New Orleans, 90-48
Kamryn Williams had 10 points for the Falcons (11-6), who made 36 of 56 (64.3%) of their attempts from the floor, including 10 of 18 (55.6%) from 3-point range. Air Force reached 90 points for a second straight game.
Rarlensee Nelson had 12 points and Lovell Cook 11 for the Privateers (5-13), who trailed 43-30 at the break and hit just five field goals (in 21 tries) in the seconds half.
Air Force enjoyed a 35-20 rebounding advantage and outscored New Orleans 38-12 in the paint.
For the game, the Privateers shot 36.2% (17 of 47) from the floor.
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