Cal State Fullerton at Pacific men (halftime)

A late spurt by the Tigers has given them a 35-30 lead over the Titans.

Both teams began the game on fire from the field, but the shooting has cooled down since the first five minutes. Travis Fulton has nine points to lead Pacific, while junior center Khalil Kelley has eight points and four rebounds.

D.J. Seeley, a former Tokay and Modesto Christian High standout, has a game-high 13 points and has made all three of his attempts from beyond the arc. The Titans made their first five 3-point attempts, but are just 1 for 6 since.

Pacific outscored Cal State Fullerton 14-6 over the final six minutes to get the lead with Fulton and Kelley providing the scoring on dunks and layups down low.

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