Travis Greenwalt and Dan Trammel combined for 37 points on 15-of-19
shooting to help lead Montana to an 84-67 victory over the Hornets
Thursday night at Dahlberg Arena.
The Grizzlies (11-16 overall, 6-10 Big Sky) outscored Sacramento
State, 52-34, in the second period to pull away for the win.
In the second half, Montana was 20-for-29 from the floor (69.0
percent) and 7-for-14 (.500) from beyond the three-point line.
The Griz also did their part on the glass, outrebounding the Hornets, 84-67.
Neither team was able to score until Trammel made a free throw with
2:44 seconds into the game. The two sides then exchanged the lead
until Sacramento State was able to pull ahead by four points with
1:56 to play. Shane Christensen buried a three with nine seconds left
to make the score, 33-32, in favor of the Hornets at intermission.
Montana, however, opened the second period on an 18-5 run to build a
12-point lead and never trailed for the remainder of the contest.
Sacramento State was paced by Pablo Gonzales' 16 points. The senior
was 6-of-14 from the floor and made a pair of three-pointers. Arinze
Anoruo added 13 points on 5-of-8 shooting.
Greenwalt (21) and Trammel (16) were joined in double figures by
Jared Buckmaster (12) and Ryan Slider (10). Trammel completed the
double-double with 12 rebounds.
The Hornets will wrap-up their season on Saturday when they travel to
Pocatello, Idaho to take on Idaho State. The game will begin at 6
p.m. PST and will be broadcast on KTKZ 1380 AM and